From Kevin Baker:
...James Kaleda explains that the proposed NJ Gun Bills will not save any lives but will endanger them. He is ejected by Committee Chair Senator Norcross...
Do you understand yet?
" Before the smoke had cleared after the terror attacks during the Boston Marathon last month, New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg employed Obama’s favorite axiom of never letting a good crisis go to waste by immediately proposing major changes to federal laws pertaining to loose gun powder and explosives.
Founding Father John Hart
Mat 7, 2013
May 11th marks over 230 years since the death of John Hart, signer of the Declaration from New Jersey and one of the many noted Christians among the Founding Fathers. (WallBuilders recently posted some of our legal documents signed by John Hart. Significantly, many colonial oaths were not merely taken on the Bible, but specifically on "the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God" -- that is on the Bible, including specifically its Christian part.
In the above vido we hear remarks by several NJ State Senators talking about guns after a session had ended.
We can assume they didn’t know the mic was still recording.
The discussion is as follows:
“We needed a bill that was going to confiscate, confiscate, confiscate.”
“They [gun owners] want to keep the guns out of the hands of the bad guys, but they don’t have any regulations to do it.”
“They don’t care about the bad guys. All they want to do is have their little guns and do whatever they want with them.”
“That’s the line they’ve developed.”
According to CNJPolitics.com, The discussion appears to be among Senator Loretta Weinberg (D37), Senator Sandra Cunningham (D31), Senator Linda Greenstein (D14), and at least one member of Senate Democratic staff.
Yep, don’t worry no one is talking about gun confiscation. Well, except those people. And all of these people.
When a train derailed in Paulsboro late last year spilling a toxic chemical, residents of the town as well as neighboring Greenwich Township, were ordered to “Shelter in Place,” but many local residents were left unsure of what exactly that meant and what they were supposed to do.
In an attempt to educate the two towns’ residents in case of any future instances, there will be…
NEWARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) -- One man was killed and another was injured Friday night on a street in Newark.
It was not clear Saturday afternoon what sparked the shooting around 10 p.m. Friday on Bloomfield Avenue, prosecutors said.
Following the shooting, says both men were taken to an unspecified area hospital, where 25-year-old Felix Hernandez of Newark was pronounced dead a short time later, according to Anthony Ambrose, chief of detectives for the Essex County Prosecutor's Office.
" March 1st was just another day when I put my 10 year old, fourth grade son John on the bus and sent him off to school. Or so I thought. On the contrary, today was the day that my life as a gun owner was about to change, dramatically and rapidly.
Sometime during the day, my son allegedly spoke with a few of his classmates.