Governor Phil Murphy is back at it, unfortunately.
While surrounding himself with armed guards and astroturf activists, Murphy once again jumped on the opportunity to grandstand, demonize, and undermine the Second Amendment in the name of “public safety.” And of course the spectacle began with the classic “We support the Second Amendment, but…”
Since New Jersey Democrats are essentially running out of ideas for new gun laws that turn law-abiding citizens into incarcerated criminals, they have introduced a new scheme to undermine the Second Amendment - taxpayer-funded research “with a mission to provide the scientific evidence on which sound firearms violence prevention policies and programs can be based.” Senator Troy Singleton's Bill S63 will be heard in committee tomorrow, Thursday, February 08, 2018 - 10:30 AM (Meeting - Committee Room 10, 3rd Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ). You can read the Bill by clicking here.Read more
Become part of Second Amendment history in New Jersey by joining NJ2AS for the Union Hill Gun Club grand opening! The grand opening is Saturday, February 3, 2018, at 10:00am!Read more
It's that time of the year where we at NJ2AS are inundated with questions from our membership and supporters on who we should vote for in this year's NRA Board of Directors election. Below are our recommendations of proven leaders:Read more
Late this afternoon, January 12, 2018, Gov. Chris Christie personally made the call to Ryan Watson, Esq. that his client, Meg Fellenbaum, received a pardon.Read more
If gun owners were wondering who our real friends in the New Jersey Legislature are, it’s clear we can always count on state Senator Steven Oroho (R-24) and Assemblyman Parker Space (R-24) for leadership! Surprisingly -- just kidding we are not really surprised -- not one single democrat responded to our request for comment or support for Meg. Ironic coming from those who claim to be champions for women and the LGBTQ community.Read more
Please watch our mini-documentary chronicling Meg’s journey to Trenton to seek a pardon from Governor Christie.Read more
A day after launching our campaign to save Meg Fellenbaum from a prison sentence for having her legally owned firearms locked in her trunk, Governor Christie's office has responded and requested a meeting with Meg to review her pardon application. All thanks to your calls and letters! We have been communicating with Governor Christie's office as well and we are optimistic.
NJ2AS President Alexander Roubian explains advocacy on your behalf and how you can get involved.Read more