Constituent letter to Rep. Anthony Brindisi on concerns of the cumpulsion required by the Green New Deal in violation of Constitution and individual freedoms.
A response to State Senator Kevin Parker defense of Social Media Password Bill. Expanding on the flaws of the Bill, danger to public, and State Senator Akshar’s thoughts. Because this Bill had the luck of having a click-bait friendly title to draw interest. The next abuse of power won’t.
Government would never abuse its power like that, you say. Corruption like that could never happen, not in New York State, you say. Read the State Senate Bill and try to say that again.
Imagine the Government, reading every email, text, and internet search you make. All to prove you are unworthy of Rights the Government can’t grant or create. A web that includes everyone you know. Now realize that this is exactly what is planned for 2019.
Defend our freedom. Tell your State Senator – “I do NOT support any of these Extreme Risk Protection Order or “Red Flag” Bills, and advise you to vote NEA in representing my voice and vote in the NY State Senate. I will be reviewing the votes for each Bill, and will hold you accountable in the next election based on how you represent your constituents.”
Imagine that across the State, without Due Process, part-time temporary kickball coaches, or school nurses, or school administrators were to call for removal of firearms from homes, especially minority homes according to GAO. Based on a Facebook post or text. Resulting in the children of those homes being removed by CPS. Imagine that happens at a rate 23% higher with minority children than any other group of children. This is what Gov. Andrew Cuomo is trying to have enacted via Red Flag law in New York State.
Transcript of the third segment of the June 6, 2018 podcast at NO Soundbites Allowed. This segment addressed the push for Red Flag (or ERPO) laws in NYS and Gov. Cuomo’s conscription of teachers as enforcers of such anti-2nd Amendment policy.
Please contact your New York State Senator and tell them to vote NO on S7133A. Protect your Rights by using your voice.
Serious yet simple questions, with direct answers. You may agree, or not. Let’s start the discussion
One podcast covering current events on 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, 4th Amendment, and 10th Amendment. So much is happening, and not in the headlines.