Americans for Restoring the Constitution

Anti-Extreme Risk Protection Orders

Red Flag legislation: A comprehensive review for NY and nation – part 1

The first in a series of articles – all part of a presentation on Red Flag or ERPO or Extreme Risk Protection Orders pending in New York State or active in other States. Sources used for this series of Articles can be found in the final part of the series. News media are encouraged to use this as a guide on this legislative issue. This includes the introduction and themes of the speech/presentation.

2nd Amendment

A history of gun presented by Frank Johnson to AFRTC in Vestal NY

As the facts, definitions, and context surrounding and directly involved with the Second Amendment is warped by social media and partisan politics, the Americans for Restoring the Constitution (AFRTC) invited firearm instructor Frank Johnson to present a detailed and at times personal clarity to the background essential to the subject.

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Commentary on the 2012 Vestal Candidate Forum sponsored by Americans for Restoring the Constitution

The emphasis on voters connecting to candidates should never be overlooked. It was a chance to evaluate the incumbent and challenger. Joe Average has a chance to learn about the candidates and make a more informed decision on who will hold office. Which we feel is the only way to attain a collection of politicians that can effectively and realistically make changes to the benefit of the populace, from the local to national level.

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Michael Morosi, speaking for NY 22nd Congressional candidate Dan Lamb, at Vestal Candidate Forum

Michael Morosi, campaign manager for candidate Dan Lamb seeking the 22nd Congressional District seat, appeared at the 2012 Vestal Candidate Forum. Dan Lamb spoke at the 2010 Vestal Forum, representing Rep. Maurice Hinchey. Some of the topics that were covered: Congressional stalemate; Dan Lamb; Middle East; Obamacare/Healthcare; Obama Stimulus; Rep. Maurice Hinchey; Social Security; Unemployment; Veterans.

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