Good news. Be sure to call Journal News advertisers, especially the car dealers and tell them to pull their advertising or face a boycott.
posted on 01/01/2013 5:45:21 PM PST
Some Advertisers to contact:
Gary Goldberg Financial Services
posted on 01/01/2013 5:51:10 PM PST
Finally, a responsible County Clerk.
posted on 01/01/2013 5:55:43 PM PST
by Navy Patriot
(Join the Democrats, it's not Fascism when WE do it, and the Constitution and law mean what WE say.)
....for the sole purpose of selling newspapers."
WELL SAID Putnam County Clerk Dennis Sant, finally common sense
posted on 01/01/2013 5:57:37 PM PST
(USAF.68-73..8th TFW Ubon Thailand..never store a threat you should have eliminated))
how about a site for ‘gun-free homes’?
make the libs put their safety where their ideology is
posted on 01/01/2013 5:58:55 PM PST
(fighting tyranny never goes out of style)
Dennis is a good guy fighting the good fight. He would not release the records a few years ago when this sh** bag paper wanted to do the same.
posted on 01/01/2013 6:04:21 PM PST
by headstamp 2
(What would Scooby do?)
I grew up in Putnam County long, long ago. Today I’d venture close to half its population has permits. Many retired NYPD.
posted on 01/01/2013 6:21:57 PM PST
Boycott Journal national advertisers and cancel ANY subscription to ALL liberal elite publications. Tell them why you’re cancelling...
That’s how we fight back.
posted on 01/01/2013 6:30:19 PM PST
(It's not possible to be a Progressive and not be a hypocrite. Freeper TigersEye.)
I would like to see the Second Amendment Foundation represent some of the gun owners and take this matter to court. Gun owners who choose to carry a concealed firearm and who choose to submit to state regulations of the right, should not have to submit to this unnecessary invasion of privacy.
Imagine if the state somehow managed to justify having church-goers register with the state. Would that justification automatically justify making the records public? I don't think so.
Here in Kalifornia the records of concealed carry holders were being kept secret and this facilitated the abuse of the system by allowing sheriffs to grant permits to their donors and deny others.
Since keeping the records secret encourages corruption and keeping the records open invades privacy, it really shouldn't take the courts very long to decide that keeping the records at all is an infringement of the right.
posted on 01/01/2013 8:19:49 PM PST
(AMERICAN MEDIA= DOMESTIC ENEMY)
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