The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Keep and Bear
The fight for the Second Amendment has always been a difficult one in the northeast, as liberals on the Atlantic seaboard tend to look to New York City for their imbecilic inspiration.
This means that the good people of states such as New Jersey are constantly getting the shaft from local lawmakers when it comes to exercising their right to bear arms as intended by the Founding Fathers and the Constitution.
As such, republican legislators in the Garden State has repeatedly turned to a number of reliable allies in their fight for representation on the subject, including soliciting help from the formidable folks at The National Rifle Association and a particularly dedicated local man from the town of Wall.
“Thomas R. Rogers, described as a Wall businessman who services ATM machines in high-crime areas, and the Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs Inc. filed apost was originally published on this site