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CNBNEWS.NET Hunting and Fishing: IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM NJ BEACH BUGGY ASSN

An important message from the President of the New Jersey Beach Buggy Assn. (NJOA CF Council Member) regarding public access to New Jersey beaches. The NJOA CF supports public access:

"I need every one and their family's to write letters to the New Jersey DEP. By June 3th 2011 opposing doing away the Public Land Trust Doc. and given control of access to the beaches to local municipalize if you care about access to beaches please send a letter. If you live out of State please write, it concerns all of us that use New Jersey's beaches tell them you come to New Jersey for the beaches and recreation."
Thank You, 
Paul Harris
N.J.B.B.A. ----President
Get Involved! Stay Involved!
Send Letter to:
Gary Brower, Esq
N.J. DEP OFFICE of Legal Affairs
401 E. State St, 4th Floor, P.O. Box 402
Trenton, N J
08625
ATTN: DEP Docket No. 05-11-03

To read more regarding this important issue click on the link that follows:

 

NRA-ILA GRASSROOTS ALERT
Vol. 18, No. 21      05/27/11

Gun Ownership Skyrockets, While Violent Crime Drops…Again 

 



 

This week, the FBI estimated that the number of violent crimes decreased 5.5 percent from 2009 to 2010, including a 4.4 percent decrease in the number of murders.  Because the U.S. population increased during the period, the figures imply that the total violent crime per capita rate and the murder rate decreased more than six percent and five percent, respectively.  Based upon the preliminary data, it appears that violent crime fell to a 37-year low and murder fell to a 47-year low.  The FBI will report final figures for 2010 later this year.

We’re repeating ourselves, but, as has been the case for quite a while, the decrease in crime coincided with an increase in the number of privately owned guns—particularly handguns and detachable magazine semi-automatic rifles.  For example, Americans bought over 400,000 AR-15s in 2009, and trends in AR-15 sales over the last few years suggest a similar number for 2010.

Those who have followed the gun control issue for a few years probably have noticed that with crime declining and gun numbers rising year after year, gun control groups have all but abandoned their previously perennial claims that more guns equal more crime. Even their friends in the news media don’t believe it anymore.  The Violence Policy Center and, breaking with past habit, the Brady Campaign didn’t even try to claim that the decrease in crime in 2010 was attributable to gun control. 

FBI OVERBOARD ON SUSPICIOUS CUSTOMER WARNING?:  Since the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is responsible for enforcing federal gun laws, dealers and other federal firearm licensees typically contact that agency (or state or local police) when they encounter suspicious customers. So, it raised eyebrows when the FBI began circulating flyers in gun shops and ranges, encouraging owners of those businesses to report suspicious customers to “your local Joint Terrorism Task Force” instead.  The flyers first appeared in Connecticut, with a revised version appearing more recently in Utah.


 

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