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New York Sons of Liberty

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Latest Activity: Apr 16

Sons Of Liberty is a NON-violent, law abiding gathering of like minded Patriots. We stand united AGAINST ANY acts of violence or illegal activity The Sons of Liberty Riders does not endorse or tolerate radical, extreme, violent or racial postings. There are sites on the Internet where these beliefs are welcome; this is not one of them.


New York State Leadership:
President: Chris McLouth - seamouth@rochester.rr.com - 585-406-0622
Vice-President:
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Secretary:

State Special Reps:

Oathkeepers: Bill Cooper - billcooper@rcn.com


County Leadership

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District 5

District 6: David Carsno - dcarsno@nycap.rr.com 

District 7

District 8: Ron Gallipeau - Sugarhill66@live.com

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District 10: Orrie Froloff - Orrie461@AOL.com

District 11: Torch - torch1369@gmail.com

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District 16

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Discussion Forum

Connecticut Rally 1 Reply

Started by Chris McLouth NY-President. Last reply by Dave Holden Apr 3.

Back Patches 2 Replies

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Americade 12 Replies

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Will you join us?

Started by Armand Marianetti Jul 2, 2013.

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Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on April 16, 2014 at 5:38pm

Keep spreading the word boys!!!  The fight is never over. That thinking is how we ended up in this mess in the first place.  We can never quit!

Comment by Dave Goslyn on April 15, 2014 at 8:10pm

To celebrate NONcompliance Day, I wore my WE WILL NOT COMPLY rally t-shirt to work today. Got a lot of good comments and thumbs up from the traveling public and coworkers. A few who were not amused looked disgusted. I say joke 'em if they can't take a f...

Comment by minute-man on April 15, 2014 at 2:46pm

though none of the links you provided have a publication date

Chris, they still remain to inspire and inform us all.


I found two different accounts of Ct. compliance in them :

one was; "Just 50,000 of the estimated 372,000 so-called “assault weapons” in the state were registered by the deadline, or less than 15 percent..."

And the other: "..In other words, only about 3.7% of the “scary weaponry” within Connecticut has been registered with the government… meaning that 96.3% of innocent gun owners were considered felons overnight. (Of course, this did not phase them as they are continuing to ignore the so-called law. "

Either way, "we win"    -eh?       LoL

I love it when a plan comes together.

Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on April 15, 2014 at 10:31am
Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on April 15, 2014 at 10:31am
Many are wondering why compliance with the law is so low.  But we gun owners, Second Amendment supporters, and students of history know that registration is often the first step toward confiscation and a disarmed citizenry.
So what are hand-wringing liberal politicians and their media lapdogs to do?
The government of Connecticut can’t threaten the citizenry with criminal charges. They’ve already willingly decided to become felons en masse. The government can’t threaten the citizenry with force. They’re both grossly outnumbered and outgunned. The government can’t offer an amnesty. It would only reinforce how little power the government has over a rebellious citizenry.
The only realistic option is for the government of Connecticut to pretend that their assault weapon ban never existed. To admit it exists, and that they can do nothing to enforce it, would reveal that the emperor and his court have no clothes.
New York’s Governor Cuomo and his Democrat lackeys would be wise to remain silent in the face of open rebellion as well.  The original intent of the Second Amendment was for the citizens to remain armed as a protection against tyrants that wished to oppress and take away the rights of the individual people.  That can’t happen when a citizenry is well-armed and prepared to defend it’s rights.
Now more than ever, Americans must stand together and resist the progressive liberal and socialist agenda of disarming the citizenry.  That will only end in an enslaved population subject to the tyrannical whims of a nanny-state big government that thinks that it knows what is best for each individual.
Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on April 15, 2014 at 10:28am
This lack of responsiveness by Connecticut gun owners has left politicians and the media wondering what to do.
The newspaper [Hartford Courant] released an unsigned editorial on Valentine’s Day titled “State Can’t Let Gun Scofflaws Off Hook,” and argued that the state should use the background check database to hunt down non-compliant owners, presumably targeting them for police raids and arrests.
We can only assume that the Courant’s newsroom staff skipped American history in school, or they would know what happened the last time a group of government forces attempted a series of dramatic gun control raids in a neighboring state. As I recall, that day, April 19, 1775, went rather poorly for the British Regulars under Lt. Col. Smith.
It is unwise and unlikely that Governor Malloy will send Connecticut State Troopers on SWAT-style raids to confiscate guns, as they are heavily outnumbered and outgunned.
The same situation is occurring in neighboring New York state, but to a much larger degree.
While Connecticut is thought to have something less than 400,000 firearms classified as “assault weapons” under their law, New York is thought to have as many as 1 million firearms meeting New York’s revised criteria.
[Governor] Cuomo faces an even bigger registration problem in New York than Malloy did in Connecticut because many of New York’s sheriffs are in near open revolt against the SAFE Act, and have stated publicly that they will not enforce it. While they have been less publicly vocal, New York State Troopers have quietly indicated that they, too, will do as little as possible to enforce the law.
New York Assemblyman Bill Nojay, a Republican from suburban Rochester, summed up Cuomo’s problem succinctly. “If you don’t have the troopers and you don’t have the sheriffs, who have you got? You’ve gotAndrew Cuomo pounding on the table in Albany.”
Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on April 15, 2014 at 10:27am

This is coming in three parts so you get it all.

Gun Control is Collapsing in America as Patriots Refuse to Obey

Despite the media and President Obama pushing an anti-gun agendasupport for gun control is falling, evidenced by polls and the waning influence of Mayor Bloomberg’s anti-gun group, as well as open rebellion against gun registration in two states.
About 90% of New York gun owners have refused to register their “assault weapons” ahead of the April 15 deadline, some going so far as to burn their registration forms in protest, and hundreds of thousands of Connecticut gun ownershave failed to register as well.
It is at a time like this that gun owners and supporters of the Second Amendment must rally around the defiant ones in Connecticut and New York, providing them support as they stand up for their right to keep and bear arms.
It was recently asked in an op-ed for Townhall, what happens when a liberal government passes a gun control law and nobody obeys it?  It points to the civil disobedience on display in Connecticut and New York as prime examples.
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy, who recently mocked gun owners by saying “your side lost”, signed tough gun registration regulations into law, that took effect on Dec. 31, 2013.
The Malloy regime expected Connecticut residents to register somewhere between 372,000-400,000 firearms, and roughly 2 million firearm magazines that held more than 10 rounds before January 1.
Just 50,000 of the estimated 372,000 so-called “assault weapons” in the state were registered by the deadline, or less than 15 percent. That’s still far better than the anemic 38,000 “high capacity” magazines that were reported to authorities, out of 2 million.
Comment by minute-man on April 14, 2014 at 7:21pm

WEDNESDAY MEETING NOTICE:

 

Chemung County SCOPE Organizational Meeting

April 16, 2014 7:00 pm

Catholic War Veterans Organization

100 McCauley Ave, Elmira Heights, NY

 

Agenda: Presentation by: SCOPE President Stephen Aldstadt

Question and Answer Session

 

Question and Answer Session

 

Vote for officers – Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and 3 Executive Board Meeting of New Board to decide meeting location, next steps, etc.

 

Questions? - Contact Toni Dragotta

We encourage all to attend.

 

Directions: I-86 to Horseheads Exit –

then South on Grand Central Avenue

then Left on E. McCanns Blvd.

then Left on McCauley Ave.

 

NOTE: You do not need to be a current member of SCOPE to attend this meeting. You must join SCOPE at this meeting in order to have a voice and vote for election of officers. Come be a part of the Solution – Get out the Vote and VOTE! www.scopeny.org - Shooter’s Committee on Political Education

Though from Chenango County, I am attending

http://www.meetup.com/Oath-Keepers-Southern-Tier-NY/events/159440612/

Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on April 14, 2014 at 6:56pm

Meeting in 5 minutes

Comment by Chris McLouth NY-President on April 13, 2014 at 2:41pm

Thanks Anthony, keep us posted.

 

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