While reporting a lost or stolen firearm may seem like the responsible or prudent action to take, given the current policies of several issuing authorities - including Philadelphia Police Commissioner Outlaw and Chester County Sheriff Maddox - reporting that you were the victim of crime will result in your license to carry firearms ("LTCF") being … Continue reading Why NOT To Report A Lost Or Stolen Firearm In Pennsylvania – Your Rights In the Crosshairs
Today, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince in another, in a series, of firearm and ammunition preemption challenges, secured a monumental decision from the Commonwealth Court in Armstrong v. City of Philadelphia, 1204 C.D. 2020, involving the City of Philadelphia's lost and stolen firearm ordinance, where the Court overturned the trial court's denial of a permanent injunction … Continue reading Commonwealth Court Rules Philadelphia’s Lost/Stolen Firearm Ordinance Unlawful and It’s Prosecution Under It, “bad faith and Harassment”
It’s the oldest trick in the book: Now you see it, now you don’t. This illusion is fine on a Las Vegas stage, but on an online retailer’s website, making negative reviews disappear is hardly magical. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) calls it review suppression – and companies engaging in this practice will be held accountable … Continue reading Abracadabra: Bad reviews be gone?
In case you've not been following recent occurrences surrounding Diversified Machine, here is what we know. In late 2020 and early 2021, ATF raided Diversified Machine, a company selling solvent traps and other items commonly used to manufacture Form 1 silencers, and seized their website. The week after Christmas 2021, ATF mailed this single-page Warning … Continue reading Purchased From Diversified Machine and Received a Warning Notice?
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PaPUC) announced the assignment of 835 as a new area code which will eventually serve the same geographic area in southeastern Pennsylvania currently served by the 610 and 484 area codes. The Commission voted 3-0 on December 2, 2021, to approve a petition filed by the North American Numbering Plan Administrator … Continue reading New ‘835’ Area Code Assigned to Parts of Southeast PA
Gift cards may be at the top of your holiday gift giving list. But there’s another list that gift cards top, and it’s decidedly less festive. According to the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC’s) latest Consumer Protection Data Spotlight, reports received in the Consumer Sentinel database reveal that gift cards are the #1 payment method of choice for scammers, leading to … Continue reading Gift cards are for gifts, not payments
We're currently hiring competent, pro-rights attorneys, licensed in Pennsylvania, to handle civil matters involving all constitutional rights and protections, including litigation involving COVID (masks, vaccines, unconstitutional orders, and challenges to rulemaking) and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. If you are licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and have a minimum of three years … Continue reading We’re Hiring Competent, Pro-Rights Attorneys!
The Court ultimately found that the Masking Order was void ab initio, meaning it was void from the start and had no legal effect.
As our readers know, the November 2nd election is only a little more than a week away and with the polls supporting all four of the Pennsylvania Appellate Judicial Candidates that I have endorsed, the Democrats are pouring millions of dollars into their candidates' campaigns in an attempt to, in essence, buy votes for their … Continue reading Our Friend – Judicial Candidate Stacy Wallace – Needs Our Help
Today, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince, assisted by Attorney Dillon Harris, secured a monumental decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, affirming the decision of Judge Kevin Brobson of the Commonwealth Court (and candidate for Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court), in the matter of Firearm Owners Against Crime, et al. v. City of Harrisburg, et al, … Continue reading MONUMENTAL Decision by the PA Supreme Court on Pennsylvania’s Firearm Preemption Statute