Liberty First Foundation

New Year…New Website

Here we are in 2022. A new Year. 2021 was a hard year for most of us. With COVID and the rising cost of living many of us are frustrated and concerned. I know that the Liberty First Foundation wasn’t heard from much in 2021. But all of that is about to change. As the title states and if you are reading this you have already noticed that in the new year we have launched a new website.

Battle of Concord

The Battle of Lexington Concord and Our Fight for Our Fundamental Right To Bear Arms

Alerted by a party of dispatch riders sent to warn the town (the most famous of which was Paul Revere) 77 militia members met the British forces on the town green at Lexington.  After being ordered to surrender their arms in face of far superior numbers, the militia began to disperse. Just then, a single shot was heard, prompting an active engagement. During the fight, eight militia members were killed, and another 9 wounded. Only one British soldier was wounded.

New York SAFE Act non-compliance

Opposition Through Resolution

The New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act of 2013 more commonly known as the NY SAFE Act was signed into law under the “message of necessity” clause of the New York State Constitution on January 15, 2013.