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New York S2994 NIB : Annual Registration of All Firearms (with Fee)

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Lynn Swearingen (c) copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

It never ceases to amaze me how Legislators just don’t seem to get the concept of reality. Especially an individual who as a former Police Officer should know the Constitutional Rights of every American. That is their job.

Somewhere between Brooklyn and the Beltway, Senator Eric Adams lost sight of not only the Constitutional Right of Citizens to own Firearms, but he also seemed to have misplaced his study of The Declaration Of Independence. If he had retained this knowledge, there could be no way he would have introduced S2994 . Contained within the entire 734 words of this proposed legislation is the condemnation of every legal gun owner who resides in New York State.

Provides for the registration of firearms by the owner thereof at the county clerks office of the county where the owner resides, except in New York City

1. EVERY OWNER OF A FIREARM SHALL PRESENT BY MAIL OR OTHERWISE TO THE
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Victory Gardens Produce Abundance

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by Cassandra Anderson
February 17, 2011

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Food is a market that will always exist.  Many people are turning away from industrial farmed food, seeking healthier choices and getting back to the basics.

Victory gardens in America produced up to 40% of all vegetables consumed during World War II. Over 20 million home gardens, apartment rooftop plants and community plots produced 9-10 million tons of produce; equal to the amount of commercial production at that time. The population during the war years increased from approximately 132 million people in 1940 to 140 million in 1945. Current US population is approaching 311 million people.

A family in Pasadena, California is making a living from selling produce grown in their yard to neighbors and restaurants. They grow 6,000 pounds of produce on 1/10th of an acre of cultivated land per year.

While organic food accounts for only 1%- 2% of all food sales worldwide, the organic market expands up to 20% per year. We believe that the organic market is small right now because of lack of education about health dangers of GE (genetically engineered) food and the lack of labeling of GE food. Most Americans don’t realize that about 75% of their diet is GE. As Americans awaken, the demand for pure non-GE foods is increasing. Organic farming is not only healthier but yields can increase, pollution decreases and water use can be decreased (click here for an example).

Some Americans barter or sell produce grown in their yards to neighbors, farmer’s markets, church communities, etc. You can earn extra money selling produce grown in your yard. Because there is a wealth of information on the Internet about how to grow produce in your yard, we will explore some other innovative ideas and suggestions for creating markets. There will always be a market for food.

Some Americans barter or sell produce grown in their yards to neighbors, farmer’s markets, church communities, etc. You can earn extra money selling produce grown in your yard. Because there is a wealth of information on the internet about how to grow produce in your yard, we will explore some other innovative ideas and suggestions for creating markets. There will always be a market for food. More

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