Should The Second Amendment Be Repealed?
Lackawanna, New York –-(Ammoland.com)- Front Page columnist Budd Schroeder will debate well known political blog webmaster, Joseph Illuzzi on the subject, “Should the Second Amendment be repealed?” Mr. Illuzzi’s, blog is PoliticsNY.Net and he his well known for his insight on elections and political controversial issues.
He believes that civilians should not own firearms.
The program is sponsored by the Judges & Police Conference where Mr. Schroeder is First Vice-President. He is also Chairman of the Board of S.C.O.P.E. Inc. (Shooter’s Committee On Political Education) and a member of the Board of Directors of the National Rifle Association.
Schroeder believes that the Constitution is correct and that firearms is almost a synonym for freedom. The differences in opinion between the two participants may stem from Mr. Illuzzi’s position that guns kill and he is against killing.
Mr. Schroeder has always taken the position that more lives are saved by guns. A gun is nothing more than a tool and murders are caused by people who are criminals. He has often said that the problems of violence and murders are not because there are “too many guns on the street,” but rather, too many criminals on the streets.
The debate is designed to shed light without generating heat and to present the pros and cons of gun control. The issue has a long history of having a base in religion, constitutional law, and social issues. It is expected that these issues will be addressed during the debate.
Supreme Court Justice Frank Caruso will be the moderator for this program. The Judges & Police Conference dinners usually restricted to members and guests. For this event, those interested in attending can make reservations without being a member. The deadline for reservations is October 4.
SCHROEDER v. ILLUZZI DEBATE
LUCARELLI’S – OCTOBER 7TH, 2010
1830 Abbott Road, Lackawanna, New York 14218
Call and make your dinner reservations now!!
Debbie Ritz at (716) 868-6145
or e-mail at Icequeen0620@aol.com
6:00 p.m. cash bar/7:00 p.m. dinner
8:00 p.m. – Debate
Moderator – Hon. Frank Caruso, JSC
Choice of Prime Rib,
Grilled Pork Chops or Shrimp Scampi.
Red roasted potatoes, grilled vegetables,
Cake, coffee and tea
$27.00 per person
SCOPE is a New York State 2nd Amendment Civil Rights Organization dedicated to the preservation of firearms ownership since 1965. SCOPE is a New York State Not For Profit Volunteer Organization dedicated to the preservation of the Second Amendment. Visit: www.scopeny.org