Map: Where are the Journal News employees in your neighborhood?

Written By: Robert Cox

The map indicates the addresses of all Journal News Employees in the New York Tri-State area. Each dot represents an individual Journal News employee — a reporter, editor or staffer. The data does not include freelancers — reporters or photographers — which can be hired without being an employee. Being included in this map does not mean the individual at a specific location is a responsible reporter or editor, just that they are a reporter or editor.

Data for all categories is included, but certain information is not available on an individual basis.

To create the map, Talk of the Sound submitted Google searches for the names and addresses of all Journal News employees in the New York Tri-State area. By state law, the information is public record.

Readers are still putting together records and could not immediately provide some data. The map will be updated when that data is released.

UPDATE: The Journal News has removed their gun map. Before you ask. “No, we are not taking down our map”.

My Washington Examiner Op-Ed is now up: Why I will not be taking down my map of Journal News employees


View Journal News Employees in a larger map

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Al Tompkins of the Poynter Institute has a thoughtful article on the journalistic considerations behind the Journal News decision to publish their map. I find myself entirely in agreement with his views on this issue.

The problem is not that the Gannett-owned Journal News was too aggressive. The problem is that the paper was not aggressive enough in its reporting to justify invading the privacy of people who legally own handguns in two counties it serves.

GOING GLOBAL: El Pais, the largest-circulated daily in Spain, has linked this article. Politiken, one of Denmark’s leading papers, has linked this article. The Daily Mail, the United Kingdom’s second biggest-selling daily newspaper, linked this article. Toronto Sun, one of Canada’s largest papers, has linked this article. Lenta.ru, one of the most popular Russian language online resources, has linked this article.

My map is a “rather sad-looking Google map” according to Rebecca at The Gothamist.

The links and traffic coming into the site are now in hyperdrive so I can no longer update every single link. Let me just give a general shout out to: Newser, Wizbang Blog, Politico, The Jawa Report, American Thinker, The New York Observer, Mediaite, The Village Voice, Gawker, Huffington Post, Live Leak, GOPUSA, San Francisco Chronicle, Reddit, I Own The World, Breitbart Big Journalism, World News Daily, New York Magazine, Yahoo! News, The Wrap, Free Republic, Lucianne, Ann Coulter, BizzyBlog, BizPacReview, Opposing Views, The Hartford Courant.

I appeared on the The Ben Ferguson Show on WBAP in Dallas, TX Thursday morning (with Guest Host Steve Malzberg).

On 12/28, I appeared on the nationally syndicated Bill Bennett’s Morning: Bill Bennet Radio Show Cox 2012 1228 (.mp3)

On 12/28, I appeared on the Schnitt Show on 12/28. His show is syndicated on about 50 stations nationwide. Guest hosting is my pal Pat Campbell of the The Pat Campbell Show weekday mornings on 1170 KFAQ in Tulsa, OK: Schnitt Show Cox 2012 1228 (.mp3)

Talk of the Sound readers and other bloggers are involved in a sort of a crowd-sourcing on gather home addresses and other contact information for Journal News employees. Based on reader submissions and this site in particular I have created a list of names and information sought. I then mapped what I had (above). I will add what more I get from readers and my own poking around. If you see some public data that matches, send me a link to robertcox@talkofthesound.com and I will add it as quick as I can. Be advised that the Journal News has been in downsizing mode for the past several years. I have to wonder if all these names are current employees but we will treat them as such until we learn otherwise. The map was begun with 11 names.

Help fill in the blanks below.

** = loaded into Google map

UPDATE 12/27 11:30 AM: With the assistance of readers JK, SS, BW, AH and others, the following entries have been updated and added to the map. More are on the way.

Added Info: Janet Hasson, Ed Forbes.
New Entry: Thane Grauel, Elizabeth Ganga, Rick Carpiniello, Liz Anderson (Elizabeth Anderson Steinke), Nicole Futterman. The map now has 16 names.

You will note that one Journal News employee, Ian Thane Grauel, has recently removed his LinkedIn profile and Twitter account. Also, that Cyndee has removed her Facebook page and hidden her tweets. I have received requested to remove the names of former Journal News employees and freelancers from this list and will continue to do so if those people make such a request.

UPDATE 12/27 6:30 PM:

Updated the database for Stacy A. Anderson, Jane Lerner, Steve Lieberman and Herb Pinder but still no home address information so still not on the map. The database and map has been updated for Janet Hasson. New to the map are Robert Brum, Anjanette Rieger Delgado, Randi Weiner, James Kwasnik, Tania Savayan, Phil Reisman. The map now has 22 names.

Liz Anderson removed photos of her children from her Facebook page. She has also changed her Twitter account from @lizsteinke to @lizscribe.

UPDATE 12/28 1:30 PM:

Readers have provided enough information to put Alex Weisler, Hema Easley, Frank A. Becerra, Jr and Jonathon Bandler on the map which now has 26 names. Make that 27 names, I just added Steve Lieberman after reader SM showed I needed to edit Nancy Cutler and Lieberman. I removed Nicole Futterman, Dan Donovan, Jamie O’Grady and Howard Megdal as I am informed they are not full-time employees. I removed Rebecca Baker because she no longer works at the paper. I am finding that the Journal News has a lot of people listed on its web site as working for them who do not seem to actually work for them.

Today, based on popular demand, I made the following FOIL request to the County Clerk’s in Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam counties.

Dear Mr. Clerk,

This is a public records request.

I would like to obtain a copy of the FOIL request made by the Journal News on through which they obtained information on pistol permit, any follow up communications with them regarding that request as well as any documents they obtained under FOIL. If they filed any sort of litigation to obtain additional information (e.g. an Article 78, etc.) I would like to obtain that as well. If this is a matter of forwarding some emails I would consider that an acceptable fill of my request.

Where possible I would like records in electronic format. If possible, I would like the electronic documents converted into standard Microsoft Office format (Word, Excel, etc.). I would like all communications including the delivery of documents to take place via email as much as is possible based on the nature of the available records.. I would like the Records Access Officer to certify that the records are genuine. If the documents only exist in paper form I am willing to pay. If the cost of converting the documents to a standard electronic format or making photos copies exceeds $20.00 I would like prior notification of the estimated cost to comply with this records request.

Sincerely,

Robert Cox
Managing Editor
Talk of the Sound

UPDATE: 12/30 8:30 AM

I was interviewed for this article below but none of my answers were included. The writer, Ms. O’Donnell failed to mention in her email to me or in the article itself that she was, up until recently, a long-time employee of the Journal News.

Reuters: New York newspaper to list more gun permit holders after uproar by Noreen O’Donnell.

While she did not include my explanation as to why I created the map, she did manage to find a journalism professor to call me “childish and petulant”.

Some critics retaliated by posting reporters’ and editors’ addresses and other personal information online.

Howard Good, a journalism professor at the State University of New York at New Paltz, called the critics’ response childish and petulant.

“It doesn’t move the issue of gun control to the level of intelligent public discussion,” he said. “Instead, it transforms what should be a rational public debate on a contentious issue into ugly gutter fighting.”

Draw your own conclusions about Ms. O’Donnell and Professor Good or why she gives him four paragraphs to criticize my actions and I get none to explain my actions.

Here is my Q&A with the reporter that got left on the cutting-room floor.

Q. What was your general reaction to the article and the map.

A. Given the nature of my hyper-local site, I monitor lohud.com 24/7 so I saw the story as it was published to the web. I could not believe what I was seeing — what I perceived to be a transparent attempt to intimidate and ostracize law-abiding citizens by using the Newtown murders as a pre-text to advance an anti-gun agenda and draw traffic to the site.

You worked there so you know about their cost-cutting, outsourcing and pay-wall approach and how desperate things have become at the paper. At best, this map reeked of a stunt to drive traffic at the expense of private citizens who had done nothing that warranted having their privacy violated. In fact, I will not be surprised if there is a class-action lawsuit on privacy grounds.

I can only laugh when the publisher claims the map is “journalism”. The map is more like voyeurism than journalism with the Journal News acting as a digital “Peeping Tom”, peering into the bedrooms of thousands of people just because they can. } The result is a map that is a bizarre form of “gun porn”.

The thought occurred to me to make a contra-Google Map the instant I saw the article. I was hesitant to do so because I am a First Amendment advocate and generally want to be supportive of newspapers and those who work there. I know plenty of people who work at Gannett, the Freedom Forum and the Newseum. I have spoken on panels at many of their events with people like Gene Policinski, Ken Paulson, John Seigenthaler and many others. I had the honor of being part of one of the inaugural exhibits at the Newseum for being the first blogger formerly credentialed as a blogger to cover a federal trial (Scooter Libby).

I knew that creating such a contra-map was a serious, highly provocative move and would likely cause a number of the people referenced above to be very unhappy with me/ I mulled this over for two days. In the meantime my readers had taken it upon themselves to collect information about reporters and editors. They were also linking to Chris Fountain up in Greenwich, CT who is the one who really got the ball rolling.

After being on the fence for a couple of days I decided to organize the efforts of my readers, create a crowd-sourcing project and start to build the contra-map.

Q. Why did you decide to make the reporters’ and editors’ information public on the web.

I trust you are aware that unlike most states, New York (and California) requires that a pistol permit holder to register EVERY handgun they own not just get the license. The initial Journal News FOIL request sought this information. I expect that the Journal News will ultimately prevail and get this information and update their map and make it searchable by weapon type. I would oppose that as I do the current iteration of the map. I did not want to merely respond but discourage further development of their map or at least give them pause.

I wanted a direct and proportionate response in the spirit of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you”. I could not think of anything more direct and proportionate than flipping the script by using public records to map the folks at the Journal News the way they mapped my friends and neighbors. I hope they now realize that in the age of social media and blogs, the people known formerly as the audience, can throw a counterpunch from time to time. My map was my counterpunch.

UPDATE: 12/30 8:45 AM

Per my FOIL request (above) to the Putnam County Clerk, I obtain a copy of the email sent by the Journal News reporter who wrote the map story. From this it is clear the Journal News sought (and continues to seek) not to create just a map of “pistol permit holders” but a map of every gun registered in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties. The have requested information on every type of weapon including “manufacturer, type of weapon, caliber, serial number and model”.

Putnam-JN Pistol FOIL.pdf

FOIL REQUEST

Worley, Dwight [DWORLEY@lohud.com]
Mr. Bartolotti,
Sent: Monday, December 17, 2012 2:26 PM
To: Michael Bartolotti

Under the provisions of the New York Freedom of Information Law, Article 6 of the Public Officers Law, I hereby request records or portions thereof pertaining to Putnam County’s pistol permit database.

I am requesting the names, complete addresses, the type of permits issued (carry concealed/possess on
premises/possess carry during employment), and the type of weapons possessed, including the weapon’s
manufacturer, type of weapon, caliber, serial number and model, for all permit holders in your database. Also, please provide a complete record layout and data dictionary for your pistol permits database.

I would like all of the records in electronic format, such as a database, spreadsheet, plain text file or other digital format.

I have been instructed instructed by you that state penal law prohibits the disclosure of the types of weapons possessed by permit holders even though such information is collected by the county. If it is determined that that category of information cannot be released please process my request, excluding the protected information, without delay. In your response, please indicate the specific sections of the law that expressly prohibit the disclosure of the protected information.

As you know, all government records and data are presumed public unless there is a specific provision of law barring their release. So while the law expressly says names and addresses of permit holders are to be made public, if the law does not specifically bar the release of the types of permits issued and types of weapons possessed, that information can and should be released. In that case, I would expect that information to be included.

As Robert Freeman, executive director of the New York State Committee on Open Government, has said in
several opinions regarding the disclosure of pistol permit data beyond names and addresses, “the only instance in which records must be withheld would involve the case in which a statute prohibits disclosure. Again, as I interpret §400.00 of the Penal Law, there is nothing in that statute that precludes the custodian of the records at issue from disclosing the records.”

If there are any fees for copying the records requested, please inform me before filling the request or please supply the records without informing me if the fees are not in excess of $25.

This request is in relation to a news event. Because of the timely nature of this request, I ask that it be expedited. Also, because of time constraints, I ask that if there are any concerns or questions regarding this request that I be contacted by telephone at 914‐629‐1060 or by email at dworley@lohud.com.

As you know, the Freedom of Information Law requires that an agency respond to a request within five business days of receipt of a request. Therefore, I would appreciate a response as soon as possible and look forward to hearing from you shortly. If for any reason any portion of my request is denied, please inform me of the reasons for the denial in writing and provide the name and address of the person or body to whom an appeal should be directed.

Thank you for your prompt attention.

JNlogo

Dwight R. Worley | Reporter/Data Analyst
1133 Westchester Avenue, Suite N110
White Plains, NY 10604
Voice: 914.629.1060 | Fax: 914.694.5018
E-mail: dworley@lohud.com | Web: lohud.com
Twitter: twitter.com/lohud | Facebook: facebook.com/lohud
Foursquare: foursquare.com/lohud | tumblr: lohud.tumblr.com

Michael C. Bartolotti, First Deputy County Clerk of the Putnam Count Clerk’s Office, responded to Worley on December 21st.

Putnam-Pistol List FOIL 1.pdf

Dwight R. Worley
Journal News Media Group
1133 Westchester Avenue Suite N110
White Plains, NY 10604

RE: FOIL request

Dear Mr. Worley:

This office is in receipt of your electronic mail message dated December 17th, 2012 in which you request certain information in electronic format for all pistol permit files maintained by this office.

This request is quite involved and will yield voluminous results. Further, certain information requested may be withheld due to operation of law.

This office is currently working with its IT provider to compile the requested information. Upon a complete compilation of the information suitable for dissemination we will provide you with an estimate of cost as well as instructions on how to complete your request.

I hope that you can work with this office by illustrating patience and if you have any questions please contact this office.

Thank you very much.

Sincerely

Michael C. Bartolotti

For those not familiar with the Freedom of Information Law in New York State, as a general summary, an agency has 5 business days to acknowledge receipt of a request for information and 22 business days after that to deny, fulfill or partially deny/partially fulfill a records request. After the 22 days the agency must provide the records or explain why they need more time and then provide a date certain when the records will be available. As a practical matter, a public records officer can keep a request pending for 27 business days and the requestor has no grounds to appeal or challenge the agency. Agencies can also charge for records based on a scale described in the statute.

In this case, the Clerk got the request on Monday December 17th. The Clerk then waited until the last day of the week, Friday December 21st before acknowledging receipt and has still not provided the records. Adding in three holidays — Christmas, New Year’s Day and Martin Luther King Day — the clerk does not have to deliver the records until January 25th, 2013.

The Clerk’s in Rockland County and Westchester County had the same option and chose to expedite the request. Readers can draw their own conclusions as to why 2 clerks turned over the requested records a month earlier than required and 1 clerk has still not turned over the requested records.

I hope to have a copy of communications between the Journal News and the other two clerks soon.

UPDATE: 12/30 9:22 AM

This is interesting, from the Christian Science Monitor

In an online survey, the Journal News finds overwhelming support – 89-11 percent – for the proposal to keep gun ownership private.

UPDATE: 12/30 9:24 AM

We made Wikipedia.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Journal_News#Controversy

UPDATE: 12/30 9:30 AM

The Westchester County Firearm Owners Association is an organization whose members were most directly targeted by the Journal News. They view the map as an attempt by the paper to “intimidate and bully lawful gun-owning citizens”.

In response, the WCFOA has compiled a list of Journal News Advertisers.

gannett_advertisers_12-28-2012_c.pdf

There has been a great deal of interest from readers in such a list so, with permission, we reprint that list below. The list is based on online resources and volunteers reviewing the print editions of the paper to identify advertisers. According to the WCFOA, the focus was on consumer-oriented advertiser so not every advertised was included in this list.

The WCFOA is encouraging its members and supporters to write a short letter which starts by “quickly outlining the irresponsible Journal News act of publishing the names and addresses of pistol license holders (and a Google Map with directions and family members names)”. The want the letters to state “you will no longer patronize any advertiser who uses Gannett unless and until that advertiser withholds further ads until Gannett takes down the pistol license page and ceases attacking lawful firearm ownership.”

MAJOR AND NATIONAL ADVERTISERS

AARON’S
aarons.com
1-877-607-9999
1-800-950-7368
Garet Hayes
Senior Vice President
Hope-Beckham, Inc.
Office: 404.604.2602
Mobile: 770.403.8720
ghayes@hopebeckham.com

Ace Hardware
acehardware.com
2200 Kensington Court
Oak Brook, IL 60523
U.S.A
1-866-290-5334
1.630.990.6600

ALDI Grocery
aldi.us
Aldi Inc.
1200 N Kirk Rd, Batavia, IL 60510-1443, United States
Phone: (630) 879-8100
Corporate Phone Number: 1-630-879-8100

Babies ‘R Us
babiesrus.com
Babies R Us Corporate Office Headquarters
Toys R Us, Inc.
1 Geoffrey Way
Wayne, NJ 07470-2030 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-973-617-3500
Fax: 973-617-4006
Customer Service Number: 1-888-222-9787

Best Buy
bestbuy.com
Best Buy Corporate Office Headquarters in the USA:
7601 Penn Avenue South
Richfield, MN 55423
Corporate Phone Number: 1-612-291-1000
Corporate Fax Number: 1-612-292-4001
Corporate Email: info@bestbuy.com

the email info@bestbuy.com does not work. Please publish the below instead. Thanks.
Susan Busch, Senior Director, Public Relations (612) 291-6114 or susan.busch@bestbuy.com
Lisa Hawks, Director, Public Relations (612) 291-6150 or lisa.hawks@bestbuy.com
or press@bestbuy.com

Bloomingdales Corporate Office Headquarters
Bloomingdale’s, Inc. a division of Macy’s
1000 3rd Ave.
New York, New York 10022 USA
Website: http://www.bloomingdales.com/
Corporate Phone Number: 1-212-705-2000
Customer Service Number: 1-800-777-0000

CVS Stores’s Corporate Office Headquarters in the USA:
CVS Caremark
One CVS Drive
Woonsocket, RI 02895
Corporate Phone Number: 1-401-765-1500
Corporate Fax Number: 1-401-762-2137
Corporate Email: info@cvs.com

Dick’s Sporting Goods Corporate Office Headquarters
300 Industry Drive RIDC Park West
Pittsburgh, PA 15275 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-724-273-3400
Fax Number: n/a
Customer Service Phone Number: 1-877-846-9997

GNC Corporate Office Headquarters
300 Sixth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-412-288-4600
Customer Service Number: 1-877-462-4700

Office Depot Corporate Office Headquarters
6600 North Military Trail
Boca Raton, Florida 33449
Corporate Phone Number: 1-561-438-4800
Corporate Fax Number: 1-561-438-4400
Corporate Email: info@officedepot.com

IKEA America USA
420 Alan Wood Rd.
Conshohocken, PA 19428 USA
Ikea USA Corporate Phone Number: 1-610-834-0180
Customer Service Number USA: 1-800-434-4532

JoAnn Fabrics Corporate Office Headquarters
5555 Darrow Rd.
Hudson, Ohio 44236 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-330-656-2600
Fax Number: 1-330-463-6675
Customer Service Number: 1-888-739-4120

K Mart Corporate Office Headquarters
Sears, Roebuck and Company (kmart.com)
3333 Beverly Road
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60179 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-847-286-2500
Corporate Fax Number: 1-847-286-8351
Customer Service Number: 1-866-562-7848

Kohl’s Corporate Office Headquarters
N56 W17000 Ridgewood Drive
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-262-703-7000
Fax Number: 1-262-703-6143
Customer Service Number: 1-866-887-8884

Lowes Corporate Office Headquarters in the USA:
1000 Lowe’s Blvd.
Mooresville, NC 28117
Corporate Phone Number: 1-704-758-1000
Corporate Fax Number: 1-336-658-4766
Corporate Email: info@lowes.com

Macy’s
Macys Corporate Office Headquarters HQ:
7 West Seventh Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Corporate Phone Number: 1-513-579-7000

Michaels Corporate Office Headquarters
Michaels Stores, Inc.
8000 Bent Branch Dr.
Irving, TX 75063 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-972-409-1300
Fax Number: 1-972-409-1556
Customer Service Number: 1-800-642-4235

Naturalizer Shoes
712 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10022
(212) 759-3094

Office Depot Corporate Office Headquarters
6600 North Military Trail
Boca Raton, Florida 33449
Corporate Phone Number: 1-561-438-4800
Corporate Fax Number: 1-561-438-4400
Corporate Email: info@officedepot.com

OfficeMax Corporate Office Headquarters
263 Shuman Boulevard
Naperville, IL 60563
Corporate Phone Number: 1-630-438-7800

Petco Corporate Office Headquarters
Petco Animal Supplies Stores, Inc.
9125 Rehco Rd.
San Diego, California 92121 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-858-453-7845
Fax Number: 1-858-784-3489
Customer Service Number: 1-888-824-7257

PetSmart Corporate Office Headquarters
PetSmart, Inc.
19601 North 27th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85027 United States
Corporate Phone Number: 1-623-580-6100
Fax: 1-623-395-6517
Customer Service Number: 1-888-839-9638

Proctor & Gamble
Procter and Gamble Corporate Office Headquarters
One Procter & Gamble Plaza
Cincinnati, OH 45202 United States
Corporate Phone Number: 1-513-983-1100
Fax: 1-513-983-4381
Customer Service Number: Product Specific
Email: Online Only

Radio Shack Corporate Office Headquarters
RadioShack Corporation
300 RadioShack Circle, Mail Stop CF3-201
Fort Worth, TX 76102-1964 United States
Corporate Phone Number: 1-817-415-3011
Fax Number: 1-817-415-2647
Customer Service Number: 1-800-843-7422

Sears Corporate Office Headquarters in the USA:
Address: 3333 Beverly Road
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60179 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-847-286-2500
Corporate Fax Number: 1-847-286-8351
Corporate Email: smsupport@searshc.com

Sleepy’s
sleepys.com
Mattress Giant Corporate Office Headquarters
Mattress Firm Holding Corp.
5815 Gulf Freeway
Houston, TX 77023 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-713-923-1090
Customer Service Number: 1-866-942-3551

Staples Corporate Office Headquarters
Five Hundred Staples Drive
Framingham, MA 01702 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-508-253-5000
Fax Number: 1-508-253-8989
Customer Service Number: 1-800-333-3330

Target Corporate Office Headquarters HQ in the USA:
1000 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55403 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-612-304-6073
Corporate Fax Number: 1-612-761-5555
Corporate Email: Online only at http://www.target.com/

Toys R Us Corporate Office Headquarters
Toys R Us, Inc.
1 Geoffrey Way
Wayne, NJ 07470-2030 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-973-617-3500
Fax: 973-617-4006
Customer Service Number: 1-800-869-7787
Email: Online Only

True Value Corporate Office Headquarters
True Value Company
8600 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
Chicago, IL 60631-3505 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-773-695-5000
Customer Service Number: 1-773-695-5000

Verizon
Verizon Corporate Office Headquarters
140 West Street
New York, NY 10007
Corporate Phone Number: 1-212-395-1000
Corporate Fax Number: 1-212-571-1897

Walmart Corporate Office Headquarters in the USA
702 SW 8th Street
Bentonville, Arkansas 72716-8611
Corporate Phone Number: 1-800-925-6278 or 1-479-273-4000
Corporate Fax Number: 1-479-277-1830
Corporate Email: info@wal-mart.com

Walgreen Company Corporate Office
106 Wilmot Road, MS 1640
Deerfield, IL 60015
1-847-940-2500
Online Inquiries:
1-877-250-5823
Store Inquiries:
1-800-WALGREENS
1-800-925-4733
walgreens.com

LOCAL ADVERTISERS:

Acorn Starlifts
acornstarlifts.com
US Corporate office
Acorn Stairlifts Inc.
7335 Lake Ellenor Drive
Orlando Florida 32809
USA
General Enquiries: 888-212-8995
1-877-281-5259

Acura of Ramsey
www.AcuraOfRamsey.com
65 Route 17 South
Ramsey, NJ
1-201-934-8200

Arroway Chevrolet
www.ArrowayChevy.com
Route 117
Mt. Kisco, NY
1-888-277-6929

Batteries & Bulbs Plus
300 Tarrytown Road
White Plains, NY
1-914-997-9400

Big Dee Volvo
www.BigDeeVolvo.com
262 East Main Street
Elmsford, NY
1-866-395-6386

Bill Kolb Jr. Subaru
www.BKCars.com
Route 30
Orangeburg, NY
1-866-414-0814

Brewster Honda
brewsterhonda.com
899 Route 22
Brewster, NY
1-845-278-4100

Croton Auto Park
Route 9A & 129
Croton-On-Hudson, NY
1-914-271-5100

Curry Honda
curryhonda.com
3845 Crompond Road
Yorktown Heights, NY
1-866-486-9463

Curry Hyundai
www.curryhyundai.com
3040 East Main Street
Cortlandt Manor, NY
1-866-429-7471

Curry Nissan
www.CurryNissan.com
3495 Crompond Road
Yorktown Heights, NY
1-877-876-5324

Curry Subaru
www.CurrySubaru.com
3040 East Main Street
Cortlandt Manor, NY
1-866-489-2664
Curry Toyota
CurryToyota.com
3026 East Main Street
Cortlandt Manor, NY
1-888-886-0695

DCH Paramus Honda
www.DCHParamusHonda.com
120 Route 4 East
Paramus, NJ
1-877-606-1414

DCH Toyota Scion City
dchtoyotacity.com
1305 E. Boston Post Road
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
1-888-460-7112

Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway
www.empirecitycasino.com
810 Yonkers Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10704
1-914-968-4200

First Street
www.jitterbugdirect.com
1998 Ruffin Mill Road
Colonial Heights, VA
1-877-665-3312

Honda of New Rochelle
www.HondaOfNewRochelle.com
25 East Main Street
New Rochelle, NY
1-800-639-8294

First Street
jitterbugdirect.com
1998 Ruffin Mill Road
Colonial Heights, VA
1-877-665-3312

Hyundai of White Plains
hyundaiofwhiteplains.com
130 Westchester Avenue
White Plains, NY
1-800-730-7903
Jennifer Convertibles
jenniferconvertibles.com
2373 Central Avenue
Yonkers, NY
1-914-779-0214

Jennifer Convertibles
www.jenniferconvertibles.com
2373 Central Avenue
Yonkers, NY
1-914-779-0214

Jim Harte Nissan
www.JimHarteNissan.com
283 North Bedford Road
Mt. Kisco, NY
1-877-661-4901

KIA of West Nyack
www.KiaOfWestNyack.com
250 Route 303 North
West Nyack, NY
1-845-353-1919

Liberty Hyundai
www.LibertyHyundai.com
305 Route 17 North
Mahwah, NJ
1-201-529-2400

Mt. Kisco Honda
mtkiscohonda.com
Route 117
Bedford Hills, NY
1-914-666-0030

New Country Audi of Greenwich
www.NewCountryAudi.com
181 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, NY
1-203-661-1800

New Rochelle Chevrolet
www.newrochellechevyny.com
291 Main Street
New Rochelle, NY
1-800-750-2651

New Rochelle Hyundai
www.HyundaiOfNewRoc.com
125 East Main Street
New Rochelle, NY
1-914-654-8300

New Rochelle Toyota
newrochelletoyota.com
47 Cedar Street
New Rochelle, NY
1-888-498-4843

Nissan City
www.nissancity.com
225 Boston Post Road
Port Chester, NY
1-866-589-2356

P.C. Richard & Son, LLC
pcrichardc.om
150 Price Pkwy. Farmingdale,
New York 11735 USA
1-866-419-4096

Rockland Nissan
www.RocklandNissan.com
608 Route 303 South
Blauvelt, NY
1-888-614-8898

Rye Ford
ryeford.com
1151 Boston Post Road
Rye, NY
1-914-967-6300

Schultz Ford-Lincoln
877shultz.com
80 Route 304
Nanuet, NY
1-845-624-3600

Stickley Audi & Company
stickleyaudi.com
207 W. 25th Street
Manhattan, NY
1-212-337-0700

Tarrytown Honda
tarrytownhonda.com
480 S. Broadway
Tarrytown, NY
1-888-408-0673

Varmax Liquor Pantry
varmax.com
19 Putnam Avenue
Port Chester, NY 10573
1-914-937-4930

Westchester Subaru
www.westchestersubaru.com
258 East Main Street
Elmsford, NY
1-888-747-8929

Westchester Toyota
www.westchestertoyota.com
2167 Central Park Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10710
1-888-560-6662
Sales: 888-224-4595
Fax: 914-779-7623

White Plains Dodge Chrysler Jeep
www.WhitePlainsChrysler.com
70 Westchester Avenue
White Plains, NY
1-800-679-0328

White Plains Buick GMC
www.WhitePlainsBuickGMC.com
358 Central Avenue
White Plains, NY
1-800-799-6795

White Plains Honda
whiteplainshonda.com
344 Central Avenue
White Plains, NY 10606
1-877-553-9292

World Wide BMW
worldwidebmw.com
125 E. Route 59
Spring Valley, NY
1-800-635-2697

UPDATED 12/30 5:45 PM

Stacy A. Anderson and Yaron Weitzman were removed as they no longer work at the Journal News. Nancy Cutler, Elizabeth Ganga, Thane Grauel were on the map and updated. Scott Faubel is not on the map but was updated.

New to the map are Jorge Fitz-Gibbon, Terence Corcoran, Jon Campbell, George Troyano, Brian Tumulty, Greg Shillinglaw, YS——, Shawn Cohen, Jane Lerner, Herb Pinder, Marcela Rojas, Eileen Zaccagnino, Mary Dolan, Theresa Juva-Brown, Laura Incalcaterra, and Colin Gustafson.

There are 92 names on the list. That gets up to 42 names on the map. So we are just short of half at this point although may me understanting things as some of the 92 may no longer work at the Journal News or work as freelancers. We are only interested in full-time employees.

The list is now color-coded. Employees in GREEN are on the map but may be missing some information which is indicated in RED. Employees in ALL RED are not on the map because we do not have home address information.

There have been hundreds of emails with lots of suggestions but there are a few folks that have been working these names very hard over the past couple days and I want to acknowledge them by initials — JK, PT, BM, BG, SM, CB, MR, GA, JD, SK, BW, SS, RH, GB,

UPDATED 12/31 4:45 PM

Removed Robert Marchant, he no longer works at the Journal News

Add to the map are Vincent Mercogliano, Carrie Yale, Heather Salerno, Mauro Ferrotta, Scott Faubel, John Czarnecki, Terence Corcoran, Colin Gustafson, Ned Rauch, Marcela Rojas, Matthew Brown, Gary McGriff, Akiko Matsuda, Linda Lombroso, Betsy Lombardi, Elaine Kirsch, Robert Brum.

That makes it 57 of 91 or 63%.

We have 34 names left to either clear (are not full-time employees) or get on the map. They are Chris Brown, Albert Conte, Ed Cummins, Wilfred David, Mike Dougherty, Ricky Flores, Ernie Garcia, Tessa Garcia, Tim Henderson, Lee Higgins, Brian Howard, Liz Johnson, Chad Jennings, Peter Kramer, Rich Liebson, Cara Matthews, Sean Mayer, Joe McDonald, Caryn McBride, Mike Meaney, Jill Mercadante, Kathy Moore, Mareesa Nicosia, Cathey O’Donnell, James O’Rourke, Leah Rae, Ben Rubin, Khurram Saeed, Erik Shilling, Joe Spector, Gary Stern, Alex Taylor, and Chris Vaughan.

As noted above, names below in GREEN are on the map but may be missing a single item (marked in RED). Names in red are the ones not yet on the map.

UPDATED 1/1 6:30 PM

Liz Johnson, Mike Meaney, Wilfred David, Cara Matthews were added to the map. YS—— was edited because we got an exact address. Chris Brown was removed because he is a freelancer.

That makes it 61 of 90 or 68%.

UPDATED 1/2 2:30 PM

The following were added to the map: Caryn McBride, Mareesa Nicosia, Leah Rae, Erik Shilling, Ed Cummins and Rich Liebson. Ben Rubin was removed because he does not work there anymore.

That gets us to 77 out of 89 or 75%.

We have 12 names left to either clear (are not full-time employees) or get on the map. They are Albert Conte, Mike Dougherty, Ricky Flores, Ernie Garcia, Tessa Garcia, Tim Henderson, Lee Higgins, Brian Howard, Chad Jennings, Peter Kramer, Sean Mayer, Joe McDonald, Jill Mercadante, Kathy Moore, Cathey O’Donnell, James O’Rourke, Khurram Saeed, Joe Spector, Gary Stern, Alex Taylor, and Chris Vaughan.

UPDATED 1/2 6:30 PM

The following were added to the map: Jill Mercadante, Chris Vaughan, Tim Henderson, Tessa Garcia.
Cathey O’Donnell was removed because she does not work there anymore.

Wow! That gets us to 71 of 83 or 86%

We have 12 names left to either clear (are not full-time employees) or get on the map. They are Albert Conte, Mike Dougherty, Ricky Flores, Ernie Garcia, Lee Higgins, Brian Howard, Chad Jennings, Peter Kramer, Sean Mayer, Joe McDonald, Kathy Moore, James O’Rourke, Khurram Saeed, Joe Spector, Gary Stern, and Alex Taylor.

ADDED: Sean Mayer, Joseph Spector, Gary Stern
REMOVED: Joe McDonald (no longer works at Journal News.

That gets us to 74 of 82 or 90%. We have 8 names left.

SMALL FAVOR TO MY TEAM: While I have this crack team of researches hard at work I will take everything you can find on these two individuals James Vincent Bonanno and his son, Vince James Bonanno. You can certainly appreciate that given my willingness to take on causes like this Journal News map I have made more than my share of The Bonannos are currently suing me for defamation in New York State Supreme Court because I accurately reported on their various misdeeds. They both work for the local school district.

This is the father…

James Vincent Bonanno
24 Ronalds Avenue
New Rochelle, NY

Not sure where the son lives…

Vince James Bonanno (“Little Jimmy”)

Any information you can pull on them will be appreciated. Little Jimmy, a heroin addict who is in the Westchester County Methadone Program has at least one prior arrest that I know of, not sure about the father. I believe the father is also involved in various side-businesses.

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Matthew Brown joined The Journal News in March 1994. He covers a variety of assignments as a Visual Journalist for The Journal News and LoHud.com. For the past year, he has been able to bring his cameras into the schools, covering visual stories of interest to the communities in White Plains, Valhalla, Elmsford and Greenburgh School districts. Prior to that, he could be seen on the sidelines covering major and local sporting events or behind the scenes covering local news in the tri-county coverage area of The Journal News. Prior to coming to work for the Journal News, he worked as a Sports Picture Editor for the Providence (R.I.) Journal and as a Boston-based freelance photojournalist for the Associated Press wire service.

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**Shawn Cohen**
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Rye, NY 10580
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Pleasantville, NY 10570-2103
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**Ed Cummins**
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**Nancy Cutler**
Opinion Editor
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81 Elysian Avenue
Nyack, NY 10960
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**Wilfred David**
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Will covers police news in New Rochelle, Scarsdale, Eastchester, Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Mount Vernon and Yonkers.

**Anjanette Rieger Delgado**
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D. Scott Faubel is The Journal News/LoHud.com’s assistant local editor for central Westchester. He has been with the organization nearly 30 years, working in many of the communities it covers on the east side of the Hudson River. He grew up in Westchester and Putnam counties and now lives in White Plains.

**Mauro Ferrotta**
Single Copy Manager
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Elizabeth Ganga covers the towns of North Castle and North Salem along with the North Salem and Byram Hills school districts. She has worked for The Journal News/LoHud.com since 2000.

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Warwick, NY 10990-2707
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**Thane Grauel (Ian Thane Grauel)**
Local Editor Rockland/Digital Editor
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**Colin Gustafson**
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Brooklyn, NY 11201-6757
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Colin grew up in Washington, D.C., went to college in St. Paul, Minn., and now lives in Queens. Before joining The Journal News, he worked as an education reporter for Greenwich Time, a daily newspaper in Connecticut. Before that, he was a contributor to the business desk at the New York Sun and an assistant managing editor at the weekly Queens Chronicle.

**Seth Harrison**
Photographer
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Irvington, NY 10533
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Seth Harrison has been a staff photographer at The Journal News since 1987. In that time, he has covered 9/11, elections in Israel, national political conventions, several World Series, and all facets of local news. Covering national and international events is exciting, however Harrison gains tremendous satisfaction telling the stories close to home. “The mother who has dedicated her life to helping to find a cure for the rare and fatal disease that afflicts her son, the story of troubled children housed in residential treatment centers, or the scores of young Mormon’s who come to this area every year to try to spread their faith, are the types of stories that allow me to step in to the lives of our neighbors and offer a glimpse of lives that, while unfolding right around the corner, are very different from our own.” Harrison has a bachelor’s degree in photojournalism from Rochester Institute of Technology. A lower Westchester resident, he was born in Brooklyn, and grew up in Yonkers and Hastings-on-Hudson. He is married with three daughters.

**Janet Hasson**
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**Tim Henderson**
Data Analyst
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Lee Higgins
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**Laura Incalcaterra**
Reporter for Rockland Government/Politics, Environment, Development and Housing
The Journal News/LoHud.com
78 Regina Road
Airmont, NY 10952
845-356-9215
Work Phone: 845-578-2486
Work Email: lincalca@lohud.com
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Laura Incalcaterra covers the environment, open space and zoning and planning issues for The Journal News. A Boston College graduate, Laura grew up in Rockland, attended East Ramapo schools and has worked for The Journal News since 1993. Laura has written features and covered North Rockland, crime, government and a host of other issues.

**Liz Johnson**
Food Editor
The Journal News/LoHud.com
4A Ross Avenue #A
Nyack, NY 10960-4309
845-353-3351
Work Phone: 914-694-5075
Work Email: ewjohnson@lohud.com
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**Theresa Juva-Brown**
Transportation Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
21302 75th Avenue Apt #4D
Oakland Gardens, NY 11364-3348
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Chad Jennings
LoHud Yankees Beat Writer
The Journal News/LoHud.com
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**Elaine Kirsch**
Director/Circulation Operations
The Journal News/LoHud.com
22 Marget Ann Lane
Suffern, NY 10901-3313
845-358-0787
Work Phone: 914-696-8511
Work Email: ekirsch@lohud.com
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Peter Kramer
Theater
The Journal News/LoHud.com
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**James Kwasnik**
Online Director
The Journal News/LoHud.com
Harrison, NY 10528
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**Cynthia R. Lambert**
Editor
The Journal News/LoHud.com
17 McBride Ave
White Plains, NY 10603
(914) 948-9388
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**Jane Lerner**
Reporter for Health and Hospitals
The Journal News/LoHud.com
1 Tilda Lane
New City, NY 10956
845-634-3512
Work Phone: 914-694-9300
Work Email: jlerner@lohud.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/JaneLernerNY
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Jane Lerner covers the health and hospitals beat for The Journal News in Rockland. She has worked for The Journal News since 1991, first in Westchester, then in Rockland. She has a master’s degree from the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, where she completed a concentration in health and science writing. She lives in Rockland with her husband and two children.

**Steve Lieberman**
Police and Courts Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
81 Elysian Avenue
Nyack, NY 10960
845-353-4647
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Steve Lieberman joined The Journal News as an editor in February 1984 and became a reporter during the spring of 1986. He has covered police, courts and legal issues for more than a decade, after reporting on county, town, village and state governments and general issues. He received more than a dozen state awards for writing and reporting. Born and raised in The Bronx, he has lived in Rockland since 1988.

Rich Liebson
Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
2 Greenacres Way
White Plains, NY 10606-3122
914-686-8940
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Rich Liebson grew up on military bases in the U.S. and Germany as the son of an Air Force master sergeant. After serving four years in the U.S. Army he was hired as a part-time reporter in 1983 and promoted to full-time in 1985. He’s had a number of beats over the years including education, municipal government and public safety. He’s also been a columnist and city editor for central Westchester. Rich lives in White Plains.

**Betsy Lombardi**
Universal Desk Editor
The Journal News/LoHud.com
59 Tamarack Road
Rye Brook, NY 10573-2138
914-937-2389
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**Linda Lombroso**
Features Writer
The Journal News/LoHud.com
237 Broadfield Rd
New Rochelle, NY 10804-2409
914-654-0527
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**Akiko Matsuda**
Reporter for Haverstraw and Stony Point
The Journal News/LoHud.com
4329 Broadway Apt 5B
New York, NY 10033-2404
NEW YORK COUNTY
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Akiko Matsuda has been a reporter with The Journal News since August 2005, covering the communities of North Rockland — Haverstraw town and village, Pomona, West Haverstraw, Stony Point. Before that, she covered local governments in upstate New York and Connecticut. A Japanese native, she was a reporter and news anchor for a TV station in Sapporo, covering various beats, including courts, politics and the environment.

**Cara Matthews**
Statehouse Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
12 Hamilton Avenue Apt A
Norwalk, CT 06854-3510
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**Sean Mayer**
Sports and Operations Editor
The Journal News/LoHud.com
5 Edward Place
Monroe, NY 10950
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Work Email: smayer@lohud.com
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**Caryn McBride**
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**Gary McGriff**
The Journal News/LoHud.com
14 Ball Pond Road
New Fairfield, CT 06812-4920
203-312-0805
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**Mike Meaney**
Morning Breaking News
The Journal News/LoHud.com
118 Frank Ave
Mamaroneck, NY 10543-2808
914-381-4245
Work Phone: 914-696-8565
Work Email: mmeaney@lohud.com
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**Vincent Mercogliano**
High School Sports Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
475 Wilmot Road New Rochelle, NY 10804-1019
914-637-9367
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**Jill Mercadante**
Multimedia/Marketing Editor
The Journal News/LoHud.com
222 Sackett Street #2F
Brooklyn, NY 11231
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Kathy Moore (Kathy Moore O’Connor)
Local Content Editor
The Journal News/LoHud.com
11 Woodland Drive
Brewster, NY 10509-2523
845-278-0144, 845-279-2666
Work Phone: 914-694-3523
Work Email: kjmoore@lohud.com
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Kathy Moore is the local editor for northern Westchester and Putnam counties. She began working at The Journal News in 1985 and covered towns, schools, Mount Vernon City Hall, Putnam County government and general assignment before becoming a bureau chief and then an editor overseeing the northern reaches of our coverage area. She works with a terrific staff in the paper’s Mount Kisco office whose writing and reporting fuels The Journal News, Lohud.com, the Northern Westchester and Yorktown/Cortlandt Express and their corresponding community blogs.

**Barbara L Nackman**
Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
279 Farrington Avenue
Tarrytown, NY 10591
(914) 332-5185
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A municipal reporter for The Journal News since 1997, Barbara Livingston Nackman has covered local governments, events and breaking news from many communities. She began her journalism career by writing for bookselling and library publications. She reported on Putnam County communities for 10 years before getting her latest assignment, keeping track of Briarcliff Manor and Somers.

**Mareesa Nicosia**
Ramapo Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
104 Gordon Ave
Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591-1910
585-402-6535, 607-437-1895
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Work Email: mnicosia@lohud.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mareesanicosia
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Cathey O’Donnell
Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
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James O’Rourke
Westchester and Rockland County Night Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
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**Herb Pinder**
Opinion Page Editor
The Journal News/LoHud.com
66 W 89th St Apt# 2R
New York, NY 10024-2045
212-769-1945
Work Phone: 914-694-5031
Work Email: hpinder@lohud.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/herbpinderNY
LinkedIN: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/herb-pinder/15/935/462
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**Leah Rae**
Reporter for Port Chester, Rye Brook and Rye City
The Journal News/LoHud.com
13 N Cottenet St
Irvington, NY 10533-1508
914-591-0319
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Work Email: lrae@lohud.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/LeahRaeNY
FB: https://www.facebook.com/leah.rae.33
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Leah Rae covers the Port Chester-Rye Brook beat for The Journal News. She’s written about Westchester’s immigrant population since joining the paper in 1994, and reported from two immigrant “hometowns” in Ecuador and Guatemala. Leah studied at the University of Toronto and worked at her hometown paper, The Buffalo News, before migrating downstate. She writes the Beyond Borders blog at immigration.lohudblogs.com and contributes to the Sound Shore blog at soundshore.lohudblogs.com.

**Swapna Venugopal Ramaswamy**
Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
306 Quaker Rd
Chappaqua, NY 10514
(914) 238-4607
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Swapna Venugopal Ramaswamy, a staff writer for The Journal News/LoHud.com, covers several communities in Westchester County and writes about everything from local politics to schools to development issues. She joined the paper in October 2006 and expanded her byline to include Ramaswamy — reportedly the longest byline ever. Previously, Swapna worked as a municipal reporter for the Home News Tribune in New Jersey and interned at the New York Daily News as a general assignment reporter. She earned a master’s degree in journalism from New York University, where she was associate features editor of NYU’s daily newspaper, The Washington Square News.

**Ned P. Rauch**
Reporter for Harrison and Mt. Vernon
The Journal News/LoHud.com
922 Lorimer Street Apt 2
Brooklyn, NY 11222-3178
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**Phil Reisman**
Columnist
The Journal News/LoHud.com
73 Rossmore Avenue
Bronxville, NY 10708
914-337-6522
Work Phone: 914-694-5008
Work Email: preisman@lohud.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/philreisman
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**Michael J Risinit**
Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
42 Robinson Lane
Wappingers Falls, NY 12590
845-454-2278
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Mike Risinit covers politics, the environment and other issues touching on northern Westchester. He has been a reporter at The Journal News since 1998.

**Robert F. Rodriguez**
Visual Editor
The Journal News/LoHud.com
420 Riverside Dr, Apt 7A
New York, NY 10025-7748
212-222-4566
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**Marcela Rojas**
Reporter for Somers, Ossining and Peekskill
The Journal News/LoHud.com
43 Mitchell Place Apt
White Plains, NY 10601-4337
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Work Email:mrojas@lohud.com
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Khurram Saeed
Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
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Khurram Saeed has been reporting for The Journal News since 2000. He writes about transportation issues in Rockland and has a weekly column called Getting There, which appears Wednesdays. Raised in Chestnut Ridge, Saeed previously worked at a newspaper in Washington and at magazines in Canada. Reach him at ksaeed@lohud.com or 845-578-2412.

**Heather Salerno**
Feature Writer
The Journal News/LoHud.com
103 Cambridge Ave
Garden City, NY 11530-4101
Home Phone: 516-739-9709
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/heather_salerno
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**Tania Savayan**
Photographer
The Journal News/LoHud.com
7562 Kessel Street Forest Hills, NY 11375-6846
718-793-5642
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/TaniaSavayan
FB: https://www.facebook.com/tania.savayan
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**Erik Shilling**
Courts Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
157 Newell St Fl 3
Brooklyn, NY 11222-3036
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**Greg Shillinglaw**
Reporter for Greenburgh and Mount Pleasant
Multimedia Journalist at The Journal News
The Journal News/LoHud.com
80 Greenway Drive Irvington, NY 10533-1844
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**Joseph Spector**
Statehouse Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
20 Greenock Road
Delmar, NY 12054-3510
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YS [Removed upon request, no longer works at the Journal News]
Digital Editor/Nights
The Journal News/LoHud.com

Gary Stern
Education Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
165 Orchard Street White Plains, NY 10604-1407
914-948-8996
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Alex Taylor
Reporter for Orangetown, Pearl River and Colleges
The Journal News/LoHud.com
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**George Troyano**
Vice President Sales & Marketing
The Journal News/LoHud.com
2 Rams Gate Court
Medford, NJ 08055-9704
609-953-2745
Work Phone: 914-694-5157
Work Email: gtroyano@lohud.com
Twitter:https://twitter.com/GTmedford
FB: https://www.facebook.com/george.troyano
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**Brian Tumulty**
DC Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
5589 Cedar Break Drive
Centreville, VA 20120-3329
703-830-0926
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/NYinDc
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**Ken Valenti**
Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
2221 Palmer Ave Apt# 2P
New Rochelle, NY 10801-3064
914-498-9289
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Work Email: klvalent@lohud.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/lohudgoing, https://twitter.com/NewRoKen
FB: https://www.facebook.com/ken.valenti, https://www.facebook.com/ken.valenti.1
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**Chris Vaughan**
Community Web Producer
The Journal News/LoHud.com
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Work Email: cvaughan2@lohud.com
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**Randi Weiner (Randi W. Gormley)**
Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
843 Mill Plain Road
Fairfield, CT 06824
203-254-3285
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**Alex Weisler**
Reporter for Mount Kisco, New Castle and North Castle
The Journal News/LoHud.com
5 Wheatstone Road
New City, NY 10956-2515
845-639-0868
Work Phone: 914-666-6482
Work Email: aweisler@lohud.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/alexweisler
FB: http://www.facebook.com/weisler.alex
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**David McKay Wilson**
Columnist
The Journal News/LoHud.com
104 Topland Rd
Mahopac, New York 10541
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**Dwight R Worley**
Education Reporter
The Journal News/LoHud.com
230-6 139th Avenue
Queens, NY 11413
718-527-0832
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UPDATE 12/31 2:20 PM I am in receipt of all communications between the Journal News and the Westchester County Clerk including the entire list of “pistol permits” (i.e., license holders) for Westchester County. My next project, once I complete the map, is to run all Journal News employees living in Westchester against the list I just got.

UPDATE 1/1 6:30 PM

Let me set to rest the speculation that the Journal News exempted their own employees from their map. YS [removed] is a photographer and editor at the Journal News. He resides in [removed]. He is in the Westchester County list provided to the Journal News and he is a dot in the map so we can at least put to rest any conspiracy theories in this regard.

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Journal News Hypocrisy

Most of the readers of this article are not from the area and may have never heard of the Journal News until this week. Many of speculated on the motives behind their pistol LICENSE map. If you want just a few of very real examples of hypocrisy from the Journal News you can look at the following three exclusive stories than we have run over the past three months that the Journal News did not bother to report at all.

New Rochelle Police Confiscate Loaded .9mm Semi-Automatic Carbine from Monroe College Basketball Player, Former Coach of the Year Fired

By any measure, this is a major story — a member of the NJCAA National Championship women’s basketball team delivers a savage beating to a teammate. While the victim of the assault is in the hospital she receives a text message from her assailant threatening to kill her, and her mother with a gun she keeps at an apartment on campus. School officials recovered a loaded .9mm Semi-Automatic Carbine. Before the District Attorney could bring charges the player fled the state. The player was kicked off the team, the other player suspended and the coach fired because he knew of the gun and failed to report it to school officials or the police.

The Journal News did not cover this story at all. Monroe College is a major advertiser in Westchester County.

New Rochelle Suspends Three Following Gun to Head Incident on Bee-Line School Bus

Three students leave a school bus an enter a middle school with a gun after terrorizing a 6th grader on the bus by placing her in a headlock, holding the gun to her head and threatening her. The Journal News does not report on this incident.

New Rochelle Barnard School Principal Waits Hours to Notify Police of Intruder; Parents Told Man In Building Was Outside

In this case, a man was in the building for hours, he was found hiding in a closet in a second floor classroom by a teaching assistant. Even then, the building principal waited 45 minutes to call police and then lied about the entire incident to parents. The Journal News did not cover this story.

New Rochelle Board President Says District in “Full Compliance” with School Safety Laws

Four days after the Newtown Shooting, the local school board President and Superintendent make false claims that the district is in full compliance with New York State school safety laws. By statute the district must review and update plans for the district and each school in the district once a year. 10 of 11 schools have not been updated since 2001. The 11th was updated in 2006. The Journal News does not even cover the board meeting let along report this.

UPDATE: 1/2 9:15 AM: I appeared this morning on the Pat Campbell Show in Tulsa, OK to discuss the latest on the Journal News gun owner map: Pat Campbell Show 1-2-13

UPDATE: 1/2 12:10 PM: My FOIL request to the Westchester County Clerk resulted in my receiving the communications between the clerk’s office and Journal News reporter Dwight Worley. It was a jumbled mess of documents which I cut, paste and re-ordered in chronological order so readers can follow the discussion between Deputy Clerk John J. Allen and Worley (link below).

Communications Between Westchester County Clerk & Journal News for FOIL Pistol Licenses December 2012

I am requesting the names, complete addresses, the type of permits issued (carry concealed/possess on
premises/possess carry during employment), and the type of weapons possessed, including the weapon’s
manufacturer, type of weapon, caliber, serial number and model, for all permit holders in your database.
Also, please provide a complete record layout and data dictionary for your pistol permits database.

There is a brief sidebar after Worley appeals the partial denial of the paper’s request to County Executive Rob Astorino on December 17th and County Attorney Robert F. Meehan responds for Astorino on December 20th to deny the appeal. The Westchester County Clerk Tim Idoni is a Democrat from New Rochelle (where we operate) and Astorino is a Republican. If you are wondering how divided government works in Westchester read how the Democrats in the County Legislature literally turned out the lights in the chamber when they did not get their way on the 2013 budget.

This stands in stark contrast to the decided lack of cooperation in Putnam County, north of Westchester.

New York County denies request for names of gun permit holders

Authorities in a suburban county north of New York City said on Tuesday they will refuse to release names of local gun permit holders to a newspaper that has been publishing the identities of thousands of license-holding residents.

Putnam County Clerk Dennis Sant said he would defy a request for information about pistol permit holders from the White Plains, New York-based Journal News, which has come under criticism for publishing thousands of such identities already.

UPDATE 1/2 2:50 PM: I have been advised that the phone listing for Robert Brum in Pomona is incorrect. Please disregard 845-354-0243. That is the number for an older woman who was assigned that number after Robert Brum moved.

UPDATE 1/3 8:30 AM: Newspaper threatened with ‘suspicious white powder’ after publishing gun owners’ names

The suspicious package turned out to be a non-event but I was surprised to see this…

The article mentions Christopher Fountain who put up a lot of detail about the publisher, Janet Hasson and a few other Journal News employees. I am not sure how many, maybe 5 or 6 names. New York State Rifle and Pistol Association President Tom King is quoted saying “I’m sure that the blogger will take down the list as soon as the gun names come down.”

Meanwhile, we have now crowd-sourced 73 of 82 (89%) Journal News employees and mapped each one. We are in the process of clearing the list and I expect we will be at 100% shortly.

I would tell Mr. King a thing or three: (1) the Journal News intends to EXPAND their map to include Putnam County not take it down; (2) the Journal News was never just seeking names and addresses — their Freedom of Information Request is for “names, complete addresses, the type of permits issued (carry concealed/possess on premises/possess carry during employment), and the type of weapons possessed, including the weapon’s manufacturer, type of weapon, caliber, serial number and model, for all permit holders in your database; (3) (1) I have no intention of taking down my list or map regardless of what the Journal News does or what he says.

UPDATE 1/3 1:15 PM: If my actions are going to be disapproved of by anyone I would prefer that it be Jack Shafer: Let’s not go crazy over publishing gun lists

Undeterred by the fact that the handgun data was, by state law, a matter of the public record, aggrieved gun owners retaliated. A crowdsourced map of the home addresses of Journal News employees — including their home and work phone numbers when found — went up. The site also listed the names and addresses of the paper’s local and national advertisers, suggesting Journal News readers write letters threatening to boycott their goods and services unless the Journal News took its map down. The New York State & Pistol Association urged a boycott of all Gannett enterprises, asserting that the map had “put in harm’s way tens of thousands of lawful license holders.” [read entire article]

I met Jack in 2004 at a conference at Harvard. He wrote the PressBox column for Slate/Washington Post for years and I have emailed him from time to time. Between Jack Shafer and Jim Romensko you get about all you need in terms of media criticism. Jim was, for many years at Poynter. Jack writes today “Exactly how publishing public-record data constitutes privacy invasion is a topic worthy of a Poynter Institute seminar.” Ironically, I was part of a Poynter conference on Online Journalism Ethics. I am pretty sure my map would have flunked the ethics test in that room back in 2006. The question then might be if my map flunks then what about the Journal News map? Having been part of this discussion in the past, I can tell you that some of the opinion would be driven by the idea that journalists are like members of a holy order on a divine mission. Not everyone at Poynter would take the side of the Journal News but I suspect they would also be against my map.

I can tell you one other thing — the melodrama that has ensued with the armed guards and the envelopes of talcum powder is the sort of thing that validates the self-image of journalists that what they do is important (and thus justifies the low wages they are paid).

UPDATE: 1/9 9:00 AM – I was away this weekend and so not entirely top of this story. I was in Miami for the BCS Championship Game to see my Irish get stomped by Alabama :-(. I am back in New York.

On my way to the airport, I received an email from WPIX 11’s Erica Pitzi requesting an interview. Many of the questions were to the effect of whether I felt I was to blame for people who were making death threats to Journal News employees or whether I would take my map down after a New York Times article reported on threats against Journal News employees. (My answer? “No”). Having viewed what aired, the piece struck me as fairer than I expected.

WPIX ARTICLE/VIDEO: Death threats, reporters’ families targeted over controversial gun-owner map

“I don’t think my map is particularly fair to the Journal News employees, many of them have nothing to do with the story, but that’s in the same spirit of the Journal News map which is equally unfair,” Cox told PIX 11 News over the phone from Florida.

In The New York Times article, Journal News Publisher Janet Hasson seeks to shift the issue away from Newtown, away from their map of gun owners, away from the entire issue of gun control and convert the issue into a First Amendment issue.

“As journalists, we are prepared for criticism,” Hasson told The Times. “But in the U.S., journalists should not be threatened.”

Actually, in the U.S., no one should be threatened. In fact, there are laws against threatening people with bodily harm and the apply to everyone, not just journalists. As I told WPIX, an appropriate response is to boycott or picket or otherwise express disapproval. Physically threatening someone is never the right thing to do.

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UPDATE: The Journal News has removed their gun map. Before you ask. “No, we are not taking down our map”.

Here is the official statement from Janet Hasson:

With the passage this week of the NYSAFE gun law, which allows permit holders to request their names and addresses be removed from the public record, we decided to remove the gun permit data from lohud.com at 5 pm today.

While the new law does not require us to remove the data, we believe that doing so complies with its spirit. For the past four weeks, there has been vigorous debate over our publication of the permit data, which has been viewed nearly 1.2 million times by readers. One of our core missions as a newspaper is to empower our readers with as much information as possible on the critical issues they face, and guns have certainly become a top issue since the massacre in nearby Newtown, Conn. Sharing as much public information as possible provides our readers with the ability to contribute to the discussion, in any way they wish, on how to make their communities safer.

We remain committed to our mission of providing the critical public service of championing free speech and open records.

Self-serving claptrap from a woman who thought she could pick a fight at a time and place of her choosing, declare the rules for the fight and call the fight when she had enough.

Sorry, Janet. It doesn’t work that way. Our map of your employees stays.

UPDATE: Just taped a radio interview with Gary Baumgarten of 1010 WINS-NY. Let me know if you hear it air. Teaser: he asked me if this was a victory, my answer “yes!”

WINS 1010 has published a story with the audio clip here.

UPDATE 1/21: My Washington Examiner Op-Ed is now up: Why I will not be taking down my map of Journal News employees

UPDATE 1/23: I was on the Pat Campbell Show this morning, live on KFAQ 1170 Tulsa.

Listen here.

I also joined Pat, filling in, on the Schnitt Show this afternoon.

Listen here.

1,034 thoughts on “Map: Where are the Journal News employees in your neighborhood?”

  1. Excellent
    Now correlate it to the gun ownership data. One color marker for owning a gun, a different color for not owning a gun.

      1. Bubba St.Jaques , The North Is At War Again ?
        I Have Been Reading These All Morning , I Mean We Have , A Few Good Men , Ya , Marines (Former), and Have Concluded That This could only happen in Yankee Land , down here (Terrebone Parish , La. ) we don’t have time to discuss little girl S**t Like This , We Just Can’t Figure Why its so important to give these Suckers the time O’Day ?
        Just Don’t Talk about em ,and they’ll go away , maybe when some guy jumps off the Empire state bldg. or something .
        JUST DON’T BUY THEIR RAG , And Pass em By When They Gotta Tin Cup !
        Y’all b Good Now ,Cap’n Bubba , Bayou Tesh La.
        Cap’n Bubba Gatuh Hunts , Bayou Tesh , La.

  2. EXCELLENT……….
    and don’t forget about the alleged address of the CEO of this rag and lohud, the site that THINKS people will PAY to read their pathetic articles.

    Gracia Martore
    (703) 759-5954
    728 Springvale Rd
    Great Falls, VA 22066-2904

    Good work, Bob.

  3. I love the new media more than Old Media hates my freedom.
    I love the new media more than they hate my freedom. Excellent work!

  4. Commercial Appeal
    Someone in the Memphis area should do likewise with Chris Peck and the dwindling staff of Liberal sycophants.

  5. Shady Looking Characters
    Is it just me, or do many of these folks look like toughs you’d find on a street corner or in a pool hall?

  6. Are you spreading the word on this map?
    CNN, NBC, CBS Facebook and Twitter?

    Lohud Twitter and Facebook?

    Google ‘Journal News Map Of Gun Owners’ and see how many pages you get.

    Now you need to do the same with this map and get some press.

    Turnabout is fair play.

  7. You rock
    Turn about is fair play and all that. Time the smug bas*ards get what they’re handing out… it may be the first time in their lives btw.

  8. Add data for arrests, traffic Tickets, bounced checks, unpaid
    Complaints, any salary information, transcripts, marriages, divorces..

    Stuff like that..

    1. And Interior layout….
      Well yes, yes you can also get the layout of the house when using Zillow.com. Being a cat burgler ain’t what it once was….

  9. Map: Where are the Journal News employees in your neighborhood?
    LOL…this is great. After all what’s good for one is good for all!!

  10. Obvious information lacking
    Can someone drive by their homes and see if they have home security system yard signs? Also would be nice if they could publish if they see a fenced yard, a dog, tall bushes, etc. also, the home values, party afiliations, etc.

  11. How does that self-righteous BS taste?
    We felt it was important in the aftermath of the Newtown shootings (to publish this information)… where so many Anti-American socialists are trying to capitalize on the tragic act of a deranged individual.

    1. “where so many Anti-American
      “where so many Anti-American socialists are trying to capitalize on the tragic act of a deranged individual.”

      Bingo! All anti-american socialists preach this propaganda. It is called APARTHEID. Minority (deranged killer who glorified Satan I might add) ruling the majority. Aren’t you sick of this kind of garbage? I am! We dont need our rights taken away because of ONE person. This started in 1964 and has snow balled.

  12. Are we in Elementary School?
    Seems somewhat immature.

    Point made and perhaps some poetic justice but it ignores the fact that people do fear homes with guns and have some interest in knowing who owns a metal thing that can make smaller metal things go faster for the express purpose of killing.

    Maybe you think that the safety issues (I think largely exaggerated) and the stigma issues (less dire and sexy to talk about but more realistic) outweigh the need of fellow residents and especially parents to know this info. (gun accidents are rare but do happen)

    I don’t think this particularly informs the debate. People realize how invasive posting addresses can be (without needing this stunt to illustrate it) which is why many large media outlets have picked up this story. (and largely leaning toward the idea they shouldn’t have posted the info)

    Posting this info seems vengeful, ignores some of the nuance of the debate and is likely to lead to harassment.

    1. I don’t think so
      After the Journal News published their map, there were a lot of people who were interested to know where the employees of the Journal News lived.

      That view is attested to by the readership of this article, does it not? At this moment the article has been read over 13,000 times — and counting.

      How’s that for nuance?

      1. readership means
        The readership just attests to the interest it generates not the actual value it gives. I’m sure the map that caused all the controversy in the first place has a ton of viewers as well.

        There is a reason why (perhaps an irrational one) that people wanted to know gun owner locations. There is really very little reason to give anything but contact info for the Journal News employees besides harassment and to illustrate point. (even if you argue an address is contact info… why a map and personal phone numbers?)

          1. True
            The education and sports reporters are really to blame here.

            Sorry, I’ll stop. I will say, from a traffic/ ad revenue standpoint, this map was a great idea. Also the other comments are great reading material. Better than subscribing to FreedomWorks.

          2. Happy to read you’ll stop, dolty,
            since you are not very good at counterpoint.

            Yes, do go back to brown-nosing your bosses at the Journal News.

            Are they cowering under their desks yet?

            HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

            Ain’t it lovely, how those who dish it out, can’t take it?

          3. I truly hope some day soon
            I truly hope some day soon someone posts information about you on a map to “mark” you because you don’t follow the perverse teachings of socialists scum. I truly do. Then MAYBE you’ll finally get a clue. Remove your head from your ass.

        1. rules? in a knife fight?
          This about says it all:

          [Harvey has challenged Butch to fight for control of the Hole-in-the-Wall gang]
          Harvey Logan: Guns or knives?
          Butch Cassidy: Neither?
          Harvey Logan: Pick!
          Butch Cassidy: I don’t want to shoot with you, Harvey.
          Harvey Logan: [draws a big knife] Anything you say, Butch.
          [Butch walks over to Sundance]
          Butch Cassidy: [in a low voice] Maybe there’s a way to make a profit in this. Bet on Logan.
          Sundance Kid: I would, but who’d bet on you?
          Harvey Logan: Sundance, when we’re done and he’s dead, you’re welcome to stay.
          Butch Cassidy: [low voice, to Sundance] Listen, I don’t mean to be a sore loser, but when it’s done, if I’m dead, kill him.
          Sundance Kid: [low voice to Butch] Love to.
          [waves to Harvey and smiles]
          Butch Cassidy: No, no, not yet. Not until me and Harvey get the rules straightened out.
          Harvey Logan: Rules? In a knife fight? No rules!
          [Butch immediately kicks Harvey in the groin]
          Butch Cassidy: Well, if there aint’ going to be any rules, let’s get the fight started. Someone count. 1,2,3 go.
          Sundance Kid: [quickly] 1,2,3, go!
          [Butch knocks Harvey out]
          Flat Nose Curry: I was really rooting for you, Butch.
          Butch Cassidy: Well, thank you, Flatnose. That’s what sustained me in my time of trouble.

        2. Who started this, you dolt?
          ————why a map and personal phone numbers?

          Obviously you are either one of those (ha, ha, ha) whose name and address and phone number are on Bob’s very wonderful list, or ……… you are truly a dolt.

          Either way, enjoy the tit for tat. Lovely, ain’t it?

          BTW, Einstein, look up the word ‘harassment’ – your bosses at the Journal News started the harassment.

          Again, enjoy the turnabout is fair play aspect of Bob’s wonderful map.

          1. Thanks from Illinois…
            Great work! In Illinois, our Atty Genl has pushed publication of the state residents who hold a ‘FOID or Firearms Owners ID card’ (whether they own or not) in the past.

            You have provided us with a great method of retaliation when they try to resurrect this ‘practice’ when she becomes Governor of this corrupt and bankrupt state!

          2. Bob…it’s very confusing…
            when there is an Anonymous who appears to be from the Journal News and posting on the side of the invaders of privacy and an Anonymous in Illinois and an Anonymous in New Rochelle who is with those who are against the invaders of privacy in the Journal News.

            So anyone can post as ‘anonymous’? I didn’t realize that.

            Dear Anonymous who lives in New Rochelle and is against what the Journal News did: you might want to identify yourself as Anonymous #1, so your posts can be differentiated from the Journal News moles and cowards on this board.

          3. Why Anonymous
            As a rule only registered users can comment on Talk of the Sound.

            From time to time we have a story where we get a lot of people who are not regular readers and not likely to become regular readers of Talk of the Sound.

            When that happens I will temporarily lift the restiuctions as I have done in this case.

          4. Why Anonymous
            As a rule only registered users can comment on Talk of the Sound.

            From time to time we have a story where we get a lot of people who are not regular readers and not likely to become regular readers of Talk of the Sound.

            When that happens I will temporarily lift the restiuctions as I have done in this case.

    2. People don’t fear inanimate
      People don’t fear inanimate objects like guns, MORONS and criminals do!

      Hell yes it’s vengefull. What the marxist RETARDS at that paper did is disgusting and they deserve to be punished for it.

      1. honesty
        I like the honesty. This was done for vengeance and likely to incite harassment. I’ll give Bob a break and say maybe it was legitimately meant to prove a point and just with a disregard for the possible harassment it may incite since they brought it upon themselves. (even though it is hard to argue that every Journal News employee deserved to be punished)

        I hate those marxists too. We should have a map of all of them. I fear that this county, dare I say this state, is full of them.

        1. Morality and High Mindedness
          It would be entirely wrong to swat the major editors and reporters of this rag, entirely wrong.

          1. I don’t think so…
            I don’t see why they should be excluded from the map – maybe it will help convince them to keep their dogs on a tighter leash. The Journal certainly didn’t make any distinctions about who they included on THEIR map – it’s not like they only showed ‘bad/dangerous’ gun owners. This map simply replaced the broad ‘gun owners’ data with ‘Journal Employees’ data – aside from that I see no difference. This is just an example to help them understand the concept that even if something is a matter of public record, that doesn’t mean broadcasting it or highlighting it in a full-frontal public display is a good idea.

    3. Turnabout.
      When I initially saw this story, my thought was:

      Posting this info seems vengeful, ignores some of the nuance of the debate and is likely to lead to harassment.

      So i must conclude that you are a woefully un-self-aware dumb shit.

      1. turnabout
        Is turnabout really always fair play? Besides my point that it isn’t quite a 1:1 comparison, most of us learned in elementary school/ church/ anywhere they teach this stuff that an “eye for an eye” philosophy isn’t that great.

          1. nah
            I swear I am not at all affiliated with the Journal News which is even better because I can take the moral high ground and judge both sides. Self-righteousness is very enjoyable.

        1. Fair Play?
          Uh, an ‘eye for an eye’ is quite effective, which is why in certain circumstances it is entirely appropriate.

          The press, in this instance, has deemed it fair play to alert the public to the addresses of individuals who own guns. Likewise, let them explain why it is not fair for others to publish their own personal information.

          They are being schooled with the effects of their own ‘logic’ and ‘reasoning’.

          Entirely appropriate.

    4. effort at reasonableness
      If the debate where being held in an elementary school style, many, if not all, of the actions/comments on the anti-selfdefense side of the arguement would be deemed inappropriate or ad hominem attacks on the pro-selfdefense side. This is nothing more, nor nothing less, than giving the anti-selfdefense side a taste–not the entire menu of crap-ola that they dish out–of their own medicine.

      The spite and vitrol being expressed by the journo-list list wannabes of the Journal News on this topic lets me know they aren’t intelligent, unbiased, or capable of empathy for those they don’t understand. I wouldn’t trust them to babysit my kids.

      1. Of course they’re not…
        they are morons interested only in eyeballs and selling their rag and convincing morons to PAY them to read their tripe on the lohud site.

        They are cowards and cretins.

        Can we get their map url shut down?

        Any ideas?

        The back and forth insults are fine, but we need a plan of action.

        I want to see their filthy map site shut down.

    5. I BET your name was not on the list
      You would feel differently if your name was on the list. I think the Journal news is wrong for what they have done. I cancelled my newspaper from them and I advised my family to do so too, and they are too. All my family members have been getting the Journal News for all long as can remember.

    6. I BET your name was not on the list
      You would feel differently if your name was on the list. I think the Journal news is wrong for what they have done. I cancelled my newspaper from them and I advised my family to do so too, and they are too. All my family members have been getting the Journal News for all long as can remember.

    7. I fear homes with dumbasses.
      I fear homes with dumbasses. Please let me know your address so I can ignore it.

      Funny how libs whine when their little baby games are flipped back on them.

    8. What was immature is the newspaper posting what they did.
      Abject fear is what drove them to post the gun owners information.

      Who fears homes with guns? Why would you? Are you afraid the owner will shoot you? If so why are you at there house anyways? I know all the people when I frequent there house. If I was worried about them I wouldn’t be there in the first place.

      I am more worried about the idiots driving down the street junked out on something or on the cell phone then I am worried about someone who by mistake shoots me with a gun in there home.

      Knee jerk, someone crazed kills people so lets just go off deep end.

      It begins with something that holds 15 rounds then it is 10 then 5.

      Next thing is you need to be a damn good shot with 1 bullet cause it will be all they allow you to have. Of course you have to be registered, huge fees, multiple continuing education classes, psych profiles completed and a physical before you can own a gun.

      So when the criminal who cares nothing of all the rules above takes his gun and breaks in rapes and kills your family. Oh not to mention the tyranny of the government and the secondary if not primary need to own a weapon for defense.

      At least we got the legal guns off the street!

    9. Let’s be consistent
      Of course, you immediately wrote a protest to the Journal News when they published their map? Somehow I think not.

    1. Good for you, Anonymous, if only…
      this would get the airplay the original map did.

      How about the NRA, did anyone contact them? I wonder what their take on this will be?

  13. Well done
    Perhaps after a few thousand people have viewed their homes and neighborhoods they will understand why what they did was unacceptable.

  14. Don’t post thier address to craigslist. Don’t do it.
    Do NOT post a yard sale advertisement on Craigslist. That would be wrong.

    Do NOT post a hooker advertisement on Craigslist. That would be wrong.

  15. Nicole Futterman
    Nicole M Futterman
    Claim & Edit
    Save Address to Mailer

    Home (845) 638-2437

    19 E Cavalry Dr

    New City, NY 10956-5217
    Age: 45-49
    Associated: Jeff C Futterman

  16. Journal News Reporters
    Thank goodness none of these “reporters or editors” live near me.

    I’d have to consider moving out of town.

  17. No guns at these addresses?
    So there are no guns at these addresses? None at all? The only defense they have are knives, maybe mace and cops that might show up in 10 -20 minutes?

  18. No guns at these addresses?
    So there are no guns at these addresses? None at all? The only defense they have are knives, maybe mace and cops that might show up in 10 -20 minutes?

  19. 2 Q’s
    Which of these personel is on the gun owners list?

    who wrote and aproved the publication of the gun owners list?

  20. 2 Q’s
    Which of these personel is on the gun owners list?

    who wrote and aproved the publication of the gun owners list?

  21. Their Tweets, very telling
    Thank you for posting this information. I’ve been reading some of their Twitter feeds and it seems obvious that they are just using Sandy Hook as an excuse to push their agendas.

    This guy seems particularly classless but I imagine that he giggled when he wrote them.

    Herb Pinder
    Opinion Page Editor
    The Journal News/LoHud.com
    https://twitter.com/herbpinderNY

    Herb Pinder‏@herbpinderNY
    ICUMI. Editorial: The NRA chief took the week off after Sandy Hook. It was time spent reloading. http://lohud.us/W27GfW

    Herb Pinder‏@herbpinderNY
    Scientists can’t predict who will be the next Adam Lanza, but public records will tell you where the (legal) guns are. http://lohud.us/UmGRXy

      1. How do you figure?
        BILL NUMBER:S2488B

        TITLE OF BILL:
        An act
        to amend the penal law, in relation to pistol permit privacy

        PURPOSE:
        To require that when a person, other than law enforcement, requests a
        search of the pistol or revolver automated listing under the Freedom
        of Information Law (FOIL) that it is limited to a search by specific
        name………………………

        Not sure how this does not indicate that they broke the law. The bill says that you can request such information for a SPECIFIC person, not a broad geographic area.

  22. Mr. Cox, I Live Here …
    Unlike, I suspect, most of the people leaving comments here, I actually live in New Rochelle and sometimes come to Talk of the Sound to find out what’s going on locally. What lohud did was of questionable judgment, but two wrongs hardly make a right.

    Did you consider that some unglued person might actually use this information to “punish” the journalists? And kissing up to the right-wing whackjob who writes Instapundit? Seriously?

    Friendly advice: You might want to consider your regular readership base here in southern Westchester and maintain some distance from the guns, God and gays crowd.

    1. So what do you suggest?
      How do we get the Journal News invasion of privacy map site shut down?

      Any constructive ideas?

    2. The courage of anonymity
      Hey, Anonymous:

      When you come out from the shadows and sign your name to the crap you want to spin, then you can call law professors like Glen Reynolds, the editor of Insatpundit, any name you want.

      In the meantime, STFU and grow a pair.

      You couldn’t carry his lunch.

    3. Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right
      Do you mean that Mr. Cox should have given the Journal staff the same courtesy and respect to privacy that the Journal showed law abiding permit holders? Isn’t that just what he did? Sometimes you have to finally stand up for what is morally right. And sometimes that action, however distasteful it may seem to you at the time; might be exactly what it will take to open the eyes of the offender. I applaud Mr. Cox for taking a stand.

    4. I live here
      “Friendly advice: You might want to consider your regular readership base here in southern Westchester and maintain some distance from the guns, God and gays crowd.”
      COMING FROM A FAR LEFTY< IT"S NEVER FRIENDLY! HYPOCRITE ...

    5. I live here
      “Friendly advice: You might want to consider your regular readership base here in southern Westchester and maintain some distance from the guns, God and gays crowd.”
      COMING FROM A FAR LEFTY< IT"S NEVER FRIENDLY! HYPOCRITE ...

    6. Are You for real ???
      Mr Cox are you for real…

      From your Posting you are really as about as Far Left as the News Paper that published the List…

      Let me inform you of something dummy…
      They put a whole lot of Law Abiding peoples lifes in Danger…

      Next time you go outside take a look around…
      I have Many, Many Friends that also live there
      and all of them Have Gun Permit/Concealed Carry…
      You live in a Far Left Fantasy World…

      This a typical Far left response to any time the Truth comes up and smacks them across the Brain Case…

  23. You have a right not to like guns but I have a right to have one
    Thank You Sir for your service to the online truth,guns are not the problem. Goes to show you not all lawyers are bad or politicians. I hope the people “A##holes” at the Journal News get a clue the Pen and the press can be used by others. I do not believe in Blind open news coverage somethings should not be open to the public, shown online or that You have a right to know. The left wing party line has been pushed in our faces for to long, sometimes people do not have a right even a need to know!.Like embedded news reporters in a war zone that’s been a bad idea since day one.

  24. Two wrong’s don’t make a right.
    Careful about escalation, here, kids. Many of you just might get what you asked for.

    You’d best be ready, willing and able to muster on the commons w/ your weapons.

    Honestly, I’m impatient to see that day, myself, but I know the costs. Make absolutely certain that you, individually, are willing and able to pay the price of freedom. It doesn’t come cheap.

  25. Not feeling sorry one bit……
    The Journal News had no regard for LEGAL, LICENCED and LAW ABIDING citizen’s well being when they published the data. What value does this serves other than stigmatizing a neighbor as the “bad man with the gun” or making them targets of gun thieves. I can tell you no one I know had “public interest” to see this data. I usually look at readers comments that go with online articles, and those related to the tragedy at Newtown CT were chock full of wishes of bodily harm and death to gun owners and the NRA members.

    Now a map of known drug dealers and gang members would be nice. But I bet they’ll never do that.

    1. “The bad man with a gun”?
      No, the worst of it is that the map identifies the dummy next door without a gun.

      1. You’re looking through the wrong lenses
        The JN did this to expose licensed gun owners. Since rifles and shotguns are possessed w/o licenses and are far more common than handguns, homes not on the list are still a big mystery to criminals. But your point is well taken, flip a coin for the bad guy whether there is an armed homeowner or not.

  26. Outstanding response to…
    a terrible injustice by the Journal News! I wonder if they like how this feels? To compare legal gun permit holders to the lunatics that have either stolen (after murdering the owners) or obtained by illegal methods the firearms to carry out these horrific murders is a travesty in the highest order.

    Linked and republished to http://americanintelligence.us/index.php?/blog/1/entry-20630-turn-about-is-fair-play/ to help spread the word.

    Good job!

  27. Time For A Drive-by
    No, NOT the Calif kind. Those who have the time and petrol, just drive-by one or two of these Journalist’s addresses SLOWLY and GAWK HARD!! Don’t stop, that would be loitering. A parade of GAWKERs would be great, make sure they see you. How about doing it at getting home from work time. See how they like being GAWKED at…

  28. Lots of stuff their readers want to know.
    I would be interested to know where the staff of the newspaper shops for groceries, what local gas stations they use, are their children involved in any after school activities, if so, which ones and where do they take place, do they go to the theater?, if so which one. clothing sizes, type of vehicles and licence plate numbers, where do they park when they are at work. and on and on and on. yep, lots of interesting stuff i would like to know about the papers staff.

  29. Property Records
    Can you not check online county property records, for at least those who own property? In my part of the country, the local newspaper was going to publish an article covering issues between homeowners and the city codes dept. The reporter wanted to interview me and said she could use my (and my wife’s) name without our permission since it was public record. So all anyone had to do was get on the county property records site, put in both our names, and viola’, there was our property address. Within 24 hours after the article was published, our house was vandalized, including our “neighbors” trying to steal our fireplace mantel right off the wall (it was stashed on the front porch apparently waiting for the culprits to bring back a truck to get it). Thank god my guns were locked up.

  30. Anjanette I Delgado
    2663

    Anjanette I Delgado
    2663 Heath Ave #18B
    Bronx, NY 10463

    Colin S Gustafson
    Long Island City, NY

    Laura A Incalcaterra
    West Nyack, NY

    James C Kwasnik
    2 Berry Ln
    Hicksville, NY 11801

    Ken Valenti
    2315 Memorial Ct
    Atco, NJ 08004

  31. Lots of minorities working
    Lots of minorities working there.
    I wonder why Libs never follow there own rules?

  32. Robert Brum
    Northern

    Robert Brum
    Northern Westchester News Manager
    The Journal News/LoHud.com
    Home (845) 354-0243
    6 Oak Ridge Rd
    Pomona, NY 10970-2716

  33. Robert Brum
    Northern

    Robert Brum
    Northern Westchester News Manager
    The Journal News/LoHud.com
    Home (845) 354-0243
    6 Oak Ridge Rd
    Pomona, NY 10970-2716

  34. Dwight Worley has a permit!
    Journal News reporter Dwight R. Worley owns a Smith & Wesson 686 .357 Magnum and has had a residence permit in New York City for that weapon since February 2011.

    Dwight R Worley
    23006 139 Ave
    Springfield Gardens, NY 11413
    But you might want to call him first to let him know you’ll be dropping in: (718) 527-0832 

    1. Dropping in? Who would want
      Dropping in? Who would want to do that? It’s like the pedophile’s girlfriend; she’s there to do certain tasks for him and help him, just like these reporters help the Journal News. It’s good to know how to steer clear of such people, but that’s the point: steering clear. You don’t actually go TO pedophiles’ houses and “drop in” on them. Unless you’re really messed up!

  35. Never get a “licensed” gun if you expect privacy.
    Journal News certainly did nothing illegal by publishing public information, so be careful that you obtain journalist addresses through public records before publishing. I do agree that it was an irresponsible move on the paper’s part and this here blog is a hillarious outcome of that decision. The lesson for me is to never get licensed to carry; illegal firearms are the only way to go to assure your freedom to defend against an overbearing government.

  36. Criminals now know who does NOT own guns too! HA HA HA!
    On the bright side, now all the criminals know what houses do NOT have guns..

    Enjoy it, criminals! You now have a target list thanks to misguided liberal media!

  37. Criminals now know who does NOT own guns too! HA HA HA!
    On the bright side, now all the criminals know what houses do NOT have guns..

    Enjoy it, criminals! You now have a target list thanks to misguided liberal media!

  38. More Info!
    For someone who would like to take the time, consult PUBLICDATA.COM and discover the sordid backgrounds of each and every one of them…

  39. even though this information
    even though this information about the permit holders is a matter of public record there is still a reasonable expectation of privacy under the 5th amendment to the Constitution of the United States. we know that the writer of the original article owns a 357 magnum and has a permit to carry…why wasn’t his information in the article as well? oh yeah that’s because he is a liberal and thinks its ok for him to own a fire arm but not the rest of the public. all he accomplished was making unarmed people targets and gave criminals a map to any house they choose…really intelligent…i hope that these people who have been targeted by this writer and his entire news staff are sued in a class-action law suit for violation of their 4th amendment rights.

    1. sorry that should have
      sorry that should have read….reasonable expectation of privacy under the 4th amendment…not the 5th.

      1. Gun owner
        So…just out of curiosity was the reporter’s name and address on the map they released or did the paper keep their own employees off it????

        1. Retired Marine…
          They kept the people on their Staff with permits off their postings…

          I think what that Comedian said is true…
          Sorry, There Is No Cure For Stupid…

          They seem to have Forgotten who gave them
          and protects their right to even be in Business…
          ie: The Armed Citizen…

          Thomas Jefferson a past US President and also a Founding Father of the US Constitution…
          “No Free Man Shall Ever Be Debarred The Use Of Arms

  40. Nice list.
    The Transterrestrial space blog brought me here.

    Great slap back to the lamestream, these flower thumping idiots can now feel safer that their right opinion is known.

  41. Where is the info for Rob Cox?
    I’d also like the addresses of his family members and loved ones. Because this is all so harmless.

    1. Anonymous, are you writing
      Anonymous, are you writing the Journal News, who started the whole “outing” thing, so that they will desist? Because if not, it seems you are blowing hot air on yourself and no one else is fooled.

  42. Journalism
    This is something I posted elsewhere but the comment fits here as well regarding the media:
    “” The response from gun owners was angry and chilling. Some of them posted the names, addresses and phone numbers of editors, the publisher and reporters at the Journal News”” – Susan Milligan.
    So let me get this straight if law abiding gun owners post personal info on journalists it is angry and chilling but if law abiding journalists post personal info about gun owners it is responsible journalism? Double standard much? No wonder people think journalists are scum. And please don’t tell me that the paper posting gun owner info wasn’t an intimidation tactic to try and cow people from buying guns. Journalists disgust me more than politicians and that is saying something.

      1. Don’t care if it’s wrong number
        Maybe the phone books and 411 are wrong. I’m going to keep calling and bothering this guy all week.
        Even if he doesn’t work at the newspaper, chances are he is black and liberal, and he lives in New York.
        That’s enough reason to keep bothering him and his kids.

  43. Map
    Nice map and good work.

    May I kindly suggest you correlate the information from the newspaper report to prominently list those without gun permits. Certainly they would want the whole world to know they do not own any handguns that could be used to defend their homes.

    1. Gannett Bord of Directors owners of Journal News
      Gannett Board of Directors

      Marjorie Magner
      Chairman, Gannett Co., Inc. Managing partner, Brysam Global Partners, a private equity firm investing in financial services with a focus on consumer opportunities.
      Board committees: Audit; Executive; Executive Compensation.
      Other directorships: Accenture, Ally Financial, Inc.
      Age 62.

      Gracia C. Martore
      President and CEO. Formerly president and chief operating officer, Gannett Co., Inc. (2010-2011); Executive vice president and chief financial officer, Gannett Co., Inc. (2006-2010); Senior vice president and chief financial officer, Gannett Co., Inc. (2003-2006).
      Board committees: Executive; Transformation.
      Other directorships: FM Global; MeadWestvaco Corporation.
      Age 60.
      John E. Cody
      John E. Cody
      Former executive vice president and chief operating officer of Broadcast Music, Inc.
      Board committees: Audit; Executive.
      Other directorships: Tennessee Performing Arts Center.
      Age 65.
      Howard D. Elias
      Howard D. Elias
      President and chief operating officer, EMC Information Infrastructure and Cloud Services, Executive Office of the Chairman.
      Board committees: Executive Compensation; Transformation.
      Age 54.
      Arthur H. Harper
      Arthur H. Harper
      Managing partner, GenNx360 Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on business-to-business companies.
      Board committees: Executive Compensation; Nominating and Public Responsibility.
      Other directorships: Monsanto Company.
      Age 56.
      John Jeffry Louis
      John Jeffry Louis
      Co-founder and former chairman, Parson Capital Corporation.
      Board committees: Audit; Transformation.
      Other directorships and trusteeships: S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.; Johnson Financial Group; Northwestern University; Chicago Council on Global Affairs; and a commissioner of the U.S./U.K. Fulbright Commission.
      Age 49.
      Scott K. McCune
      Scott K. McCune
      Vice president and director, Integrated Marketing, The Coca-Cola Company.
      Board committees: Nominating and Public Responsibility; Transformation.
      Age 55.
      Duncan M. McFarland
      Duncan M. McFarland
      Retired chairman and chief executive officer, Wellington Management Company, LLP.
      Board committees: Audit; Executive; Executive Compensation.
      Other directorships: NYSE Euronext, Inc.; and The Asia Pacific Fund, Inc., a closed-end registered investment company traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
      Age 68.
      Susan Ness
      Susan Ness
      Principal, Susan Ness Strategies, a communications policy consulting firm.
      Board committee: Nominating and Public Responsibility.
      Other directorships: J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board; Vital Voices Global Partnership.
      Age 63.
      Neal Shapiro
      Neal Shapiro
      President and CEO, WNET.org.
      Board committees: Nominating and Public Responsibility; Transformation.
      Other directorships and trusteeships: American Public Television; Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE); and the Board of Trustees, Tufts University and the alumni board of Communications and Media Studies program, Tufts University.
      Age 53.

  44. KUDOS, Bob…..
    btw, getting into your site is taking some time, which means you’re getting lots and lots and lots of eyeballs, right? Any chance of getting the invasion of privacy url shut down?

    YOUR wonderful, excellent, brilliant map is almost getting as much press as the original invasion of privacy map, keep up the good work:

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/blogger-retaliates-against-paper-that-published-gun-owner-addresses-by-creating-interactive-map-of-its-employees/

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/27/blogger-journal-news-addresses-gun-owners_n_2369750.html?utm_hp_ref=media

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journalism/2012/12/27/Map-of-Gun-Owners-How-About-a-Map-of-Newspaper-Employees

    1. lots of traffic
      We are just a humble little hyper-local news site that gets about 2,000 readers a day (not a lot but we are the most read media outlet in New Rochelle, including by the way the Journal News/lohud.com).

      As you can see from this chart we have been getting about 2,000 visitors an hour — so yes that is a great deal of traffic for us.

      http://www.sitemeter.com/?a=stats&s=s50talknewrochelle&r=35

  45. Now hit up the DMV
    Send a records request to the DMV for their registered vehicles so they know what it is like to have personal property along side their address and name posted on the internet.

  46. Now hit up the DMV
    Send a records request to the DMV for their registered vehicles so they know what it is like to have personal property along side their address and name posted on the internet.

  47. addies
    ..most of these guys are actually more likely to be found down on the east side sukking kokk for twenty bucks, than at their home addresses.

    1. “Anonymous” is a Journal news Employee
      Please stop posting, it isn’t working. Only a Journal News employee would make these posts to try and discredit honest outrage at your papers irresponsible act. Yours are the postings of a liberal posing as a pro 2nd amendment poster.

  48. Get the “news” media scum
    Good work brother! We must make life as uncomfortable as possible for those in the “news” media that want to deny us our most basic civil liberties.

    1. We’ve got the addresses, now lets harass the news media
      I agree. People who work in the “news” define civil liberties as two queers getting “married” and giving it to each other up the butt, or killing unborn babies.

      It’s going to be fun to watch the harassment the liberal “news” reporters are now going to endure.

    2. We’ve got the addresses, now let’s harass the news media
      I agree. People who work in the “news” define civil liberties as two queers getting “married” and giving it to each other up the butt, or killing unborn babies.

      It’s going to be fun to watch the harassment the liberal “news” reporters are now going to endure.

  49. Question
    Obviously if the Journal News’s map generates harassment or even physical violence, they bear some responsibility.

    If the same occurs because of this map, does the “they did it first excuse” really make up for it?

    Many of the journalists whose names were published presumably have nothing to do with the article and also have families at home. Come on.

    The “they shouldn’t have published” crowd had a ton of sympathy in the media and a stunt like this, while interesting and driving a ton of traffic, takes away some of the moral high-ground they had before. In the short term I’m sure the Journal editors are annoyed but for every crazy that uses this list to harass them, or god forbid worse, likely convinces them to keep categorizing gun owners and supporters in one crazy, vengeful basket.

    1. No, it doesn’t. The moral
      No, it doesn’t. The moral high ground never addresses anything as well as CONSEQUENCES, which are becoming less and less in this day and age. We need more consequences, less lip-flapping.

    2. It doesn’t matter how they
      It doesn’t matter how they categorize gun owners and supporters. “They” didn’t care before, and if they care now it’s only because “they” have faced some consequences. It’s certainly not because anyone lectured them about the moral high ground. Get real.

    3. reply to letsbefair,
      You can

      reply to letsbefair,
      You can pound sand. This isn’t the first time some flaming liberal rag has done this. The difference this time, is that the SAME tactic, and hopefully, more intense tactics, will be used against the very scum at Journal News. Other users here are right, scrounge every database available and post every intimate detail about every employee at Journal News, vehicles, mortgage info, financial holding, summer homes, political associations, and even their children’s schools. MAYBE then, the A-holes will think twice before doing this again.

    4. many of the journalists
      yes many of those journalists had nothing to do with this reporting, and so was all those people whose name/add were given out, they to have families at home{ kids }they to deserve to be respected and have privacy, so how does it feel to be wearing our shoes now? not funny right, hope this is the beginning of pay back time

      1. question stands
        And if violence against one of them breaks out, is that still ok? Is the payback worth it if someone gets hurt?

        I don’t work for the Journal or know anybody that does but I do know what professionalism looks like.

        I wonder if I am just speaking too myself but I am commenting because I hope deep down many of you realize that there is a problem with mutually assured destruction and hope none of you teach this lesson to your kids if you have any.

        1. Teach My Children Well
          The lesson I would teach my kids is that it’s appropriate to stand up to bullies, especially when they’re trying to intimidate you. And sometimes that requires giving them exactly what they dished out first.

          You ask, “If violence against one of them breaks out, is that still ok?”

          But I’ll bet you didn’t ask that same question to anybody at the Journal News, did you … even though they struck first.

          If I’m right, I suggest you examine your own morality and ask yourself why you have more contempt for the man who stands up to the bully than the bully himself.

    5. What?
      Do you realize how stupid your comment sounds??

      You are concerned about the ‘innocent’ workers at an out-of-control unprofessional newspaper trying to gain notoriety to improve political visibility and profitability (likely not so innocent since they choose to work in the sewer with the rest of the rats and gladly accept their salaries) as opposed to those innocent, law-abiding citizens who have now been exposed to who knows what risks by this irresponsible toilet paper passing as a newspaper.

      You cannot have it both ways and the greater good outweighs the fewer need. They exposed a lot more innocent people for profit and deserve the ramifications. They can quit this rag sheet on principle and they will have recovered some respect but as long as they work for this journalistic cesspool they suffer the consequences of their employer’s actions. Happens to all of us. Ask those folks at Enron, Countrywide, Merril-Lynch, AIG, WW TElecom, to name a few companies wehre employees took it in the butt because of their employer.

      DON’T DEFEND THE INDEFENSIBLE

    6. What?
      Do you realize how stupid your comment sounds??

      You are concerned about the ‘innocent’ workers at an out-of-control unprofessional newspaper trying to gain notoriety to improve political visibility and profitability (likely not so innocent since they choose to work in the sewer with the rest of the rats and gladly accept their salaries) as opposed to those innocent, law-abiding citizens who have now been exposed to who knows what risks by this irresponsible toilet paper passing as a newspaper.

      You cannot have it both ways and the greater good outweighs the fewer need. They exposed a lot more innocent people for profit and deserve the ramifications. They can quit this rag sheet on principle and they will have recovered some respect but as long as they work for this journalistic cesspool they suffer the consequences of their employer’s actions. Happens to all of us. Ask those folks at Enron, Countrywide, Merrill-Lynch, AIG, WW Telecom, to name a few companies where employees took it in the butt because of their employer.

      DON’T DEFEND THE INDEFENSIBLE

    7. What?
      Do you realize how stupid your comment sounds??

      You are concerned about the ‘innocent’ workers at an out-of-control unprofessional newspaper trying to gain notoriety to improve political visibility and profitability (likely not so innocent since they choose to work in the sewer with the rest of the rats and gladly accept their salaries) as opposed to those innocent, law-abiding citizens who have now been exposed to who knows what risks by this irresponsible toilet paper passing as a newspaper.

      You cannot have it both ways and the greater good outweighs the fewer need. They exposed a lot more innocent people for profit and deserve the ramifications. They can quit this rag sheet on principle and they will have recovered some respect but as long as they work for this journalistic cesspool they suffer the consequences of their employer’s actions. Happens to all of us. Ask those folks at Enron, Countrywide, Merrill-Lynch, AIG, WW Telecom, to name a few companies where employees took it in the butt because of their employer.

      DON’T DEFEND THE INDEFENSIBLE

  50. this is great!
    I’m right in front of Liz’s house right now. Google Maps shows me exactly which house is hers. It looks like they use the side door a lot.

  51. Names
    I LOVE this. I went one step further. Names of officers of owner of TJN
    Gannett Publishing
    7950 Jones Branch Dr
    McLean VA 22107-0910:

    CEO Gracie Martore age 60
    CFO Paul N. Saleh age 55 Sr V.P.
    V.P. George Gavagan- Chief Acct. Off
    Sr.V.P. William A. Behan age 53 Labor Relations
    Sr.V.P. Maryam Banikasim age 43 Marketing

    And since Gannett is a publicly traded company, the Board of Directors are:
    John E. Cody
    Howard D. Elias
    Arthur H. Harper
    John Jeffery Louis
    Marjorie Magner-Chairman
    Gracie C Martore
    Scott K. McCune
    Duncan M. McFarland
    Susan Ness
    Neal Shapiro

  52. Thanks
    Thanks for doing the ‘turn a put is fair play’ thing. You know there is a movie out,” Murder By Proxy: How America went Postal”. It talks about what could cause something like these mass shootings to be happening. They don’t want people to think about what could cause this, only that it happened. It’s not the guns.

  53. serves them right
    They hate it when tables r turned. One has a cousin that is whinning on twitter that he is innocent and to. Please stop posting their private info. Well now, I think all those gun owners were innocent but the liberal lunatics thought it was okay to publish their private info. What’s good for the gander is good for the goose. They are not elite like they believe, in fact no better than anyone else. At least the criminals know where the gun free zones are. Easy pickins as they say.

  54. Bob calling the kettle black
    Bob has done the same kind of “journalism” as was done in the JN many many times by publishing names and private information of innocent people as if they were somehow connected to crimes that had nothing to do with them. And you wonder why no one takes you seriously as a “journalist” Bob? You’re no better than the people you call out here. You are much, much worse.

    1. Point taken but you are still illogical
      True, the blogger used the same tactic as this muckraking left-wing toilet paper passing for a newspaper but in the face of their 1st Amendment rights there is only one way to sustain some element of control and that is to apply the 1st Amendment equally so thus the blogger exercised his right to free speech and press as a defense to a totally outrageous expression of the press that is likely without precedent.

      The newspaper deserved the left hook for the below the belt punch they served on law-abiding citizens who have had their privacy and personal security invaded for profit and political gain. Screw that newspaper and all who work there who support this kind disgusting journalism.

      Time for them to feel the same as those they hurt or they will just continue to inflict their violations of individual rights in the face of a bastardized interpretation of the Constitution that they have no responsibility for what they write or broadcast.

      What would you propose? A violent response? A passive laizze faire attitude like most ignorant liberals? OR this very appropriate tactic to let the media know there are repercussions and consequences so they should behave responsibly and respectfully.

  55. Curious
    Dwight R. Worley is credited as the author of the article where the interactive map of gun owner’s homes was published. The Journal has already disclosed that Mr. Worley has a gun permit, but strangely enough, the map he published doesn’t include a marker for his own address at 230-6 139th Ave in Queens. I wonder why.

    1. I had the same question
      Has anyone requested the same information that Journal-News requested and checked it against the information they posted. I’m curious if they have not post themselves, family, friends, body guards.etc.

      1. There are legal harassment measures you can take
        Have you emailed, write, or called anyone one the Journal-News list?

  56. Thank you
    Thank you for doing this. Too often the left broadsides us with this kind of attack (and make no mistake, this was an attack) with no response from the right.

    Thank you for the response we were all wishing we could do.

  57. Article viewers from all over the country
    Wow this article is getting comments from nutjobs all over the country who have no idea they’re applauding the worst muckraking poor excuse for a journalist this side of the Mississippi. If you don’t like what the Journal News did, trust me you would not like what Bob does on a regular basis.

    1. hypocrite liberals
      Let me guess, you the one clapped loudest when the paper printed gun-owners private information to the public. How about it, Mr. Transparency, may we know your real name, address, and phone # while we are at it?

      1. No I do not agree
        I do not agree with what the Journal News did. Not at all. In fact I was the first one to alert my neighbors that they appeared on the map in case they wanted to try to take action. I live in New Rochelle though, and I see what Bob does on a regular basis. I will not give my name, but Bob has given my name before and a link to my facebook page because I was a friend of a drunk driver. I guess it’s nice to see he’s finally getting the attention he has always felt he deserves but believe me when I say you are patting the back of one of the very people you are angry at.

        1. turning the tables, its about time
          I frankly don’t care what the writer of this blog does on a daily basis as so many lament. The fact that he turned the tables on the grossly irresponsible behavior of that newspaper is fantastic. What that newspaper did was make free men and women who choose to exercise the rights, completely within the law, targets. They made them targets. Never mind that they just heightened the level of danger faced every day (and night, when most criminals choose to strike) of countless numbers of CHILDREN! Yes you fools, gun owners have children. Now their addresses are readily available to criminals. I just hope the journal reports on the citizens, at the addresses they published, who get victimized by crime now. I doubt it but in the meantime, they can sweat it out themselves…hope you like how it feels because whats good for the goose is good for the gander you pricks.

          1. That’s nice
            But it doesn’t change the fact that “making free men and women who choose to exercise the rights, completely within the law, targets” IS EXACTLY WHAT THE WRITER OF THIS BLOG DOES EVERY DAY! You are the fools who are being foolish by encouraging the very type of person you lament!

  58. A list for Parolees looking for a victim
    I’m sure that they’re all unarmed, and ripe for the plucking.

    I wonder if these people feel safer with their information pre-plotted for every blogger in the area?

  59. Fact Check
    I’m working on emailing everyone on the list this question: Did Journal-News publish 100% of all information requested? I want to know if Journal-News didn’t post themselves, family, friends, body guards.etc that was provided under the freedom of information act.

  60. HAHAHA Their turn!~
    I wonder if they like their new friends that are probably watching them@!~~ OMG, this is hillarious.

    Hope they sleep well at the pm!~

  61. Cross post?
    has anyone cross linked the list of gun owners with the list of the Journal News employees?

    Did the writers at the Journal News edit out their own names and the names of their friends from the gun owner list?

  62. Cross post?
    has anyone cross linked the list of gun owners with the list of the Journal News employees?

    Did the writers at the Journal News edit out their own names and the names of their friends from the gun owner list?

  63. Now if you would just publish
    Now if you would just publish a list of thier valuables, it would be complete!

  64. Next up: Organized boycotts of Lohud’s advertisers
    One of the other commenters asked what’s next.

    Next, it’s time to start organizing letter-writing campaigns and boycotts of Lohud’s advertisers, one-at-a-time.

    Until such time as they influence Lohud to take down the database, or withdraw their advertising funds.

    1. Who are the adverisers?
      Great Point, who has the list of advertisers? I just emailed everyone on the Journal-News list. Only 4 had non-delivery return. Either no one is emailing them or someone is monitoring all incoming emails. My question was: Did Journal-News publish 100% of all information requested? I want to know if Journal-News didn’t post themselves, family, friends, body guards.etc that was provided under the freedom of information act.

  65. Good Job!
    Its only fair that those who cast the first stone should know what it feels like when stuck in their own face. Give it all out…cars, property values, gun ownership (or NOT), etc… Let them know what it feels like to have their private lives opened up for criminals to size up.

    If there was such a thing as true justice, the first legally armed citizen victimized over this should have the right to “housecall” each person on the map of employees, starting with the newspaper’s owners and administrators!! Keep those addresses up, someone might need it one of these days!

    Good Job, Bob!

    1. Publish everything about them…
      Absolutely, publish anything and everything about those people, including known work hours and off days, habits, etc.

      Perhaps then they will enjoy the same angst as the others, whom they chose to expose in the first place.

      Great job, Bob!

  66. Good Job!
    Its only fair that those who cast the first stone should know what it feels like when stuck in their own face. Give it all out…cars, property values, gun ownership (or NOT), etc… Let them know what it feels like to have their private lives opened up for criminals to size up.

    If there was such a thing as true justice, the first legally armed citizen victimized over this should have the right to “housecall” each person on the map of employees, starting with the newspaper’s owners and administrators!! Keep those addresses up, someone might need it one of these days!

    Good Job, Bob!

  67. Thank you!
    Your turnabout was a deliciously-clever strike against the smug arrogance of the Journal News. I hope that they are all fuming.

    1. Expand it…..
      Let’s expand it to show those in the National Media who are hell-bent on destroying the country.
      ALL PUBLIC info!! map out their addresses on the net. Every single one of them.
      NBC,CBS,CNN,ABC, MSNBC, etc.

  68. Good Job!
    Its only fair that those who cast the first stone should know what it feels like when stuck in their own face. Give it all out…cars, property values, gun ownership (or NOT), etc… Let them know what it feels like to have their private lives opened up for criminals to size up.

    If there was such a thing as true justice, the first legally armed citizen victimized over this should have the right to “housecall” each person on the map of employees, starting with the newspaper’s owners and administrators!! Keep those addresses up, someone might need it one of these days!

    Good Job, Bob!

  69. Glad to help
    I think it’s completely pathetic for anyone to criticize what Mr Cox set out to do. How is this any different than what the Journal did?

    If the Journal employee’s are upset or even worried, than maybe they should take their map down and quit trying to name and shame lawful gun owners? There’s a bright idea.

    I was happy to help in the location of one of the employee’s and am working on more. Just like the Journal I am using ALL public information.

    Good for the goose? I think so

    1. Let’s start a fund….
      We should start a fund to help find more information about these Journal News employees AND those who live with them. Not children, but adults too. Who knows, they maybe dope-heads, or molesters. Count me in for $25.

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  70. Nothing Like the Freedom of Speech
    I was very impressed with the details of Robert Cox’s Blog about the Journal, I hope this will be an example to all the other liberal media outlets, that they shouldn’t through rocks when they live in glass houses. The report to show all the permitted gun owners in a specific area was down right vindictive and then use the excuse that the writer himself owns a pistol excuses this act of stupidity. I feel sorry for the citizens of New York having to stand in shadows, because of the political correctness.

    Leroy from Arizona

  71. Can somebody that knows google map mashups
    Combine, the Papers’ Gun Map List with those that contributed $$$ to Pre$ Obama’$ 2008 &/or 2012 Campaign’$ including the Voter reg info?

  72. About time!
    Great Job! It is about time someone turned the tables on these types of report(er)s. It is ashamed that our country has come to this but I think you truly deserve a medal for standing up to these people. Keep up the good work!!

  73. About time!
    Great Job! It is about time someone turned the tables on these types of report(er)s. It is ashamed that our country has come to this but I think you truly deserve a medal for standing up to these people. Keep up the good work!!

    1. Turnabout is fair play
      These media liberals destroyed my family because my Grandson, who was 18 when charged with this on-violent crime but is emotionally about 10-12 years old as diagnosed by at least 5 psychiatrists and has been under psychiatric and psychological care for over 10 years now was charged with a non-violent crime. Not convicted, but only charged. He now resides in jail awaiting trial (America: where you are presumed GUILTY until proven innocent) because we are too poor to post bond.
      Because of lies in the newspapers, we were evicted from our apartment even though the alleged “crime” didn’t occur in the village we lived in and none of us who lived in the apartment were ever charged with a crime.
      In fact, we are all law abiding citizens with my Father-in-law being a 31 year policeman, my wife’s uncle a 25 year detective who was #2 on his police force and personal friends of J. Edgar Hoover who has put over 500 violent criminals in prison. One murderer who was let out by a liberal judge on a mistrial was kept track of even after my wife’s uncle retired and his records helped to later convict him of another rape and murder of an elderly woman in another state because he never gave up on a case in his life. My wife’s Grandfather was a Circuit Court Judge as well as a Law Professor of high esteem.
      None of that mattered or was mentioned even ONCE by any of the newspapers or news programs. Only that my ex-son-in-law was a child rapist who is in prison (deservedly so) for 25 years for having raped and molested his girlfriend’s daughter from when she was 5 years old until she was 12 years old. He had at least 4 counts of rape in two counties in my state and one in another state. No mention in any article that he molested my own granddaughter. In fact the state refused to charge him because he didn’t rape her!!! But they tried to say that my Grandson learned from his Father (what he is supposed to have learned I have no idea since my Grandson never molested or raped a girl in his life and never even had a girlfriend until he was 19 years old because he is a computer and game system nerd) even though he hasn’t seen his Father since he was THREE YEARS OLD!
      That is not even yellow journalism, it is trial by accusation, not a jury of his peers.
      So I am well aware of how the liberal media destroys innocent people and families, just as the state and Federal government does. My Grandson will spend at least 6 months in jail before they conduct his trial because his bond is set at $100,000 (meaning he has to put up $10,000) while in the next village over from us two men raped a woman and a third watched them without trying to help her and they are all walking the streets today on reduced bonds ($300,000 each was reduced to $25,000 each meaning they had to put up $2,500 each). To add insult to injury, they then went back to court and had the judge rule that they did not have to wear ankle bracelets to keep track of their movements and she granted their petition!!! Yet detectives are investigating the possibility that they had raped other women in that same house previously, which is an ongoing investigation. There was virtually no media coverage of these events and what coverage there was had a positive vein to it in that it cited the academic and athletic achievements in high school and college of one of the guys as well as appearances by his State Representative on his behalf. Yet my grandson’s charges were covered by at least 50 papers and every local TV news program… even though they picked up this woman they raped at a restaurant in the village we lived in that is walking distance from our apartment and brought her back to their house to rape her.

    1. I leave that to someone else
      My goal was to counter-map the Journal News employees.

      That’s plenty of work for me.

      Others are free to do what they want — and can even link their efforts here.

  74. Just Remember
    For all those New Yorker’s out there. Remember, these people listed are very wealthy and don’t believe in home defense.

  75. Names & Addresses
    Putting up the names & addresses of legally licenses persons, Law Abiding, was grossly bad judgement. The intent of this is to discredit these people, and depict them as villians. Criminals can now use these to go steal guns and watch for survalence to rob the homes, knowing they will probably get a stash of guns. The newspaper editors are promoting an agenda, to villinize anyone who would own a gun. Disgusting, immoral, and could be deadly for these persons listed. Criminals use information like this to their advantage. I hope if anyone of these people are victimized, they will get enough in the lawsuit to close the paper down.

  76. Note to Robert Cox
    I am a proud gun owner. But, Robert, you do not represent me.

    The Journal News should not have published names and addresses. Nor should you.

    If you’re the adult in the room, you should have have thought before you hit enter. I urge you to stand down.

    Dan Clark

    1. Outting rats
      No, we need more people like Robert Cox. If your conscience prohibits you from outting rats then leave this site.

    2. Sigh x 1000
      Get a grip on yourself Clark. This is not a Ms. Manners column; your misplaced outrage is insulting.

      You may be a gun owner Clark, but you know nothing about warfare. Cox had the courage and backbone to act, and fight fire with fire, which is likely alot more than you are doing.

      If you can’t get behind your fellow man in this fight, then shut up and get out of the way.

      1. You’re right. Looks like Bob
        You’re right. Looks like Bob Cox (or should I say Robert A Cox) isn’t off limits, then.

    3. Turn about is fair play….
      and I can just feel the fear in people who post when the barrel gets turned at them! I like…..

    4. I represent me
      Dan,

      I agree that publishing personal details of Journal News employees and mapping the data is a terrible thing to do. I thought about it the moment their map was published (given the nature of my site I monitor all local media including the Journal News in real time). I thought about it on Christmas Eve, I thought about it on Christmas Day, my family debated it over Christmas Dinner. On the day after Christmas I saw that my readers had already begun on their own efforts through their own blog post and comments. I took it from there.

      I do not like the idea of mapping the personal details of Journal News employees but in my view it was the most effective and proportionate response to their map of pistol permit holders. While I am not on the map, many friends and neighbors are on the map and none of us like what the JN did. In my view it was an attempt by the paper to intimidate, harass and bully lawful pistol permit holders coupled with a grab for traffic to create interest after their web site instituted a pay-wall earlier this year.

      Given that a minority of lawful gun owners even have pistol permits and that those who own “illegal” guns do not tend to register for pistol permits this map singles out only those people who have applied for a permit, passed background checks, gotten training, add each new gun they acquire to their pistol license, patiently wait for any newly purchased gun to be added to their license, and otherwise abide by the law. The message seems to be “thank you for following the strict gun laws we have in NY, your reward is that we will do our best to shame you for doing that.”

      Whatever the paper might say, that they have featured letters thanking them because now parents will know where NOT to let their children play, is a true indication of their mindset — they want friends and neighbors to ostracize pistol permit holders and, by extension, gun owners.

      You are right, I do not speak for you. I see no where in this article that I have claimed to do so. I speak for myself.

      1. The crack in the Libery Bell just got bigger
        Robert, you forgot to add the Journal News DID NOT put the gun owner’s map and information behind their subscription pay-wall, but choose to publish it to the world.

  77. Sleazy news people
    Remember when the news people actually tried to present themselves as ethical people, LMAO.

  78. The irony
    An outstanding tactic to thwart this invasion of privacy by an out-of-control liberal fascist press. Next step is ‘outing’ all those who try and abrogate our Constitutional rights and laws that have been upheld by the Supreme Court and is the law of the land. The solution is clear. Address the woefully inadequate mental health treatment program. It was critically deconstructed 20 years ago by major pharmaceuticals who influenced the MH treatment community to treat virtually all as out patients so they could sell more psychotropic drugs. The APA is partially responsible by their definitions of mental illness. Finally health insurers must be forced to cover mental health treatment without exception or exclusion. Keep these facts in mind: firearms account for fewer deaths than alcohol, drugs, baseball bats, ladders, automobiles AND firearm deaths due to suicide far exceed criminal homicides AND anti-gun activists are pathological liars and require mental health treatment so let’s start with them because they are truly insane.

    1. Welp..
      westchester.blockshopp

      Welp..

      westchester.blockshopper.com/property/55-10-00-000-003-0941-000-014-0000/208_barnard/

      Looks like you should have waited to sell that house!

      1. Going to have to go with:
        12

        Going to have to go with:
        12 Sutton Manor Rd,
        New Rochelle, New York 10801

        Found some more outdated info, as well:
        Robert Andrew Cox
        208 Barnard Road
        New Rochelle, NY 10801
        United States
        914-834-6087
        rcox1963@yahoo.com

    2. Someone in your family still
      Someone in your family still owns the
      34 Aberfoyle Rd
      New Rochelle, NY 10804-3550

      address. I was able to verify that from your cute little squirrel apple video.

      1. Thanks Journal-News! Best Christmas Gift Ever
        I’ve been looking for my ex wife for 4 years. Finally, found the bitch and glad to know she’s packing a gun.

  79. love it!!!!
    Thank you for this! Isn’t it interesting to see how the Journal behaves when they are “in power”. Scary, frankly. This balance of power, displayed here, is a perfect example of how and why the american people need to preserve our right and ability to defend ourself.

  80. love it!!!!
    Thank you for this! Isn’t it interesting to see how the Journal behaves when they are “in power”. Scary, frankly. This balance of power, displayed here, is a perfect example of how and why the american people need to preserve our right and ability to defend ourself.

  81. Need their FEC data
    I’d love to know how much each of the Gannett / Journal News cretins donated to the election campaigns of gun grabbers Obama/Biden, Schumer & Gillibrand among others. Could someone tag that to this excellent report of liberal hypocrisy?

  82. List of gun owners
    What I have not heard mentioned is that the gun owner list also tells where the people live THAT DON”T HAVE GUNS, making them an easier target.

    The Journal may have inadvertantly killed a few people.

  83. doing the right thing !
    Bravo! I appreciate your time and effort in exposing these hacks!
    bet they have a different view of this exposure!

  84. Woo!
    You sir are my hero. I love someone that goes to bat for gun Owners. I am a vet and feel like we are being labeled as bad people for having guns because of one nut case. It’s stupid. I am a perfectly function adult human being that pays my taxes, hugs my family, volunteers, and now goes to school, all while owning a dozen weapons. Weird? I like them like someone likes cars, yet they don’t go off own they’re own in the safe, odd, or shoot random people when I’m at the gun range,even more odd! Or the one I carry on my ankle(yes I have a permit with state and military training) doesn’t get grabbed by my hand and start shooting people. Someone asked me once ‘so why carry it at all if you don’t intend to use it?’ To which I replied ’cause I damn well want to thank you very much, and as a free respectful law abiding citizen i damn well will.’ That and it blows my mind how the stories of weapons saving people are never on the news, so many stories, oh well.
    That’s my rant, I appreciate you listening. I will leave you with one last quote from a country song.
    “You do your thing, I’ll do mine.”

    1. Response
      So you think it’s a good idea to put people’s addresses online, so a mentally ill person, with a gun, can turn up and kill someone?

      You know, if Robert Cox is a responsible gun owner, then they should all be banned

      1. You know the phone book is
        You know the phone book is published online, right? Addresses like this aren’t exactly hard to find.

  85. Idiot
    How long is it before someone looks up Robert Cox’s family, kids, grandparents, and puts there addresses online?

    You know, you’re very irresponsible. If a mentally ill gun owner turns up and kills one of these people, you will be responsible

    1. idiot
      you ever wondered who will be responsible if a mentally ill anti-gun person shows up in front of the gun owners’ houses?

      1. The fundamental difference
        The fundamental difference being that the anti gun lobby don’t believe in extreme violence, so generally try and do their work through the correct democratic processes

        1. that doesn’t apply….
          we’re talking about a MENTALLY ILL anti-gun person, you can’t expect rational behavior or thought.

          1. But of course there is no
            But of course there is no reason to think that this is any more or less likely to happen as a result of this list as opposed to the paper’s list.

            Several commenters seem to be implying that it’s okay for the paper to publish a list of addresses, because of course no crazy person would do anything with the information, whereas it is irresponsible to publish a list of journalists names, because who knows what a crazy person would do with such information.

            It’s clearly not a very principled position.

            Vimothy

        1. nut job w gun?
          Silly liberal. Don’t you know that it’s against the law for mentally unstable people and felons to own or possess guns? Pro-gun folk are in favor of keeping weapons out of the hands of “nut jobs” at all costs. Deranged people or felons with guns are perfect examples of why “gun control” laws are useless.

      2. Reply To Idiot Remark .
        Mr. Cox Would get a Medal of Freedom of the State of LA. if He Would Do a Similar thing here , no Problem , we arrest People who DON’T own Guns Here , So if Your Anti-Gun Nut Shows in LA.,in Front of Our House ,

        He Gets a FREE Burial !No Frills , Just Happy Gatuhs !

    2. don’t think so
      As you are new to this site and don’t know me you are not aware that I have been publishing various blogs for over 10 years and have ROUTINELY been threatened, my personal information put on line, my family too.

      Here is one…

      http://www.newrochelletalk.com/content/new-rochelle-police-investigating-death-threat-against-talk-sound-editor-school-district-yar

      The boat is owned by a local school district employee, James Bonanno, and kept on school property. The handwriting on the boat matches his son’s handwriting and my sources tell me it was his son, Little Jimmy Bonanno, who wrote “Bob Cox Sleeps with the Fish” on the side of the boat as a threat after I wrote a story about the boat being kept in a fenced in area leased by the New Rochelle school district.

      Various school district employees have made other threats, put nails in my tires, thrown trash on my lawn, filed false police reports against me, reported me to CPS and so forth. The two with the boat are currently suing me in New York State Supreme Court. Believe me, I am quite used to this sort of harassment in response to my reporting — and, by the way, the Journal News, our local paper of record, has never shown the slightest interest in my welfare.

      When I secured blogger credentials for the Scooter Libby trial a few years ago, this made a number of far-left bloggers and their readers upset and they devoted a great deal of time to harass me in various ways.

      I could go on and on. These sorts of people have already, many times, sought to silence me by going after me and my family. The bottom line is that you have to have the courage of your convictions. I believe what the Journal News did here was wrong and that my map is a direct, proportionate response. If people do not like that they are free to disagree.

      The notion that I am somehow responsible for what some mentally ill person may or may not do in the fevered pitch of your imagination. If these Journal News employees are seriously concerned I suppose they could apply for a pistol permit.

  86. haha
    i love it that a “responsible gun owners” response is to try and intimidate anyone who’s against guns……

    you know, this guy did this, in the hope that a lunatic turns up and kills them.

    he’s a nasty piece of work, destined to an eternity in hell

    1. Not really
      “this guy did this, in the hope that a lunatic turns up and kills them”.

      I may be destined to an eternity in hell but it will not be because of this map.

      I think the point of the map is pretty clear, as counter-programming to the Journal News pistol permit holder map.

      To their credit, not one full-time employees of the Journal News have contacted me to complain about my map, and I know some of them. We shall see how they react to me the next time I see them but it seems to me that to be consistent they would have to agree that my map is no different than their map and so if they defend their paper’s map they have to defend mine.

      We shall see.

      1. I didn’t actually agree with
        I didn’t actually agree with the newspapers actions myself. However, there is a fundamental difference.

        The newspaper was posting addresses in the knowledge that these people who have no real enemies (let alone violent enemies.

        There are lots of mentally ill people, with access to guns, who are looking to shoot anyone they think is threatening what they see as their way of life.

        I’m for gun ownership – but it’s important for gun owners, and their lobby and political groups, to show they are responsible enough citizens to have guns AND have a safe country.

        Posting private addresses, of anyone who disagrees with you, isn’t a great start

        1. no real enemies?
          “The newspaper was posting addresses in the knowledge that these people who have no real enemies (let alone violent enemies.”

          Based on what? What they did was indiscriminate. They have not indicated in their reporting and commentary that they gave the slightest consideration to who was in their data.

          I would suggest to you that current and former law enforcement officials are in their map, as are judges, victims of domestic violence and plenty of other people who have “enemies”.

          There are also people who have employment pistol permits because they carry large sums of cash or jewelry or other valuables. Their “enemies” are people who would like to rob them or burglarize their homes.

          So, I don’t agree.

        2. Most of the lunies in this
          Most of the lunies in this country are liberals, so I don’t think the employees of a liberal rag has anything to worry about.

          1. Loonies That Can Read .
            I , Personally Encourage Intruders in My House , I do NOT Lock My Doors at Night , and in the Summer I Leave All The Windows Open , Why Should I Breath Stale A/C air because of a Nut in The Night , I Post a Sign Though Warning That The Owner Has One Eye Open When He Sleeps Next to His 357 Magnum !

      2. Employees , Editor .
        The Numbers Listed are Either Diconnected , changed , or Heavily Screened , I Know , All of My Friends Have Shown an interest on OUR unlimited Minutes on our Phones , and We are out of State , even My Dog Called !

        The Cat Got an Answer !

    1. Listed Groups of “Known “Types of Terrorists .
      When “9/11” Happened , All The eyes in The Country Would Stare at Everybody Who Looked “Arab” , I Felt Scared Around one , and would like to know WHERE THEY ARE !

    2. Not all Democrats are
      Not all Democrats are anti-gun or “liberal” in the sense you think. Give it a break. It’s much more complicated than that

  87. see below
    I’m now reading Robert Cox and Robert Fountain’s addresses are being circulated by the left wing activist group “Annonymous” web sites.

    1. they will find…
      The left-wing sites have already gone down this path before.

      They can just pull up their old articles attacking me for various other articles I have written in the past.

  88. Anti 2nd amendment zealots
    I would love to see details about the security/bodyguard arrangements used by people like Bloomberg, Feinstein, etc.

    1. To be fair, Bloomberg only
      To be fair, Bloomberg only needs security as there are 300 million guns in the country, with over 5 million having been stolen by legal owners and in the hands of criminals.

      Paul McCartney has a security entourage of 50 any time he tours the states. It’s 2 in Europe. He doesn’t actually have any security in England

  89. Shared to my Facebook
    Shared to my Facebook account.
    Keep spreading the word.

    Heroes like this deserve their name in lights.

  90. Excellent Work
    I agree with you! And those that interviewed you are trying to make you out to be the bad guy – just liberals!

  91. Come on, Bob. You coward.
    Come on, Bob. You coward. You’ll post everyone else’s information, but you’ll edit my post to remove your own? That’s pathetic. I don’t want to threaten anyone, just like you don’t by posting the information for these people. Everything should be fine by making it public, so what’s the issue?

    Robert A Cox
    34 Aberfoyle Rd
    New Rochelle, NY 10804-3550
    http://www.facebook.com/robert.cox.37201
    12 Sutton Manor Rd, New Rochelle, Westchester, New York 10801

    This information might be slightly outdated, as well:
    Robert Andrew Cox
    208 Barnard Road
    New Rochelle, NY 10801
    United States
    914-834-6087
    rcox1963@yahoo.com

    1. site clean up
      I did not remove “my information”.

      I removed information about children and my wife as is my prerogative given that this is my site. If you want to create your own site go ahead and perhaps I will link to it.

      I am not posting “everyone else’s information”.

      I am posting information on the Journal News and their employees in the same manner they did to my friends and neighbors where I live in Westchester County. I am not posting information about their wives and children, just those people who are directly benefiting from the Journal News publishing their map — their full-time employees.

      You can do what you like — just not on my site. Welcome to the world of capitalism where individuals own things and can do with them what they like. I am sure it is confusing for you but maybe you can find someone to explain the concept to you.

      1. Sure thing, Bob. Because
        Sure thing, Bob. Because posting their FACEBOOK which has information on their children and spouses is so much better!

        1. make them private
          You have linked my Facebook page and I have not deleted that. I have the option to make my Facebook page private if I choose.

          The JN employees have the option to make their Facebook pages private too. Some of them already have.

          You seem quite concerned about the Journal News employees but not in the least concerned about the Journal News publishing THOUSANDS of people’s names and homes addresses and their pistol permits — or that the Journal News sought (and is presumably still seeking) additional information.

          Are you aware that in New York State, pistol permits must list ALL guns owned by the permit holder? Most states do not do that but NY does and the JN sought that information to include in their map. I would expect if they do get that information they will update their map accordingly.

          I realize you do not care about that as you have a different agenda entirely.

          I get the idea that the Journal News is anti-gun and would like to see all guns banned but they have made a direction connection to the Newtown shooting which they are seeking to exploit for both political purposes and business purposes. What do gun owners, licensed and permitted by the state, have to do with that tragedy. Nothing that I can see.

          What other purpose did their map serve other than to gain web traffic for themselves and shine a bright light on private citizens for the “crime” for being granted a pistol permit or owning a gun?

          1. The Journal provided a
            The Journal provided a first/last name and an address. You are providing phone numbers, social media accounts.. anything you can get your slimy hands on.

            You seem so concerned about trying to prove a point that you complete ignore the fact that your own users are stalking and threatening these employees.

            If you want these employees to remove their information, rather than you do it yourself, then have your family removed their information (LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.) as well.

            It’s as simple as that.

          2. not quite
            Have you looked at the Journal News map or read their articles?

            Journal News did not simple provide a first/last name and an address. They indicated that they had a pistol permit. They also sought to obtain (and presumably still are) the types of weapons owned by the pistol permit holders. I expect they may get that and then create a map sortable by weapons owned. My hunch is that what they were really hoping to do was create a map showing all the homes with an “assault weapon” but could not get that in a timely manner and so went with what they had as soon after the Newtown shooting as possible to get maximum attention to their site.

            I am providing a specific list of information not “”anything you can get your slimy hands on”.

            I want to be as sure as I can be that the person on the map is the person who works for the Journal News. For that reason I use a form and have asked readers to collect this specific set of data on any name they care to research as part of this crowd-sourcing effort.

            Name:
            Title:
            Employer:
            Home Address:
            Home Phone:
            Work Phone:
            Work Email:
            Twitter:
            FB:
            LinkedIN:
            Image File:

            I want this information because I can then cross-check the data to make as sure as I possible can that “person A” is actually the person who works at the Journal News and not someone with the same name. Facebook often lists hometown, LinkedIN shows their current employer, Twitter often has a photo and some additional information. Get the idea?

            This is a crowd-sourced research project to get assistance from my readership in compiling a map that is a direct and proportionate response to their map.

          3. The irony being that you
            The irony being that you don’t realize you’re doing the exact same thing?

            Or you do realize and you’re simply proving that either they did nothing wrong by posting the information, or you’re wrong for doing the same.

            It’s funny that you’re so concerned about your wife and children without realizing that typically, the wife and children live with these same people that you’re posting the home address and phone number of.

            Either way, it’s your website. At least you get the point, so there’s no reason to go further with this. (Please do delete my previous posts since I’m currently not able to. I wouldn’t want anyone doing anything drastic since it seems you’ve had to deal with that in the past already.)

          4. I am doing the same thing!
            If you look at their article with the map and mine you will notice that I re-worked their copy into my copy. There is a reason for that.

            I am certain I have been clear that I took no pleasure in creating a map of Journal News employees. The idea occurred to me immediately upon learning of the map (given the nature of the site and that I link their stories regularly I monitor the site in real time). I thought it over for about 2 days. After seeing my readers take matters into their own hands I decided to proceed as I have described.

            And yes I have my policy as to how to approach this project — what you call “limits”. I have confined myself to creating a map with the data I have described. There are plenty of people here and in emails urging me to go much further. You want nothing done, they want lots more done. This is my site and I will do what I think is best. For those who want something else they can go ahead with that on their own dime, on their own time, on their own site.

            Unlike 99% of the visitors to this site, I have personal relationships with many people from Gannett including at the Journal News. I knew that proceeding with this map would end or seriously damage most if not all of those relationships. This is not an academic exercise for me.

            I am not a “gun nut” or a “wing nut”. I do not even own a gun. There is no gun in my house. Check the map and you can see I do not have a pistol permit. I do not endorse any ideas or words other than my own.

            For me there is a deeper issue here beyond guns which is the indiscriminate use of information by the JN to violate the privacy of law-abiding citizens for no other reason that they can, to score political points, to drive traffic to their lightly-read web site.

            In my view, that warrants a response. They got one.

            The effect has been that they have had to disconnect their phone numbers, protect their tweets or delete their Facebook accounts.

            So, what?

            I am not going to assist in this but I will tell you there are public figures in that map who have also had to take similar actions because the public now knew they had a pistol permit and presumably owned a gun or several.

            I think what they did was bad — and certainly not journalism.

            I do not like what I did either and I am not defending what I did on the grounds that it was a “good thing” to do in a vacuum. I have been on the receiving end of this sort of targeting myself. Sometimes, however, you have to do things you do not want to do in order to defend yourself or others.

            The Journal News may not care one bit about my map, or view it was the cost of doing business or a badge of honor. That’s fine. I just want them — and other media outlets — to consider that exploiting public records in this manner is not a cost-free exercise. I want them to know that the map I created is what they and other papers can expect in reply to their next effort.

            That said, I fully expect the Journal News will have an updated map within the next month that lists every weapon owned by every pistol permit holder and that the map will be set up so you can click and see every AR-15 in Westchester and so forth.

          5. Legal harassment and legal action
            Bob has requested a copy of the same information that JN received, hopefully to cross check it. We can only win our rights by being law abiding citizens. To support Bob please donate to his cause. You find the link at the top. Conveying a threat is a crime and you are no longer a law abiding citizen.

      2. Second Job for Ulysses
        Since they published Ulysses Jones living in the waters of Nyack, I think they should offer him a second job to buy affordable housing inland. A gun won’t even work if it’s wet, will it?

    2. Why are you doing this??
      What is the purpose for posting Bob’s information? You are doing the same thing as the Journal News, which I think is WRONG. The Journal News has put the lives of the gun owners at risk. Why don’t we make a map of everyone who has a criminal record. These Gun Owners are Good Citizens!!!!!!

      1. You think it’s wrong, but you
        You think it’s wrong, but you support Bob.

        Not too bright there, are you?

        1. Much brighter then you!
          At least Bob supports the people of New Rochelle. You must work for the Journal News, which I canceled my subscription to. I have had the Journal News all my life, but no more. They are losing all the subscription now. Everyone I talk to that have a subscription to are cancelling too.

        2. Coward?
          Sounds to me like you are the coward, posting as ‘anonymous’ . Hypocrites are the worst trash in the world.

          1. “Hypocrites are the worst
            “Hypocrites are the worst trash in the world.”

            HAHAHA. Well at least you’re right about something. Right, Bob?

        3. Hiding behind an “anonymous”
          Hiding behind an “anonymous” handle is the height of cowardice.Creep.

  92. awwww. poor libtards. ya use
    awwww. poor libtards. ya use there own thinking, action and logic and all the sudden..Viola! “how dare you invade my privacy and put me in jeopardy”
    bwahahahaha. I’m sure the local “burglars union” will be interested in this information. Might want to get a gun know to …oh you know… protect yourself now that your realm has been violated.
    (d—heads)

  93. Journal News Meeting Times
    Does anyone know the time and duration of the daily Editorial staff meeting? How about the Online Staff meeting?

  94. Thanks a Lot A**Holes
    Thanks to the paper I now need to go get a permit and a gun and train my family. They just painted a big red frickin bullseye on my home as now criminals know I don’t have a gun permit. While they tried to demonize those who have them all they did was succeed in making more of us vulnerable to home invasions. And I bet if any of these staff were gun permit holders their address wasn’t listed with the rest. Isn’t there laws to protect against this type of infringement of personal rights? Guess it doesn’t matter because they have their agenda to follow from the WH.

    1. bullseye
      My real worry is for people like yourself. Please get a gun and training for your familys sake. Crimes are began and completed in fewer minutes then it takes police to show up. God bless the police but even they know this fact.

  95. The crack in the Liberty Bell just got bigger
    JN knew when it posted the information that it would violate the privacy of all those tied to law enforcement, domestic violence, victim assistance and increase the burglaries of gun owner’s homes. So how are their actions trying to prevent another Sandy Hook? JN has only attempted to create more of these types of shooting incidents by attempting to place guns in the hands of criminals in order to promote their liberal, commie thinking of over turning everyone’s Constitutional rights. The blood will be on all of their hands and gun owner’s, victims and law enforcement will have the right to sue for gross negligence if their homes are robbed or worst. One can only surmise that the people working at JN have healthy pay checks based on their level of arrogance, so perhaps the criminals will think twice and rob their homes first, because they now know they will be at work, have considerable more booty and no way to defend themselves. You may also need to hide your children so the local pedophiles don’t show up while you are working. Too bad the JN psychos did not realize that a tit-for-tat scenario would play out on the world stage. Perhaps JN staff will donate their brains or lack thereof so they will end up in jars next to Adam Lanza’s for research.

    JN exhibited extremely poor journalistic qualities, ethics and just plain evil to it’s readership, so if the subscribers that own guns or relish their privacy cancel their subscriptions and boycott advertisers, their consumers can put them out of business in order not to fear being next in being outed publicly to the globe for whatever their next hidden agenda item may be. The JN staff can then move taking Piers Morgan and Feinstein along with rest of their ilk to what ever country will take them, i.e., Russia, China, Middle East. Other media outlets take note, we want the truth and nothing but the truth instead of hidden agendas.

    Time for passive resistance in the U.S. so we can regain our privacy, civil rights and start voting with our feet instead of becoming their door mats. Thank you Robert Cox and others for starting this movement – the sheeple are awake and ready to take action to restore our liberties. Now let us all become our own advocates and practice tit-for-tat against anyone that has lost their common sense, humanity, love of this country or the Constitution by embracing and restoring our freedoms.

  96. JN addresses
    Don’t take anyone’s address off if they no longer are associated with the paper. Let them put pressure on the paper to take down the page. There are innocent people living with the permit holders whose addresses have been posted.

    1. no thanks
      While I agree with your latter point entirely, I do not see the point of listing people who do not actually work for the Journal News in a map of Journal News Employees.

  97. Gun map – new york obsession
    It seems that New Yorkers have an odd obsession with guns or the lack of them. In my neighborhood, semi rural semi suburban neighborhood north of Tampa, FL, you would need an barge of push pins to locate the guns. Almost everyone has guns. And some have many pistols and rifles. We have very little crime in our neighborhood. If street thugs were stupid enough to come to our neighborhood to cause trouble, they probably would not come out alive.

    Great blog Bob Cox !! Keep it up.

    I agree that it was invasion of privacy to publish street addresses of gun permit holders. There is a better way to deal with it. Eliminate gun registration, the first step towards violating your 2nd amendment rights. Eliminate gun control laws, even better. The real definition of gun control, is the ability to shoot your target accurately.

  98. Unarmed Homes In Bold Relief
    Should the armed be targeted as their privacy is violated? Then so shall the homes of the unarmed be published so that criminals can make educated decisions in their endeavors

  99. Guns
    It would be nice to cross reference all the lefty employees of the paper who have guns and single them out individually for their hypocrisy. And the lefty bloggers and politicians as well. OR do you think they may have been left off the gun map intentionally? Who knows without the original list.
    Happy New Year

  100. There is no Constitution
    This is really all about gun control. Endless gun control, yet another violation of our rights. The gov’t constantly violates our rights.

    They violate the 1st Amendment by caging protesters and banning books like “America Deceived II”.

    They violate the 4th and 5th Amendment by allowing TSA to grope you.

    They violate the entire Constitution by starting undeclared wars.

    Impeach Obama.

    Last link of “America Deceived II” before it is completely banned:

    http://www.amazon.com/America-Deceived-II-Possession-interrogation/dp/1450257437

    1. Boycott The Journal News and their advertisers
      What the journal news has succeeded in doing is showing its readership, “we the people,” that they do not care about law abiding citizens or their readers. The reality is that targets are now on the households that have and do not have firearms.

      A lot more rifles will now be sold because the Journal’s narrow minded leadership and it is clear, gun owner or not, we the people are the new enemy. Those targeted which is 99% of us, should support the closing of this publication.

      Today legal gun owners are outed, who will it be tomorrow.

      Do not buy this paper and actively boycott the advertisers.

      If the best the journal news can do is put targets on all of our backs, we the people do not need them. Put them out of business.

      I would be interested in the names of journal news family and friends who were excluded from the online outing. Note to Journal News leadership. You have bitten the hand that feeds you. Pull the legal gun owner site down, and do not do it again.

      If you do not, the market will no longer support you as a viable regional publication and you will close.

      I’d like to be a fly on the wall when the paper folds and the employees have to explain to new employers their roles in this debacle.

      1. Can someone buy a copy of this rag…
        and post all the advertisers? Even those in one issue will be a start.

        If you all don’t want to email them, consider following them on Twitter and then letting you know you will never ever buy from them again, and you will also be telling everyone you know not to buy from them ever again.

        You’d be surprised how attentive companies are to Twitter.

        Someone please post the advertisers? Thanks.

    2. Meet the Press
      While the Meet The Press team is for more gun laws, the team knowingly and willfully violated the gun laws of D.C. Their excuse is they had Federal permission, since the Feds said it wasn’t illegal to have a 30 round magazine of .223. While this may be true at the Fed level, it still violated local laws of possessing a high capacity magazine in D.C. Everyone that was aware that they were knowingly and willfully violating local laws should get the maximum punishment. I hope the judge doesn’t allow the mistake defense.

  101. Bob, isn’t it nice that you hit a nerve…
    with all the cowardly Journal News employees, who are aghast, simply aghast, at having their privacy invaded – yes, Virginia, turnabout IS fair play – with your lovely map, and posting, cowardly of course, under the screen-names (bright little sods, aren’t they? but then again they DO work at the rag JN or the pay to read garbage lohud), of:

    Anonymous #1
    Anonymous #2
    Anonymous #3
    Anonymous #4
    Anonymous #5
    Anonymous #6
    Anonymous #7

    Have I missed any cowardly Journal News employees?

  102. What an inspiration!
    Thanks to your fearless leadership, the information on Gannett brand reporters is flooding into our system. We’ve setup a website where we are able to post links and information about Gannett affiliated media personalities all over the nation! Maybe now, with the spotlight on them and with their own little bubble just a bit smaller, they will be less likely to play fast and loose with the truth.

    http://exposegannett.wordpress.com/

    1. Excellent. Now, if little by
      Excellent. Now, if little by little, the rest of the media could be held accountable for their shoddiness and superficiality, bias, and outright lies…

  103. FOIL Request to County Clerks
    Today, based on popular demand, I made the following FOIL request to the County Clerk’s in Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam counties.

    Dear Mr. Clerk,

    This is a public records request.

    I would like to obtain a copy of the FOIL request made by the Journal News on through which they obtained information on pistol permit, any follow up communications with them regarding that request as well as any documents they obtained under FOIL. If they filed any sort of litigation to obtain additional information (e.g. an Article 78, etc.) I would like to obtain that as well. If this is a matter of forwarding some emails I would consider that an acceptable fill of my request.

    Where possible I would like records in electronic format. If possible, I would like the electronic documents converted into standard Microsoft Office format (Word, Excel, etc.). I would like all communications including the delivery of documents to take place via email as much as is possible based on the nature of the available records.. I would like the Records Access Officer to certify that the records are genuine. If the documents only exist in paper form I am willing to pay. If the cost of converting the documents to a standard electronic format or making photos copies exceeds $20.00 I would like prior notification of the estimated cost to comply with this records request.

    Sincerely,

    Robert Cox
    Managing Editor
    Talk of the Sound

      1. annonymous
        It’s just for you that I put my name at the bottom of my comment and yes it is my real name. Miss Hathaway

      2. They most certainly are
        They most certainly are not!

        Maybe others are like me and can’t figure out how not to post as “Anonymous,” but feel they have to say something about this genius way of fighting back.

        1. you can register for account
          Look in the right hand corner.

          Usually you must be registered to comment but I opened up the commenting for a few days to allow people to post more easily.

          If you want a name to appear with your comments go ahead and register. It’s free. Look in the upper right corner.

        2. you can register for account
          Look in the right hand corner.

          Usually you must be registered to comment but I opened up the commenting for a few days to allow people to post more easily.

          If you want a name to appear with your comments go ahead and register. It’s free. Look in the upper right corner.

  104. When it rains….
    Over One Hundred Thousand reads in December

    Notre Dame plays for the National Championship in January.

    Have you picked a Lotto number yet for this weekend?

    Congrats Bob, on taking on the cranks, creeps and left-wing bleeding hearts, for a whole lot of us.

  105. Calling their TOLL-FREE number, costs them $$$ call them now!
    Not only cost them money, keep them on the phone for as long as you can. If it’s off hours, leave them a bunch of messages in regards to the gun map.

    We only need a few thousand people to do this few times a day 🙂

    CALL NOW
    1-800-942-1010 (toll free)
    Hours are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday; and 8 to 11 a.m. Sunday.

    1. Gannett Boycott on 01/01/13
      Nation wide Gannett Boycott – all affiliates and advertisers – spread the news…

        1. Uh-huh
          Yeah, just like publishing the names of legal gun owners in New York solves the issue of school shootings in Connecticut!

  106. Thanks!
    Thanks for doing a great job Robert. Very amusing to see how the libtards like a taste of their own medicine.

  107. IRONY: Armed Guards at Journal News
    I have unconfirmed reports that the Journal News office now has an armed guard posted in the lobby.

    I would love a photo and any confirmation available.

    1. I look forward to seeing
      I look forward to seeing that, and also his/her name, address and phone number. Perhaps the JN will comply.

  108. Jon Bandler’s Wedding Annoucement
    Your spelling of Bandler’s first name is incorrect: It’s JohnathAn, not JohnathOn.

    Speaking of Bandler, would anyone like to read his 2005 wedding announcement in the New York Times?

    http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/20/fashion/weddings/20TAUB.html children.

    Here are some excerpts:
    Aimee Taub, the daughter of Susan Falk Taub and Dr. Robert N. Taub of New York, is to be married this evening in Pearl River, N.Y., to Jonathan Bandler, a son of Leah Bandler and Michael J. Bandler of Silver Spring, Md. Rabbi Michael D. Shmidman is to officiate at the Pearl River Hilton.

    The bridegroom, 39, is a criminal justice reporter, based in Harrison, N.Y., at The Journal News, the Westchester daily. He is also the head coach of the men’s tennis team at Yeshiva University, from which he graduated.

    His father is a developer of literary and cultural programs in the Office of International Information Programs of the State Department in Washington.

      1. Of course it’s relevant!
        It’s every bit as relevant as the names and addresses of area gun owners.

        Evidently you believe in a double standard when it comes to personal (but publicly available) information — the kind that pertains to average citizens, and the kind that pertains to local journalists.

        Sorry, I think it’s time that people in the second group got treated like people in the first group.

    1. Jon Bandler’s announcement
      All this crap is on Facebook, Twitter, and a host of “social network” places anyway. So, what is the big deal? Anyone who puts their personal information on those “Social networks” is making themselves fair game.

  109. Bob and others you are over the target…
    If you are taking flak you are over the target…..LOL

    Didn’t take long for the lib-tards to invade your blog!

    Just like stage 4 cancer they are.

    Heres my name and address……I am not afraid and I do have a permit to carry.

    I also have the right to defend my property so if you libtards have the balls come and get me scum bags!!

    J.Walters Swift hill Road, Cambridge Springs, PA 16403!

    1. Delisted
      After so many negative votes is the post delisted, I can’t find mine from last night calling for the disclosure if JN posted 100% of all information received or did they filter the list?

  110. journal news employees
    Thank you Sir! Fair is fair. I’m a gun owner who isn’t afraid of the criminal finding me, because they’ll go to someones home, after reading the Journal New map, who doesn’t have a gun, long before they come to mine. It’s safer for the criminal that way, no one will be able to defend themselves. Miss Hathaway

    1. Are you serious? So put their
      Are you serious? So put their names and addresses out there ONLY because they work there? How do you know they had anything to do with the story? Oh but let them be specific targets. And no, totally different from the database they had. The map the JN put out was outrageous. But this as a retaliation is ridiculous and doesn’t solve jack.

      1. You don’t get it
        Oh, it solves a great deal as a “teachable moment.”

        It serves notice to the management of every other newspaper in America that before you go publishing the names and addresses of law-abiding citizens — along with a map to their residences — keep in mind that there are public records pertaining to the lives of you and your staffers, too.

        Remember, too, that unlike the 1970s, you old media types don’t have a monopoly on the flow of information anymore.

        1. precisely
          “Remember, too, that unlike the 1970s, you old media types don’t have a monopoly on the flow of information anymore.”

          my point exactly. well said.

      1. Ah, but they (JN) made a
        Ah, but they (JN) made a Freedom of Information request to get information that wasn’t meant to be published.

        The names and addresses of the employees and the publisher is most probably just public.

        I hope they get more of their own medicine back. (And I find it improbable that not one of them is a registered gun owner.)

  111. Can you verify that the editors don’t own guns?
    Robert –

    Could you verify that the Journal News employees, in fact, do not own registered guns from the public data, and, if they do, were they on the map or protectively deleted from the map?

    This map thing can go either way – someone can come looking to find a gun or, more likely, a robber will choose the unarmed neighbor next door as the safer and easier target. I’m sure the neighbors will appreciate the map even more than the listees. Darn those un-intended consequences.

    1. “Could you verify that the
      “Could you verify that the Journal News employees, in fact, do not own registered guns from the public data, and, if they do, were they on the map or protectively deleted from the map?”

      Great question!I was wondering the same thing?

    2. What about armed security guards?
      Even if the Journal News bigwigs don’t personally own guns, do they have armed security guards patrolling their posh residences or neighborhoods?

      Don’t talk the talk if you can’t walk the walk.

  112. Wow.
    I think it’s really screwed up of you to post the personal addresses of these journalists who seems to have had nothing to do with the poor decisions that the paper made. As you know, we live in a tough economy where these hard workers probably have little say in what the editors decide to publish and care very little of how their employees’ personal lives are affected. Maybe thats why you’re not hearing from them. Because their livelihood and jobs are threatened, god forbid they speak up against their bosses’ decisions. (You obviously don’t get corporate America). And even if they did, how much would you listen? It’s pretty pathetic and disgusting that someone, as yourself, would stoop so low as to encourage people to harass and threaten them and their families. Have you no shame? If someone associated with you makes a mistake, are you expected to take the blame and be put in danger? Two wrongs don’t make a right. I wouldn’t be surprised if, when things settle down, revenge is taken upon you and yours. Let’s hope it never goes there, but if I were an employee whose only crime was that I worked there, I’d be pissed beyond belief.

    1. You’re talking to
      You’re talking to conservatives. Logic and reasoning went out the door thirty years ago.

    2. Are you kidding me.
      They know who they work for and what that paper stands for. birds of a feather…..
      They get what they give.

      1. Right you are
        Yep — kind of like saying, “I was only driving the getaway car. I had no idea what my buddy with the mask and the gun was doing inside that bank.”

    3. You say: ‘It’s pretty
      You say: ‘It’s pretty pathetic and disgusting that someone, as yourself, would stoop so low as to encourage people to harass and threaten them and their families.’

      What exactly do you think CynDee and her cohorts did to the people whose names and addresses were published, recklessly and pointlessly (except to put legitimate gun owners at risk)? You worry about the aggressors and opportunists, but not the victims whose privacy was unconscionably violated by these cowards.

      Why is the hypocritical and smug CynDee even hiding from Facebook? The other reporters, editors and staff should be ashamed the didn’t stand up and objectT

      the

      You should be ashamed of your post

      1. Freedom of Information
        Right now it is gun owners. Who is next that the cowards in the media will go after? WOW seems to think that this was an act taken without mercy. It was. But the media lacks mercy in all its coverage and justifies it as news that people want to know. Who are they to tell me that I want to know the names of gun owners? If people are really serious about this they should cancel their subscriptions to this newspaper.

        In The Hanging Tree, the narrator says they went after someone else but they didn’t go after me so the narrator remains silent. Finally, they come for the narrator but no one is left to speak up for him. Thanks to all who are fighting back. Otherwise, the media will remain the bully unchecked. Think of the families of countless victims whose privacy is so invaded that they cannot cry alone. Justified by news.

        WOW. Doesn’t seem to have a clue that this thing is bigger than just those employees.

      2. Freedom of Information
        Right now it is gun owners. Who is next that the cowards in the media will go after? WOW seems to think that this was an act taken without mercy. It was. But the media lacks mercy in all its coverage and justifies it as news that people want to know. Who are they to tell me that I want to know the names of gun owners? If people are really serious about this they should cancel their subscriptions to this newspaper.

        In The Hanging Tree, the narrator says they went after someone else but they didn’t go after me so the narrator remains silent. Finally, they come for the narrator but no one is left to speak up for him. Thanks to all who are fighting back. Otherwise, the media will remain the bully unchecked. Think of the families of countless victims whose privacy is so invaded that they cannot cry alone without a camera in their face. Justified by news.

        WOW. Doesn’t seem to have a clue that this thing is bigger than just those employees.

    4. Dear Anonymous Journal News employee…
      awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, ain’t that a shame?

    5. Huh?
      And what did all of the law abiding gun owners have to do with the shooting in CT? Just because they lawfully own firearms that means they helped kill all of those kids?

      Are you a moron? Seriously, I’m curious because no rational person would be so hypocritical.

    6. Publishing names, etc
      The reporters usually work for newspaprs, tv, etc that have the same ideas and desires that the paper has. I think the person who came up with this idea is a genius, and an American who is fighting back. We need more people like him.

    7. Hogwash
      You say to Bob, “You obviously don’t get corporate America.”

      B.S. — this has nothing to do with corporate America. The decision to publish New York gun owners’ names and addresses wasn’t made at the highest reaches of Gannett Co. management; it was made in the offices of the Journal News.

      And don’t kid yourself. I’ll bet a great many of the same staffers who are now whining about their addresses being published were laughing uproariously when they heard about their bosses’ plan to publish the names and addresses of gun owners.

      1. oh i highly doubt that. and
        oh i highly doubt that. and what would exactly do you wish happens to these staffers whose addresses are published for specific targeting purposes? that they be hurt? yeah, real nice. you are a complete prick.

    8. Re: Wow
      They brought this on themselves.
      When a news outlet decides to villify an innocent group of people and link them to a massacre that no decent individual doesn’t feel pain over, they’ve overstepped their boundries.
      Why not just go Minority Report on us and break out the Precogs so we can be prosecuted for future crimes?
      When the access to this information is blocked, everyone can thank Gannet for their “public service”.
      http://www.nysenate.gov/press-release/breaking-news-senator-ball-issues-statement-journal-news-gun-permit-map-and-introduces

  113. How’s that medicine taste MSM? Bitter eh?
    Brilliant play. They really are bullies for printing the address of gun owners, and now someone has their feelings hurt. Awww.

  114. Way to go!
    Love it you gave them a dose of their own. I imagine someone has already said this, but has anyone else got their hands on the original lists via their own FOI and checked to see if any employees were on the list.

    If there were you can bet the paper did not include them in their map.

  115. Way to go!
    Love it you gave them a dose of their own. I imagine someone has already said this, but has anyone else got their hands on the original lists via their own FOI and checked to see if any employees were on the list.

    If there were you can bet the paper did not include them in their map.

  116. Cross Reference with criminal/DUI records
    Can someone please cross reference the employee list with any public criminal/DUI records that are available, and then post “The Journal News Supports Drunk Driving ?”.

  117. Do Employes live in Diverse Neighborhoods ?
    How many of their employees live in “diverse” communities ? I thought they are of the progressive/liberal ilk that push for “diversity” in schools and neighborhoods, so I would assume they all live in areas that follow proper distribution of home ownership between races, creed, sex, etc. No ? All live in lilly white encampments ?

  118. More Facebook addresses
    Here are more Facebook addresses of Journal News/Gannett employees:

    Robert F. Rodriguez:
    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1522994678

    Terence Corcoran:
    https://www.facebook.com/terence.corcoran.3

    Ned P. Rauch:
    https://www.facebook.com/ned.rauch

    Carla Young, Universal Desk Editor:
    https://www.facebook.com/carla.young.980

    Christopher Vaughan:
    https://www.facebook.com/christopher.vaughan2

    Thane Grauel
    https://www.facebook.com/thaneg

    Scott Faubel:
    https://www.facebook.com/d.scott.faubel

    Brian Tumulty:
    https://www.facebook.com/brian.tumulty

    C

  119. This is wrong
    I’m sorry to say this, but two wrongs don’t make a right. We can’t sit here and bitch about someone posting an article about one group of people and in an outrage do exactly the same thing. The only lesson taught here is that you have just shown yourself to be one who cannot point the finger at anyone else now.

    Who published the article about gun owners?

    It wasn’t all of these journalists.

    The corporation, the journalist who posted the article, and all those involved in approving the article to be published should be accountable. While the corporation is responsible for its employees’ actions, the converse is not true.

    This blog does nothing but prove that you are just as low as the journalist.

    1. No sympathy for the “collateral damage”
      I disagree. It’s time to stop playing nice with the people who want to push their agenda on us through intimidation.

      The reality is, a lot of people whose names don’t appear on the article had something to do with it — copy editors, for example. And the way I see it, if the Journal News wants to use a shotgun approach (no pun intended) to make its point, then the only way they’re going to feel the effects of their own actions is through payment in kind.

      Perhaps when Journal News staffers feel the same concern for their privacy (and that of their loved ones) that their employer has inflicted on the residents of their coverage area, they’ll complain loudly enough to their bosses to prompt an apology to the readers and a vow never to do anything like it again.

      And by the way, this should also serve as a lesson to any other newspaper in America that is contemplating publishing a similar chart.

      1. They won’t regret it, they are not being made to…
        in fact, they will soon publish the names of those LEGAL gun owners in Putnam.

        This isn’t going to end soon, there are morons on television stating that they are HAPPY for this map, since they can keep their children away from play dates of known LEGAL gun owners.

        Sorry, people, this is not going to get better. The JN is laughing all the way to the bank, thanks to the free publicity it is getting. Politicians are not rushing to the aid of those whose privacy was invaded. Bob bravely did his best, but the JN is going to triumph in this.

        I don’t have the answer on how to affect them financially, which is the only answer.

        Do you?

        1. In a way, yes
          Actually, I suspect that this action by the Journal News is going to prompt a lot of people to cancel their subscriptions … not to mention advertising.

          And lest anyone say, “Big deal,” I’ll show you why the Journal News can’t afford to laugh at the loss of any subscribers. Let me call your attention to a line from an article written only a year ago on GannettBlog.com:

          “At The Journal News in Westchester, where circulation declined 38%, layoffs have been especially heavy, including during the last round of job cuts, in June. Also, like more than half of GCI’s papers, printing has been outsourced.”

          http://gannettblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/analysis-gci-lost-13-million-in-circ-in.html

          1. I hope that is true…
            and it does make sense. If the JN is desperate enough to CHARGE people for reading articles on their garbage site lohud, they must be suffering also in their hard copy paper.

            I was convinced from the get-go that this was a PR stunt, they have no more ethics than the man in the moon.

            I look forward to the day they go bankrupt and close shop.

    2. No, what this does is send
      No, what this does is send the message that law abiding regular people are tired of being demonized, ridiculed, and pushed about by the self proclaimed progressive “elites”. It is a stand. It is a declaration of “enough”

    3. This was LONG overdue.
      This was LONG overdue. Journalist often consider themselves above the law, with some elevating journalism to the 4th branch of government.

      The New York Times motto is “All the news that is fit to print”. And who gave them the power to determine what is “news”? They did. In their arrogance and distain for the average citizen, they consider themselves the arbitors of social justice.

      The downfall of journalism was “essay journalism” as promoted by Walter Cronkite.

      And this is why it matters: Most citizens don’t bother with teh finer points of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. The don’t ponder the law of unintended consequences. As such, Obamacare destroys Freedom of Religion. The Patriot act destroys Freedom from Unlawful inprisonment, The FDA and EPA now have laws that remove our rights of “probable cause” and property rights.

      Finally, the God of the left… the right to privacy.. only goes as far as THEIR privacy. It’s ironic that if any of the information posted by this newspaper was derived from medical records (HIPPA) the newspaper would be shut down and sued into oblivion. Yet, the same information collected maliciously, by stealing the data from a private business, is fair game.

      Consequently, if that’s how they want to play it… that is our weapon. The liberal media needs to be brought to their knees. The don’t report the news anyway. They are nothing more than activists with a pen.

    4. No, you are wrong
      Change does not come about if everything is right. This is not hypercritical. The posting of the JN employee information was not of information obtained from the FOIA. It is easily accessible. If they don’t want their info posted then they should push the courts to change the laws to define what can be published in mass data on interactive maps etc. A new law needs to draw a line between public accessible info and publishable information. Who is responsible if a violent stalker finds the location of the victim and attacks the victim in hiding due to the JN map of legal gun owners?

  120. I would like to see the
    I would like to see the addressed of all reporters from CNN, MSNBC, ABC, New Yor Times, etc…

    I would also love to see a journalistic probe into THEIR lives.

  121. The real problem
    In the past (pre-internet) an individual had to go to the court house and request information, that information couldn’t be spread via the internet, so millions didn’t have the same information in a single moment. Now with a world of the internet the laws need to change; what is public accessible information and what is publishable information.

  122. You miss one thing
    How much do they make this would really irk some of the staff. Change title too.

    Map: Where are the Journal News employees in your neighborhood and how much do they make?

    1. That’d be tough to get
      I don’t think salaries are public information when they pertain to employees of private corporations.

      But do you know what IS public information? Arrest records and traffic citations, such as DWI and speeding.

      Divorce records, too — which mention things like parental visitation rights pertaining to specific kids. And lawsuits, which contain all sorts of embarrassing accusations and admissions, such as “My ex-husband has a gambling and alcohol addiction.”

      Then there are property records, which give specific addresses and tell how much each home is worth.
      If the Journal News wants to play hardball, some industrious researcher should start digging into court records and municipal offices — you’ll be amazed at the kind of information that exists in these seldom-seen files.

  123. great job
    You really hit a nerve if you even have liberals posting comments here…..funny how their attitude changes when the tables are turned….I can myself vouch for the fact that Robert is being very fair about editing this list if he finds the employee does not deserve to be included…..
    All you liberals need to go back to your DemocratUnderground message board so you can keep whining about how evil george bush is…. It just fits you better than a real patriots website…

  124. great job
    You really hit a nerve if you even have liberals posting comments here…..funny how their attitude changes when the tables are turned….I can myself vouch for the fact that Robert is being very fair about editing this list if he finds the employee does not deserve to be included…..
    All you liberals need to go back to your DemocraticUnderground message board so you can keep whining about how evil george bush is…. It just fits you better than a real patriots website…

  125. Not having the impact it should
    http://news.yahoo.com/york-newspaper-list-more-gun-permit-holders-uproar-120534293–finance.html

    Apparently the paper hasn’t learned its lesson yet so it looks as if this will need to be stepped up a notch. Might I suggest going after the money?

    Contact the owners of the businesses that advertise with them. Tell them their names and addresses will be published as well unless they pull their advertising and this map may hit with more force.

    1. I agree, which is why I asked a few posts ago…
      for the names of the advertisers in the rag that is the JN.

      Can’t someone look through an old issue, if need be, and post all the names of the advertisers?

      A barrage of negative Tweets will do them a world of good.

    1. Yawn
      When you have to resort to posting old news, it means you’re out of creative ideas.

      Thanks for confirming it.

      1. LOL. Sure thing. If it were
        LOL. Sure thing. If it were such old news, Bob wouldn’t have to keep removing it.

        Thanks for confirming it.

        1. Which cowardly gutless JN employee on the list are you?
          Is the JN paying you extra to spam here?

          Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm????????????

          1. You have to assume that
            You have to assume that everyone who disagrees with your ignorant opinion works for the JN just to convince yourself you’re right?

            How sad.

        2. Welcome, Journal News staffers!
          Ah, I get it — you’re one of those Journal News staffers who can’t stomach the taste of your own medicine.

          I see that the Journal News had a circulation of 144,000 in 2006 — http://www.infoplease.com/ipea/A0004420.html — but the 2012 numbers are only … oh, dear … 70,000 daily and 96,000 on Sunday.

          https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aip0Rq2dGk1BdDN1N28zdklUUXpkNlZ0bzlabkJpdlE#gid=1

          Is it true that when you call the Journal News office and they put you on hold, the background music is “Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey hey, goodbye!”

          So what’s it like working for a paper whose circulation declined 38%? Any more layoffs scheduled?

          http://gannettblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/analysis-gci-lost-13-million-in-circ-in.html

          Last one out of the Journal News, turn off the lights.

          1. Thanks for proving my point.
            Thanks for proving my point. You have to literally tell people they work for JN just to make yourself feel better. That’s kind of pathetic.

            Why do you guys get so upset when Bob’s information is posted, yet you cheer when he posts others? I thought it was all fair game!

          2. Nevermind, judging by your
            Nevermind, judging by your extremely typical “na na” reference, you’re just another 50-60 year old white conservative who likely watches FOX News.

            How’d that November election go for you?

          3. Oooh
            Awww … hit a nerve, did I?

            You’re obviously not smart enough to realize that as the Obama economy continues to tank, it takes liberal media jobs (and liberal media, period) down with it — right, Newsweek?

            I’ll spell it out: The bad news for you is, the Journal News will continue to shed circulation, advertising and employees like ballast from an ascending hot air balloon.

            The good news for you is, Domino’s is hiring. Make sure mine gets here hot and I’ll tip you an extra buck.

          4. Not at all. Apparently, I hit
            Not at all. Apparently, I hit a nerve by posting Bob’s information in the first place. Otherwise, you wouldn’t still be here whining about it. LOL

            The economy is doing great, and it’s hilarious that conservatives continue to deny that, even after America flat out told them they were wrong just a month ago.

            I guess you’ll continue to whine yourselves into irrelevancy, though.

            I don’t care about Journal News. Apparently, they have more control over you than I originally thought.

          5. Ri-i-i-i-ight
            Why, of course you don’t care about Journal News … NAHHHHHH! I’ll bet you don’t work for the paper or know anybody who does, either.

            Nope, you were just browsing the Internet when you happened upon a controversy involving a newspaper that you don’t give a whit about … and suddenly you were consumed with the desire to spend a few hours here throwing spitballs from the cheap seats.

            Got it!

          6. It’s hilarious. You guys
            It’s hilarious. You guys champion that it made national news, yet you seem so surprised that anyone would know about it unless they work for Journal News.

            Conservatives really aren’t the brightest bunch in the group.

          7. to: Not at all. Apparently, I hit
            If the economy is doing so great, then why do we have record numbers of people on food stamps in the past three years, more potential downgrades in our national credit rating, and an entire government of childish fools who cannot find solutions to our fiscal crisis?

            By the way, journalists–especially those of the mainstream establishment and those wannabes who can’t make the big leagues of the mainstream establishment–lose more and more credibility with every stunt such as the one the Journal News pulled. Most of you in your 20s and 30s wherever you are have absolutely no idea what true journalism is. Whatever the case, your college degree and your so-called profession are becoming more irrelevant with every passing day. You might want to look into whatever retraining programs the Obama Administration has cooked up for you.

          8. An increase in population
            An increase in population results in an increase in those on food stamps.

            If the economy is doing so terrible, why has unemployment gone down by nearly 3% over the past three years? It’s hilarious the excuses conservatives try to make.

  126. Let’s identify Journal News advertisers
    I love the idea of calling out Journal News advertisers by name.

    I see several of them on the Journal News website, so I suggest emailing, calling and/or boycotting them until they cancel their ads in the Journal News:

    Timberland (shop.timberland.com) — They even have a survey you can take.

    Cross County Shopping Center (www.crosscountycenter.com)

    Coldwell Banker (coldwellbankermoves.com)
    Westchester Community College, SUNY, Ossining Extension Center (http://www.sunywcc.edu/extension_sites/locations/ossining/ossining.htm)
    U.S. Baseball Academy (www.usbaseballacademy.com)

    DealChicken (www.dealchicken.com)

    Keiser University (www.KeiserUniversity.edu)

    AT&T U-verse (http://savings.att.com/)

    CareerBuilding (www.CareerBuilder.com)

    eHarmony (www.eHarmony.com)

    HomeGain (www.homegain.com)
    ShopLocal (www.shoplocal.com)
    Apartments.com

    HomeFinder (www.homefinder.com)

    Cars.com

    LowerMyBills.com

    DealChicken (dealchicken.com)

    1. Thank you!
      I’m off to Twitter to ‘follow’ every one of these advertisers and sent them tweet after tweet after tweet – and I suggest you do the same.

      If you don’t like Twitter, ‘like’ them on Facebook and send them a note.

      If you don’t like either of the above, send them an email.

      Remember, the BEST place to hit the rag that is the JN is in the pocketbook.

      Let’s put them out of business. Oh, and to the JN employees posting here — BOOOOO!

      1. And then you’ll get blocked
        And then you’ll get blocked after the first or second and they’ll never have to read the rantings of an ignorant conservative again.

        Great plan!

        1. Hmm
          Gee, somebody’s sounding nervous.

          Obviously, if this blog wasn’t having any impact, people like you wouldn’t bother posting here … repeatedly.

          1. You said it…just by virtue of the fact that it’s VERY…
            difficult to get into the site ‘and’ the multiple posts, proves that this site is getting all KINDS of traffic today.

            Excellent.

            Keep it up folks, and don’t forget the power of the social media.

            Let’s put the rag that is the JN out of business.

        2. Hmm
          Gee, somebody’s sounding nervous.

          Obviously, if this blog wasn’t having any impact, people like you wouldn’t bother posting here … repeatedly.

          But if it makes you feel better, your futile attempts to discourage us are cute.

        3. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA………
          so the rag that is the JN has been flooded with negative tweets before, dear little JN employee?

          Don’t forget, if I’m blocked, there are thousands more behind me.

          Lookie look, folks, we have the rag that is the JN sweating!

          Let’s hit Hitler where it hurts, folks. Take up the social media blitz, and let’s put the rag that is the JN out of business.

          Nighty night, JN!

          1. This is entertainment you can’t buy!
            Don’t you love seeing the Journal News chihuahuas whining and scratching themselves raw — right in front of us, no less?

            Just imagine what will happen when subscribers cancel and advertisers bolt.

            I mean, Journal News staffers were already doing an excellent job of putting their circulation in free fall. How much worse will it be when they have help??

          2. I sure do love seeing FOX
            I sure do love seeing FOX News chihuahuas whining about how pathetic they are now that people actually know they have a gun!

            Funny how their argument just a few weeks ago was that everyone needed a gun, yet now they’re too ashamed to even admit they have one. LOL

          3. Still yapping?
            Again, if publishing the addresses, phone numbers and other personal information has had no impact on the Journal News, why are you spending hours of your Saturday posting here?

            Either you’re all ferklempt about it because it involves you or someone you know … or you’re just a freelance troll in search of attention. Take your pick.

          4. Ain’t it a hoot?
            IF they had the cojones, they would identify themselves as:

            Anonymous JN Employee #1 and Anonymous JN Employee #2………..but they don’t!

            –The JN publishing the names and addresses of legal gun owners……..gutless.

            –TOTS publishing the names and addresses of the gutless JN employees……..excellent.

            –The JN employees spamming TOTS with their cowardly gutless Anonymous posts………….PRICELESS!!!!

          5. HAHAHAHA. Sure thing,
            HAHAHAHA. Sure thing, “NewRochelleUSED.”

            I’m guessing that’s your real name?

            -Bob posting JN employee information: Excellent
            -Bob’s information being posted: “WAHHH THIS IS WRONG. WAHHHHHHHHHH”

            Priceless!

          6. The real hoot
            What I love is reading the denials — “I don’t work for the Journal News or care anything about that paper.”

            They also seem obsessed with criticizing Fox News. But I guess that makes sense. It must hurt to see a successful media outlet when you work for a newspaper that’s shrinking faster than a pair of cheap jeans in the dryer.

          7. I love reading the denials,
            I love reading the denials, too. “YOU HAVE TO WORK FOR JOURNAL NEWS BECAUSE I SAY SO THAT’S THE ONLY WAY I’M RIGHT.”

            It’s pretty sad, and shows you have no argument to begin with. That’s not surprising, though. FOX News told me there would be a Romney landslide. What happened to that? 🙁

          8. Ooooooooo, ouch……..bet you thought that was a good…
            comeback? Sorry, darling Anonymous JN Employee #5, I know EXACTLY how Twitter works and I haven’t been blocked yet.

            Try again, dearie, maybe you can convince some other Anonymous JN Employee – perhaps #6? – that you should get more than thirty pieces of silver for your betrayal of all those LEGAL gun owners?

            Come on, folks, it’s obviously working, let’s hit Hitler where he lives and put the rag that is the JN out of business.

          9. You clearly don’t,
            You clearly don’t, NewRochelleUSED. Nice name, by the way!

            Good luck putting them out of business. Next, you’ll be shooting up their office because you realized that no one seems to care but your own lunatic fringe. You know, the same one that sure helped that “ROMNEY LANDSLIDE” back in November.

            Oh.. wait.

          10. You’re so right
            How could any outsider put the Journal News out of business when it’s doing such a great job of putting itself out of business?

            SCOREBOARD:
            2006 circulation: 144,000
            2012 circulation: 70,000 daily, 96,000 Sunday

            No sense getting in the way of a suicide … stand clear of that carbon monoxide, folks!

    2. Again excellent, Anonymous…
      I tweeted all the advertisers noted (keep ’em coming) and with the exception of ‘lower my bills’ (a shyster no doubt) and Cross County (still in the 1940s, probably, even with the remodel), all the others were on Twitter.

      Note: ‘shop local’ is a Gannett company, so their advertising is incestuous.

      I will keep reminding them all that Twitter is a powerful tool to take advertising away from them – you should do the same.

      Together we can put the rag that is the JN out of business.

  127. Its about time…
    that someone has the guts to fight back. The lefties can’t take a punch without whining and crying.

    1. Apparently, neither can the
      Apparently, neither can the “righties” or “conservatards” or whatever other ignorant disgrace to the English language you morons have come up with.

      1. Lefties
        Speaking as someone who attended Berkeley and regularly cruised Telegraph Ave and the Haight:

        Lefties can’t take a punch.

  128. Personal Information
    I think we need to make these people pay even more of a price. I would like to start seeing, in the name of fair jounalism from a private persons perspective, more personal data given to the public on these people who think they are entitled to push their liberal agenda’s and lies and think they can just hide behind the idea that they are “journalist” so it entitles them to be able to say anything they want with no consequences. How about we start getting into their private lives, posting their extra marital affairs, arrest records, and their past indiscretions? I’d like to have their family members posted and their privacy ruined like they do others. In the name of “fairness” it’s time the public makes the media members have to play by the same rules. Maybe now they will start to be more civil?

  129. Personal Information
    I think we need to make these people pay even more of a price. I would like to start seeing, in the name of fair journalism from a private persons perspective, more personal data given to the public on these people who think they are entitled to push their liberal agenda’s and lies and think they can just hide behind the idea that they are “journalist” so it entitles them to be able to say anything they want with no consequences. How about we start getting into their private lives, posting their extra marital affairs, arrest records, and their past indiscretions? I’d like to have their family members posted and their privacy ruined like they do others. In the name of “fairness” it’s time the public makes the media members have to play by the same rules. Maybe now they will start to be more civil?

    1. Personal Information
      Oh, God bless you. The public does deserve to know exactly who the people that influence us are. The media has destroyed every successful person and hero in modern society. The only persons they seem to admire are Hollywood and the very wealthy (if they are libs, married their money, inherited it from daddy – or has the last name Kennedy.

      The media consider themselves part of their own definition of “the elite, the masterminds, the ones who have all the answers for the unwashed masses.”

    2. re Personal Information
      Commercial websites that provide background checks could help you with that. But posting or publishing such information would be an abuse of publicly available information–possibly even a crime. If you pay for such a service, then you are responsible for what you do with the information.

  130. interesting
    it is a very bold statement to release the names of gun owners. As if the gun owner is someone that should be be feared. Perhaps this article will level the playing field a bit and help others see what it is like to have their own personal information spread on public media sites.
    I did not see in the article whether or not any of those listed had gun permits. Would be interested to know that..

    1. interesting
      gun owner permit just listed persons with permits not whether they had guns. Newspaper could not list who had guns because MOST CRIMINALS DO NOT REGISTER FOR PERMITS.

      1. Registration
        Heck. I challenge anyone to name one criminal who registered their weapons.

        I challenge anyone to identify one incident where weapon registration prevented a crime.

    2. in re to interesting
      Personally, I’d rather know which DUI journalists live in the neighborhood so that I’m not on the street when they’re drinking and driving. Commercial background checks make such publicly available information easy to research, but posting that information would be a terrible abuse–possibly even a crime. So, I guess we won’t ever know which Journal News employees have any criminal record of any sort.

  131. great website
    You know you have them scared when the liberals begin posting….most sound like DemocraticUnderground members…

    Why dont you liberals go back to you DemocraticUnderground message board and do your everyday bitching about george bush and leave the patriotic work to us Americans…

    And from what i saw on your message board it seems the real lefties are even putting down your reasonable longtime members who own guns….you do know the NRA has a higher approval than Obama and trust that he knows that also which is why your main man aint gonna do as much on this as you dream he will..

    1. Scared of what? Gun owners
      Scared of what? Gun owners who are too much of a pussy to admit they own guns?

      You can tell you have them desperate when they have to literally tell you that you’re scared.

      1. Guns getting into criminal hands
        No I’m not scared. It is simple personal security measures. As you may have read stories about people updating their face book and telling people they are going somewhere 4 hrs away, they come home to find their house emptied out. The first part of security is controlling the information about yourself. Don’t toss an empty box for a large flat screen tv in the open for trash pickup etc. A law abiding gun owner keeps their gun owning information private so that others are not aware that there is a gun to steal. Secondly, they keep them locked up. However when someone knows you have a gun they want to steal, all they have to do is wait until you leave for a period of time and steal the safe. JN posting of this information just took away one security measure to protect guns from getting into criminal hands.

      2. Scared
        Typical of a very ignorant person who has no clue how things really work. I hope you get what you need to educate yourself!

      3. gun owners
        You my friend are apparently the typical liberal
        anti gun nut. I live in the free part of Washington State ( the east part) and am a holder of a CWP permit and a retired law enforcement officer, I just hope that the first person injured
        or killed ,their family will sue the rag for every
        penny they have, this is still a free country and anyone desiring to own a firearm being able to pass the back ground have that right. And by the way I am not scared but be careful as I am armed.

  132. Gun Permit Map
    I notice that the Journalism Professor indicated that the comments and reply of this site were not responsible but failed to mention that the journalists and editors of the paper needlessly endangered INNOCENT FAMILY MEMBERS, but I guess that is Okay. Wonder where journalist get their moral and arrogant social values. What should have been done is post names,work place, schools, bus route and number, of staff and family.Let’s see how they like it?

  133. It’s gone beyond international
    This matter just made it to Wikipedia.

    Check the article on The Journal News. It’s under “controversies”. If you check the history, the posting has been expanded twice by two different people.

      1. Good for you, Bob, you’ve made history…
        or history such as it is on Wikipedia, which is at the very least the full set Encyclopedia Britannica of modern America. It is indeed an honor to be noted there, I commend you.

        As to the gutless filthy cowards (and the employees who post here without registering) who are rushing to scrub their Twitter accounts and Facebook notations, how excellent that you have the enemy on the run.

        They can dish it out, but they cannot take it, eh?
        Too bad there isn’t enough pressure on the enemy to take down the map.

        Perhaps in 2013, here’s hoping that the JN goes out of business.

  134. 1st amendment
    If the Journal news thinks they can mess with the second amendment then perhaps it is time to talk about changing the first amendment. The founding fathers could never have imagined the media we have today.The media is out of control and most likely promotes massacres with their ridiculous coverage of these incidents making the killers infamous and giving them exactly what these murderers want. To bring attention to themselves and to make society pay for their suffering. The media gladly spreads their message around the world, giving others the same idea. The media also promotes violence with thse ridiculous violent movies that show the unrealistic and maleovelant use of guns. The media is partly responsible for these shootings and yet will not accept any blame at all. It appears the first amendment will need to be altered to stop propaganda machines like the News Journal from spreading their message of hate and intolerance and bigotry. They have endangered the lives of police officers, abused women and more. Also, the names and addresses of permit holders shuld have never been released. I would think that there should have been a confidentiality and privacy clause within the permit that only law enforcement could get a hold of that information. The laws there may need to be changed.

  135. Listing employees addreses
    So not only did they pinpoint which homes are not protected for criminals. They also just gave criminals a road map to homes that have firearms that they can rob to get a gun. Another shining day for left wing media. This site is awesome in that in today’s world so many people do things with no accountability in mind.Mainstream media which is longer unbiased but horribly left prints or shows what they will to further the lefts agenda. Thankfully sites like this take the guess work out of who’s who. It’s good to know where I can send mail to express my discontent with journalists in a more personal way. Not through emails or blogs etc… Thank you and well done.

    1. Employee addresses? Really?
      If your goal is truly to have a place where you can “send mail to express my discontent with journalists in a more personal way,” you don’t need their home addresses. You can send your cards and letters to them at the Journal News, whose White Plains address is no secret. And, because Journal News journalists, unlike those of us posting on this board, put their names on the stories that appear online, you can email them simply by clicking their names. So, Mr. Anonymous, did you really not know this, or do you have something else in mind?

    1. permits
      Has anyone run any commercially available background checks on any of the Journal News employees? InstantCheckMate.com is one option. I’m sure other, similar services are out there.

  136. The “Urinal” News
    Senator Greg Ball said it best in a recent email:

    “As many of you know, The ‘Urinal’ News (new name, evidently) recently revealed the addresses of homeowners with pistol permits in Westchester and Rockland Counties,”

    This rag is best suited to line bird cages!

  137. Enforce the law
    Wow, what is going wrong? Meet the press David Gregory willfully and knowingly violated local gun laws by possessing a high capacity magazine. Now the President is appearing on the show with this criminal on Sunday.

    1. Thumbs Down
      My point is that there are current gun laws that need to be enforced; we don’t need more gun laws.

  138. Journal trampling on right?
    I’m wondering if this rebuttal could be made to happen… use FOIA to detail a list of all misdemeanor and felony driving offenses committed by any employee of that rag. Believe that’s all fair game in the public disclosure world. Buy a billboard near the newspaper, with names addresses and charges proudly displayed. That would not have the reach of the newspaper, but should create
    some disgruntled employees. Last I can recall, poorly operated vehicles are still killing more people than firearms in the U.S. Yes I will help pay for it.
    George Y. (Sacramento)

    1. Journal is trampling on rights.
      You don’t even need to FOIA anyone. Just plunk down a few bucks for a membership to a background check site such as InstantCheckMate.com and you might be able to get that information. What you do with the information is your responsibility.

  139. Gee…
    …it’d be a terrible thing if some criminal types cross-referenced the addresses of the Journal employees with the Journal’s map of gun permit holders and found out which houses are unlikely to be protected. I hope that doesn’t happen.

    1. Cross Reference
      The point to cross reference is to find out if JN posted 100% of all information or if they filtered it. The freedom of speech should not be filtered for their (JN) own good. Either post 100% of the information or don’t post any information. It is not intended to show who in JN is not protected, only to prove they did not provided the entire story, which the lack of information is a means of a civil court to determine what they should be financially punished.

      1. Print All addresses
        All Jounalist names and addresses should be printed. Enough of this double standard! I’m gussing you are coordinating with Chris Fountain’s website. He had jounalist names who lived as far away as Virginia.

        1. Cross reference
          If your comment is at me, no I’m not coordinating with Chris Fountain’s website. My agenda is gun information should not be publishable information, David Gregory with Meet the Press should be arrested for willfully and knowingly violating local gun law by possessing a high capacity magazine ( he promotes stronger gun laws however feels he is above current gun laws and the President is going to be on his show with David Gregory on Sunday even after Meet the Press stated that David Gregory was on vacation for the week) , and the laws need to come in line with the time of the internet.

  140. Who really owns “The Journal News”
    Gannett is the head of the Snake, “The Journal News” is only the tail and possibly Gannett’s “Sacrificial Lamb”… Need to cut off the head to kill a Snake … Gannett owns newspapers across the country (Gannett Company, Inc. is a publicly traded ( Under symbol GCI on NYSE) media holding company headquartered in Tysons Corner, Virginia, near McLean. It is the largest U.S. newspaper publisher as measured by total daily circulation. Its assets include the national newspaper USA Today and the weekly USA Weekend. Its largest non-national newspaper is The Arizona Republic in Phoenix, Arizona. Other significant newspapers include The Indianapolis Star, The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Tennessean in Nashville, Tennessee, The Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky, the Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester, NY, The Des Moines Register, the Detroit Free Press and The News-Press in Fort Myers. Gannett owns 23 television stations through Gannett Broadcasting Inc.[4] and is the largest group owner of NBC-affiliated stations (all Liberal). Gannett also holds substantial properties in digital media including PointRoll, BNQT Media Group,[6] Planet Discover,[7] Ripple6[8] and ShopLocal through Gannett Digital. …Go after every one of these. If you subscribe to one cancel your subscription and tell them why you are canceling. Let advertisers in these rags know you will boycott their stores. If you own stock sell it, if your pension fund has stock in Gannett ask that it be sold.
    CEO of the parent company is
    Gannett CEO
    Gracia C Martore
    728 Springvale Rd
    Great Falls, VA 22066
    (703) 759 5954

    1. 728 Springvale Rd
      Values History
      Tax Year Land Building Assessed Total Tax Exempt
      2012 $470,000 $508,490 $978,490 NO
      2011 $470,000 $572,190 $1,042,190 NO
      2010 $517,000 $619,420 $1,136,420 NO
      2009 $537,000 $673,120 $1,210,120 NO
      2008 $565,000 $764,340 $1,329,340 NO
      2007 $511,000 $854,120 $1,365,120 NO
      2006 $511,000 $899,070 $1,410,070 NO
      2005 $492,000 $599,380 $1,091,380 NO
      2004 $385,000 $599,375 $984,375 NO
      2003 $310,000 $572,245 $882,245 NO
      2002 $205,900 $572,245 $778,145 NO
      2001 $205,900 $476,685 $682,585 NO
      2000 $205,900 $383,250 $589,150 NO

    2. Strange Voice on machine ?
      Called that # yesterday , and The Computer from Star Trek Took my message , I might have done a Captain Kirk Computer Killer episode on it though ?

  141. fenfab
    We need to go after the advertisers of this paper and Gannett. Publish the names, addresses, phone number of the main advertisers and you will see quick action from LoHud.

  142. Arrest, Felony, Misdemeanor Records of Gannett Employees
    It would be a terrible abuse of publicly available information if someone were to use InstantCheckMate.com or a similar service to obtain and publish all the publicly available court records of Gannett News executives, directors, and employees who have ever had a DUI, been arrested, or fallen on the wrong side of the law in any way. That would be a terrible abuse of such information.

  143. Largest Fund holders of Gannett, the owner of “Journal Review”
    If you have investments in any of these funds you are supporting the gun grabbers…These are the largest fund investors in Gannett Co. the owner of “Journal News”

    Holder
    VANGUARD GROUP, INC. (THE)
    AllianceBernstein, L.P.
    Ariel Investments, LLC
    LSV ASSET MANAGEMENT
    STATE STREET CORPORATION
    BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A.
    Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
    JP MORGAN CHASE & COMPANY
    Contrarius Investment Management Limited
    SPRUCEGROVE INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT LTD

    Top Mutual Fund Holders
    Holder
    Aston/Fairpointe Mid Cap Fund
    ARIEL FUND
    VANGUARD TOTAL STOCK MARKET INDEX FUND
    VANGUARD MID-CAP INDEX FUND
    JP MORGAN MID CAP VALUE FUND
    ARIEL APPRECIATION FUND
    VANGUARD 500 INDEX FUND
    VANGUARD INSTITUTIONAL INDEX FUND-INSTITUTIONAL INDEX FD
    SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust
    JNL Series Trust-JNL/S&P Intrinsic Value Fund

  144. Laura Incalcaterra
    If you’re still looking for Journal News employees’ home addresses, various sites list the home address of reporter Laura Incalcaterra as 78 Regina Road, Airmont, NY 10952 … sometimes listed as Monsey, NY.

  145. Lawsuits are coming !!!
    Can’t wait to see the first lawsuit by a homeowner whose home was burglarized based in part on the information published by The journal news.

  146. Lawsuits are coming !!!
    Can’t wait to see the first lawsuit by a homeowner whose home was burglarized based in part on the information published by The journal news.

  147. How do we organize
    I want to not only shine a light on the hypocracy of the journalist that did this, but join a real grassroots effort to push back on the media in general. We need to make Occupy Wall Street look like a backyard marshmellow roast. We have the numbers. We have the technolgy. We can go around these bozo’s.

    If Anonymous is really the organization they say that they are, they need to step up to the plate for once and protect the one right that protects the rest.

    For the rest of us, are we prepared to engage in protests, civil disobedience, etc… ?

    This is bigger that simply gun rights. This is THE make or break moment for the nation.

    1. civil disobedience
      civil disobedience is not the way to go. JN has made their move, we just have to sit back and wait for a violent stalker to find a hidden victim that needed to get a gun for protection and the stalker attack them based on the info provided by JN. Only then will the law bring down a large financial judgment that will truly hurt their pocket. Sounds crude, however sometimes we have to wait for things to play out. Unfortunately the wheels of laws turn slowly and it will take several attacks due to what info JN provided until the law changes.

  148. searching tools for finding info on someone
    search engine what it will do for you
    http://www.zabasearch.com/
    always start your search here first d.o.b. of person year of birth
    month of birth
    sometimes day
    person’s first and/ or middle name
    previous and current addresses
    when you find what you believe is a match click on confirm current phone & address

    then you will come here:
    http://www.intelius.com/
    this shows you all related persons to individual all known addresses current and previous
    then for a criminal/ civil history type in any state with judiciary such as new york judiciary
    use all your previous info for case searches
    free of charge / no pay / no trail

    1. How to Find Journal News Employees
      Good suggestions. And sometimes the Journal News itself is a treasure trove of biographical information about its own employees.

      For instance, if you’re looking for reporter Jane Lerner, her helpful employer says she “covers the health and hospitals beat for The Journal News in Rockland (County) … She has a master’s degree from the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, where she completed a concentration in health and science writing. She lives in Rockland (County)…”

      Well, that narrows it down. We could look through the online property records in Rockland County, New York, but let’s see what we can find from the usual telephone number search engines. Hmmm … http://www.switchboard.com comes up with four listings of a Jane Lerner, two at the same address. But does any of them have an address in Rockland County? Not the one in East Rockaway, and not the one in Brooklyn, but the one with the two listings lives in New City … which just happens to be in Rockland County.

      But is this the same Jane Lerner who works at the Journal News? Well, if you do a reverse lookup on Switchboard, you’ll notice that the New City address comes back to a Jane Lerner (twice), a Jane Langer and another person named Langer.

      Hmmm … so what happens if we Google “Jane Lerner Langer” and “Columbia Journalism School”? Bingo — we find that there’s a Fall 2009 PDF from The Journalism School at Columbia University … and on Page 10, listed among its annual donors, is a “Jane Lerner Langer, Class of 1986.”

      Now let’s see what Facebook brings. Why, lookee there — a Jane Lerner who lives in New City, New York. And among her Likes are three articles from the Journal News website LoHud.com and a fourth from the New Yorker titled — wait for it! — “Newtown and the Madness of Guns.”
      https://www.facebook.com/jane.lerner1?ref=ts&fref=ts

      Sounds like we’ve located our Lois Lane, who’s listed on Switchboard as:

      Jane Langer
      1 Tilda Ln
      New City, NY 10956
      (845) 634-3512

      Jane Lerner
      1 Tilda Ln
      New City, NY 10956
      (845) 634-1818

      Jane Lerner
      1 Tilda Ln
      New City, NY 10956
      (845) 634-3219

      Gotta love that “legally obtained public information” — right, Journal News?

    2. free of charge/no pay/no trial
      The personal searches on individuals are not free. Just a FYI … when you misspell ‘TRIAL’ as ‘TRAIL’ that should be a real red-flag as to the credibility of the poster who posted this information.

  149. Liberal Press is now Yellow Journalism
    Liberal press is now propaganda machine for the agenda . .twisting and distorting issues and harming law abiding citizens along the way!

  150. The North is at it Again , From Cap’n Bubba , Bayou Tesh , LA.
    The People Not “Folks” like the Prez Sez have been Fine in The South with all this Gun , and “Assault Gun” Bans , and More crime as a Result of More guns , and who can have em .
    With All Your Bickering against Protecting yourselves ,and Who can or can’t , You All Have forgot One Big Thing , and that is We Don’t Care Who Has a Gun , But When Anybody “Personally Does a Wrong aven with a BB Gun , We Take that Person , and Make Them Pay , and Not Their Neighbors !
    it Seems that With All The Other Rights , And Money You Are Losing Everyday , You Should Care More About What You ALL Said Was The MOST Important Thing in The World To You , Before All This Noise From The Left , And Think About a House Divided , And Don’t Think Your Enemies Don’t See It , We Do , And We Do NOT Let That Happen Here in Terrebone Parish , or Most Places South of D.C. !

    Wake UP , And Work Together or it’s ALL Gone to China !

    Bubba St.Jaques , (Cap’n Bubba’s Gator Guides”)Bayou Tesh , Terrebone Parish , LA>

  151. The Cap’n Again , Won’t Keep squawkin !
    remember it was the “economy” , and not guns that you were hot on in the past election ?

    who has turned your attention away from your wallets ? one nut with a stolen gun ?

    gonna let one nut run your way o’ life ?

    the people who want you to fail , your enemy , is a watchin , and a waitin !

    who is that , your neighbor ?

    no , he was elected , and works with the papers who got you scared of each other !

    don’t bring it down here !

  152. Updates to Map Story
    This article has been updated with…

    1. The exchange of letters between the Journal News and the Putnam County Clerk showing exactly what the Journal News was seeking to create — a map show the location of every licensed handgun in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties. It should be clear they were NOT seeking to create just a map of pistol permit holders but could not get the information they wanted fast enough (they will eventually get it).

    2. My answers to questions from a Reuters (and former Journal News) reporter which were left out of the story that ultimately ran. She did manage to run a quote from an “objective” professor who was displeased that I, along with others, had taken what could have been a high-minded discussion on “gun control” and put it into the gutter by being “childish and petulant”. See how that works? If you create a Google Map based on public records of people who own guns that is a high-minded discussion on “gun control” but if you create a Google Map based on public records of people who created the map in the first place that is “rolling in the gutter”. Apparently the only high-minded discussion is one in which the issue comes pre-framed from the left and takes place with rules of engagement established by the left. If you refuse to play by their rules then you are “petulant”. The professor might have noted that the Journal News map was presented without context other than that supposedly people were curious to know because they were afraid after the Newtown shooting thus correlating legal gun ownership with the murderous actions of a sociopath.

    Note that Noreen O’Donnell worked at the Journal News for many years up until recently but does not bother to mention that either in her emails to me or in the Reuters article. Would it have any bearing on the story that the author has close personal relationships with many of the people working at the Journal News today?

    3. A list of national and local advertisers of the Journal News compiled by the Westchester County Firearm Owners Association. They want members and supporters to write to these companies and express their disapproval of the Journal News map and engage in a boycott of these advertisers until their pull their ads from the Journal News or the Journal News pulls their map.

    1. gun owner list
      It would be interesting to obtain the list the journal got and compare it to the one they published to see if they “scrubbed” the list for family,friends, neighbors, VIP’s and possibly themselves.

      1. FOIL the FOIL
        I have already made this FOIL request (see above) and will run the exact comparison you suggest ASAP.

    2. Keep the Faith
      Robert,

      Nice work. But are you going to update the names, addresses, phone numbers and other information pertaining to Journal News employees?

      If you do a little scrolling down, you’ll see that there have been numerous such posts in recent days, providing everything from home addresses to Facebook accounts. However, your master list of Journal News employees doesn’t reflect those grassroots efforts of your readers.

      Speaking of your master list, FYI: The Facebook address you list for Frank A. Becerra Jr. is actually the Facebook address of Johnathan Bandler. Good luck!

    3. Keep the Faith
      Robert,

      Nice work. But are you going to update the names, addresses, phone numbers and other information pertaining to Journal News employees?

      If you do a little scrolling down, you’ll see that there have been numerous such posts in recent days, providing everything from home addresses to Facebook accounts. However, your master list of Journal News employees doesn’t reflect those grassroots efforts of your readers.

      Speaking of your master list, FYI: The Facebook address you list for Frank A. Becerra Jr. is actually the Facebook address of Johnathan Bandler. Good luck!

      1. good catch
        It is a lot of work, lots of cutting and pasting. I fixed the error on Becerra. Thanks.

        In addition to comments I have hundreds of emails and many containing records from readers. I did not even realize people were posting info in the comments like that.

        Recall that I need to then fact-check the tips I get. It has gotten a bit overwhelming

        I will work my way though the comments ASAP.

  153. Keeo the pressure on these low lifes
    Mr. Cox,

    Fantastic job on providing the advertisers. Maybe a little financial pressure and they will relent or fold up, either option sounds good.

  154. Get This Out There!
    sam colt Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    December 30th, 2012 at 7:29 am
    GET THIS OUT THERE!!!
    •    The Dick Act of 1902 clearly “prohibits” politicians or others from confiscation of firearms of any type
    •    What part of “shall not be infringed” don’t these mental midgets like Diane Frankenstein GET THIS OUT THERE!!!
    •    The Dick Act of 1902 clearly “prohibits” politicians or others from confiscation of firearms of any type
    •    What part of “shall not be infringed” don’t these mental midgets like Diane Frankenstein understand.
    MOLON LABE or Μολὼν λαβέ,! “Come and receive them!”
    • Lets get some signatures on this petition to the White house:
    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/make-any-act-against-second-amendment-grounds-treason/LDkCNHD0
    And
    • Sign this Petition: WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO:
    Try Senator Dianne Feinstein in a Federal Court For Treason To The Constitution:
    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/try-senator-dianne-feinstein-federal-court-treason-constitution/TVq4dXPg

  155. Cap’n Bubba (USMC ret.) Again !
    You R Absolutely Right , I Do NOT Know What Part Of it They Don’t Get ?

    It Says “Shall Not” , and not “Should Not” , Hows That Again They Say , We’re Lawyers , and Don’t Recall , and Who in The 90’s Made That Phrase Famous ?

    “Queen Hilary” , Named For “Sir Edmund ” , She Said , but Later Recanted !
    Feinstein Belongs in “Californica” , and That Should Not Be Infringed !

    C’Mon Down to Our Gator Camp , Ain’t No Fightin Here !Just a Little “Free Speech ” !

  156. Another way to expose Lohud reporters…
    I don’t know if anyone has suggested this. But since much personal info has already been obtained about the Lohud personnel, here’s an additional way to “up the ante”. Search police records on their employees. Find out who has been arrested for a DUI or any other reason and make that info public. That’ll fix ’em.

    1. Drunken Liberals ? Really ?
      Do You Mean To Suggest That A “Socially Responsible” Liberal , OR Politician , Teacher , or Anyone That is in a Position of Responsibility Would Get Drunk , And Then DRIVE ?

      That is Impossible , Ain’t it ,…..I Mean They Took an Oath to Their “Social Conscience” to Act Always in a Responsible Manner , and if We were to Put ANY Stock in That , we May even Find Out That One , or Two have been Convicted of Child Molestation or Some other Hideous Thing !

      Cast The First Stone All The Time Don’t They ?

    2. ANOTHER WAY-AGREE FIGHT FIRE WITH MORE FIRE
      Perhaps publishing this sort of information will hit home with this newspaper-would the reporter want al his private stuff out there for the public? I think NOT.

  157. AMAZON.COM
    We , Our Family Buy Most of our Durable Household , Sporting , and General STUFF On “Amazon.com , so if That helps , I Just Noticed the Note .

    The Cap’n Bubba , Bayou Tesh , LA.

    and don’t forget , C’MON DOWN , NO SNOW HERE !

  158. Thank you!!!
    Our Mother is on that list. Thanks for all your hard work. We must fight them all the way until that map is taken down. xoxoxoxo

  159. Statistics
    This seems to struck a tooth root with a lot of Americans who value the bill of rights.

    It would be interesting if everyone who posts could include: Pro gun or Anti gun
    Own gun or No gun

    I’ll bet a lot of people who are usually anti gun are ticked by this little stunt.

    1. Cap’n Bubba’s Gatuh Camp LLC
      Yes We in Terrebone Parish are Required BY LAW To Own at Least 2- Handguns , 2-Shotguns , and 2-of Anything That Will Kill a Burglars Getaway car in LESS Than “One Minute” !

      So Yeah ,……..Put Me Down for the “Legal Limit” !

    2. Just because we don’t agree doesn’t mean you can write me off…
      I’mpPro-gun, own a gun (or two), don’t think this is doing anything except making all gun owners look as bad as the JN scum.

  160. Cap’n Bubba Again , It is Great What YOU Have Done .
    Think about it , I Understand why Bob has done this , because I May , No ,….Would Have done the Same Thing , but a Lot Worse .

    You , All Who have commented most likely are in the Near abouts the Area where This “Cage Droppin Catcher” is Printed , and This Being about “Legal’ Guns as a Base subject , and The “Elitist” Attitude this Rag , and The Snoutee Way they Think , I Know if That were an Article about Gay , or a Religious thing 20 years ago , My response would have been “Jack Mad Dog Nasty” , but for Your info , Down Here , and Most Places else , The Ads Would have been pulled on Day One , Hit Em in The Pockets ,………….Hit Somebody in The Pockets , and it hurts Worse Than a Broken Jaw , so Good Luck , and Bless You All for Stickin Up For People Who You May NOT Agree with , but Defend Their “Legal” Right To Have Privacy , and Liberty !

    You Will Have To Face This Again with This Prez , on Some Other Topic , so be Warned , and Stick Together .

    The Greatest of ALL Liars was Who ?

    He May be in The White House , and Not just in “The Holy Bible” !
    The Cap’n .

  161. Tora! Tora! Tora!
     
    “I fear we have awakened a sleeping giant and filled him with a terrible resolve.”

    1. “Pearl Harbor” Revelation !
      From : Cap’n Bubba , Bayou Tesh , LA.

      Yeah , That Japanese Admiral who Said That was One of The Smarter one’s in WW-2 , He Knew The Power of The “American People” , Once Riled Like a Hibernating Bear ,……..Now Where’s My Dinner for All My Trouble of YOU Wakin Me Up ? ……………..YOU’LL DO FOR NOW !

      Don’t Mess With The U.S .

  162. I am calling advertisers
    I am calling advertisers starting tomorrow and letting them know I am going to their competition because they advertise with a Gannett publication. Good Bye Ace Hardware, good bye Lowes and Hello Home Depot!

  163. Journal News Rag
    Refreshing to know there are a few free thinking and conservative people up in the Northeast that realize the vast and overwhelming majority of gun owners are rational, law abiding people, who work for what they have, and are willing to protect it if the need ever arises. Sadly, liberal robots, such as the publishers of the publication in question, are incredibly self righteous and seem to spend all their time trying to inflict their views and will on everyone else around them. Whatever happened to “live and let live” and taking ownership of your own problems and not incessantly trying to blame other people for your own bad judgement. To penalize the masses for the actions of an infinitely small number of people is unconscionable, irresponsible, and reprehensible. I always thought for someone to call themselves a journalist, they would be committed to reporting only facts to be written down and reported to the reader for him/her to form thei own opinion. Obviously these people have no idea of the function they should be performing. Their publication is merely a fabrication of their own opinions and a blatant effort to jerk each other off. Remember when Geithner said “never let a good disaster go to waste”. It seems these people of “Journal Views” are faithful disciples of his.

    1. A few?
      Don’t judge the Northeast by the POS rag that is the JN.

      The POS rag that is the JN messed with the wrong people, they expected the law abiding citizens of NY to just roll over while they perpetrated their PR BS to increase their eyeballs (as if anyone would PAY for their online BS articles) or subscriptions (happily it had the opposite effect, the word is out – CANCEL YOUR JOURNAL NEWS POS!).

      Wrong,JN employees cowering here under anonymous ids and under your desks at Gannett headquarters.

      This won’t end until you shut down your filthy invasion of privacy map, you DBs.

      1. Names ON Comments ?
        How do You Do That , All I See is “Subject” , and “Comment” , but NO Place for Your Real , or E-Mail Acct. , Please Advise on How to , I Am Fearless When I Am Right ,…..And Wrong TOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !

        Just Don’t Tell Ma , She Gets Riled Easy , I Have Gone “You Tube” with Her Neurosis’ , but To No Avail , Too Much Sugar in The “Liquid Cornbread” I’m A Thinkin !

        Also On Another Note , A New “Lawdog” Chief of Police Over in Alabama ,……Tried to Get Folks To Turn in “Un-Registered”Handguns of All Kinds , and He Was Gonna Have Them Melted into Manhole Covers , and Monkey bars for Playgrounds , Cept One Thing , The Manhole Covers Got Stole By His Cousin at The Smelter Plant in Ga. , Some Guy Huh ?

        Turns out they are worth more than the junk guns that were comin in .

        Both Men are Now Improvin the Roads Down Here , Not By Choice

    2. Don’t penalize the masses?!
      Isn’t that exactly what this website is doing? “Punishing” (your term) Journal News employees who had nothing to do with the writing or publication of this article and map!

  164. Advertisers
    It won’t be today, but I am preparing to fire up the word processor, load in the list of advertisers and print out a letter – that will be delivered SNAIL MAIL. There’s something about the (minuscule) extra time and expense that tells the recipient you aren’t making a hollow threat.

    Figure it will take me about 1 hour and $10 in stamps and envelopes to send to the 20 that practice in my state.

  165. Journal News purpose of list
    One must ask what the real purpose of publishing the list of permit holders was. In my opinion, as well as the opinion of the “Westchester County Firearm Owners Association” was to “intimidate and bully lawful gun-owning citizens”. We should ask ourselves how we can best respond to such tactics. In my opinion the best response is to fight fire with fire. The Journal News hoped to create a situation where the neighbors of the permit holders would talk to the permit holders about their gun ownership. The same tactics should be used against the employees of the Journal News.

    How might this be accomplished is the next thing we should ask ourselves. In my opinion, the best way this can be done is by following the employees home and taking their picture. Once that is done flyers can be printed up and taken door to door to the homes of the employees neighbors. First the indentity of the employee should be established, then the neighbor should be notified of a planned protest in their neighborhood against employees of the Journal News. All persons involved in the door to door activity should be attired in their “sunday best” to present an aire of respect and responsibility. It would be best if couples, such as a husband and wife, were to do all the door to door activity.

    Now to the day of the Journal News employee neighborhood protest. In my opinion, all required permits should be obtained and the local police should be notified of the planned protest. All persons involved in the protest should be well dressed and conduct themselves in a respectful and civil manner. There should be at least three to four video cammeras running at all times to insure the safety of everyone involved.

    In my opinion, the protests should not be limited to just the reporters. The general workers at the paper are just as important, if not more so, than the management and reporters. We should all realize that you can not print a newspaper without roll paper stock and ink. A newspaper can not be delivered to a private home until it is taken to a distribution point. I believe that the best way to put pressure on the Journal News, is to put pressure on the “regular employees”. Make the “regular employees” feel as uncomfortable as the permit holders felt.

    Respectfully,
    John S.
    Columbus, OH

    1. Are you out of your mind?
      That sounds like a great way to have someone get hurt – there are a lot of crazies out there who may feel so strongly that they take matters into their own hands if they don’t get the reaction they are looking for.

      We don’t need that kind of publicity.

      The message we have been sending is a strong one, and is being heard. It should stand for itself without more actively endangering anyone.

      1. Journal News purpose of list.
        I do think, in my opinion, that you are projecting your own thought and belief systems upon people you do not know. Did I not say that everyone should be, “respectful and civil”? In case you forgot, I will provide my full quote.

        “Now to the day of the Journal News employee neighborhood protest. In my opinion, all required permits should be obtained and the local police should be notified of the planned protest. All persons involved in the protest should be well dressed and conduct themselves in a respectful and civil manner. There should be at least three to four video cameras running at all times to insure the safety of everyone involved.”

        Please tell me how anything I stated in my “opinion piece”, called for violence. Did I not call for all permits to be obtained? Did I not call for police notification? Did I not say that everyone should be respectful and civil? Did I not say that video cameras should be used for the safety of all persons.

        If you can explain to me how anything I stated in my opinion piece called for “more actively endangering anyone.” as you put it, I would be shocked.

        Time to be honest. Hold people to account. The first amendment says “Congress shall pass no law”, not citizens will have no opinion!!!!

        Respectfully,
        John S.
        Columbus, OH

        1. I appreciate your thoughtful response, but…
          I think you may have misunderstood the tone and content of my comment.

          I don’t think you were “calling for” anyone to be more actively endangered or violent. However, I do think that you cannot possibly control these protests that you suggest. I also think that there are people who could negatively impact our cause by going overboard at these protests. Dressing well and obtaining permits doesn’t guarantee anything.

          Also, what exactly would they be protesting? What would the goal be?

    2. Here’s What I Think Would Work
      If you really want to embarrass the Journal News, all it would take is one photo showing an armed security guard protecting the building, escorting employees to their cars, etc.

      Or, better yet, a photo of an armed security protecting one of the Journal News’ head mucky-mucks, such as president and publisher Janet Hasson.

      Let’s see a clear image of the paper packing heat when it comes to its own.

      1. Journal News purpose of list.
        While I do agree with what you have written regarding the Journal News, more is needed. It is time to take it to the “regular employees” of the Journal News. After all, they are the backbone of the company. Without the “regular employees”, the company can not exist. It is time for management to understand that the employees are needed for the success of the Journal News. If the management does things that harm the brand, the regular employees must speak out against management.

        Now is the time for regular employees to speak out against management. Now is the time for regular employees to tell management that they believe in the company that they work for, but not the people they work for.

        Respectfully,
        John S.
        Columbus,OH

        1. You’d be surprised what the JN will do to their employees…
          if they speak out. Under threat of firing or bad ratings or other, JN employees (especially in this financial environment) can be made to fear for their employment and there you have the “then they came for me” mentality.

          I’d be very surprised if the regular, good JN employees spoke out on behalf of those whose privacy was invaded. I am NOT surprised to see the lurking cowards playing the corporate (possibly paid 30 pieces of silver to do so) apologists for Gannett and its rag the JN on this board.

  166. Boycott Gannett advertisers
    Boycott Gannett advertisers movement gaining momentum

    http://weaselzippers.us/2012/12/31/advertisers-of-new-york-newspaper-face-boycott-over-papers-decision-to-publish-names-and-addresses-of-legal-gun-owners/

    The New York State Rifle & Pistol Association is calling for a nationwide boycott of the advertisers of the suburban New York newspaper that published online maps revealing names and addresses of people with pistol permits.

    The association on Monday announced it was urging people to stop patronizing any business who advertises with Gannett — the White Plains-based Journal News’ parent company — until the map is removed. On Dec. 22, the Journal News published interactive maps showing the pistol permit holders in the state’s Westchester and Rockland counties. The decision sparked an uproar among conservatives and gun rights advocates, but the paper says it will continue adding names to the map.

    The paper’s decision to publish an online list of pistol permit holders was a “wanton act” that “has put in harm’s way tens of thousands of lawful license holders,” the association stated in a press release.

    The group is encouraging “concerned citizens” to contact national and local advertisers who use the Journal News — including Best Buy, CVS, IKEA and Target, among others — and tell them to stop running ads until the list of lower Hudson Valley pistol license holders is off the web.

    1. This is excellent…
      Bob, has your site been hacked? I am not able to get into your usual site.

      More proof that the rag that is the JN is sweating buckets.

      Keep up the good work, and Happy New Year to you. Here’s to the maps being disabled in 2013.

      And don’t forget, send Tweets to all the advertisers until they force the weasels at the JN to back down.

  167. The Price of Success
    Reader may have noticed that shortly before midnight on New Year’s Eve that the site went a little kerflooey and remained that way for about 12 hours. We had two problems, first we had a technical problem and second we had trouble getting through to our tech folks given the holiday and the timing. Figuring that most folks were out late and sleeping in, along with tech folks I figured I would just not worry about too much until noon.

    I do not want folks to think we were “hacked” or something like that.

    The problem was sort of a “good” problem.

    We ran out of space! The map article is our most read article ever.

    So once my tech guys got on it, it was a quick fix.

    So what can I say…to our many readers this week on the map story, happy new year and thanks for “breaking” the machine with your support 🙂

      1. Robert, here’s another name for you
        Couldn’t directly verify this with Gannett/Journal News employment records, but confidence is high. Cara Matthews’ own online bio info notes that she covers the state house, got her bachelor’s degree in 1990, and formerly worked for newspapers in Connecticut.

        This Cara L. Matthews lives in Albany, down the street from the state capitol … is 44 years old, which corresponds to a 1990 college graduate … and previously lived in Connecticut.

        So here are the details — along with my New Year’s Day toast to what publisher Janet Hasson defends as “legally obtained” information. Gosh, Janet, you’re so right: If the information is publicly available, it might as well be shared with the world.

        Cara Matthews
        397 State St #9A
        Albany, NY 12210
        (518) 432-4094

    1. Good news, Bob,
      I always think first of conspiracies.

      Glad to hear this site is hotter than the collars of all the JN employees who didn’t enjoy their tit for tat.

      Happy New Year to you.

  168. New York County denies
    New York County denies request for names of gun permit holders

    NEW YORK | Tue Jan 1, 2013 6:16pm EST

    (Reuters) – Authorities in a suburban county north of New York City said on Tuesday they will refuse to release names of local gun permit holders to a newspaper that has been publishing the identities of thousands of license-holding residents.

    Putnam County Clerk Dennis Sant said he would defy a request for information about pistol permit holders from the White Plains, New York-based Journal News, which has come under criticism for publishing thousands of such identities already.

    “There is the rule of law, and there is right and wrong and the Journal News is clearly wrong,” Sant said in a statement. “I could not live with myself if one Putnam pistol permit holder was put in harm’s way, for the sole purpose of selling newspapers.”

    1. Isn’t that interesting?
      “The county clerk said he had received hundreds of phone calls urging him not to give the information to the paper.”

      Again, nice to know this site is having an effect. Kudos to all. Interesting especially to know the request can be denied? Seems Putnam has ethics that Westchester and Rockland don’t.

      You don’t think Idoni I …… no he wouldn’t do that, would he? You don’t think the rag JN …. no they wouldn’t do that, would they?

      Perhaps a letter is warranted to the other two county clerks to ask them if they did and the rag JN did?

  169. Look at the hornet’s nest the
    Look at the hornet’s nest the JN has walked into.

    Group claims hacked subscriber database of NY newspaper which published gun permit map

    Posted by William A. Jacobson Tuesday, January 1, 2013 at 8:05pm

    The Lower Hudson Journal News, a Gannett newspaper, caused controversy when it published a map of names and addresses of gun permit holders, and announced that it planned to do so again. The plan for further publication may be in doubt as a neighboring county just announced it was denying the Journal News access to its gun permit database.

    In protest, bloggers posted the home addresses and telephone numbers of Journal News editors and staff. Also cirulating was the personal and family contact information for the Chairwoman of Gannett.

    The Journal News has hired armed guards for its offices, according to Politico, because of threats.

    This privacy war has just escalated dramatically, as a group of self-described ”2nd Amendment supporters” claims it has downloaded and posted on the web what it describes as the “user” database of the Journal News.

    Twitter users claim the list is being widely circulated. Although the links are easily available, I’m not including links to any of the websites containing the alleged database for the same reason I did not provide the personal information sent to me about Gannett’s Chairwoman.

    At least two tweets (only one of which is imaged here) disclosing this development were copied to the Journal News account, @lohud:

    1. Cara Matthews’ address
      Robert,

      I see that you have a Connecticut address for Cara Matthews. Is it possible that she also maintains an Albany address when she’s covering the state house for the Journal News? This one seems to correlate:

      Cara Matthews
      397 State St #9A
      Albany, NY 12210
      (518) 432-4094

  170. Ok, since they’ve hired
    Ok, since they’ve hired security, have people go to their homes & get license plate numbers & make/model of vehicles for you to post.

    1. That’s a really, really bad idea!!!!
      What would the goal of that be? They posted names and addresses. We are posting names, addresses, emails, facebooks, twitter, and phone numbers. It’s already in a gray area of potentially dangerous and harassing.

      Let’s watch our step. The last thing we need is anyone taking this too far. That will defeat our cause very quickly.

      Walk slowly. Carry a big stick.

      1. Agreed
        Yeah, I wouldn’t start imitating the behavior of stalkers.

        JN staffers are already so panicked that they’re hiding or taking down Facebook and Twitter accounts, hiring armed guards at their office, and calling the police about vague complaints that they imagine to be scary and threatening.

        I wouldn’t even be surprised if some of them are applying for gun permits.

        Can’t say I feel sorry for them, since I suspect that a lot of average citizens in their area are now feeling justified fear at the fact that their addresses have been revealed to violent ex-boyfriends, ex-husbands and other lowlifes.

  171. Is JN going to add itself to the interactive map
    Is JN going to add itself to the interactive map now that it has hired armed guards who possess gun permits?

    To not do so seems hypocritical, no?

    1. Hah, that’s hilarious…
      too bad the JN employees don’t have the cleverness to see the irony of this all and the humor of your post.

      I wonder if they warned their gun-toting security detail that they would be invading their privacy by publishing their names and addresses and if – because after all some people don’t LIKE having their privacy invaded – their security detail assigned armed guards from outSIDE the counties whose privacy the JN invaded.

      Tell us, lurking JN employees, do.

  172. Disregard Number for Robert Brum
    I have been advised that the home phone listing for Robert Brum in Pomona is incorrect. Please disregard 845-354-0243. That is the number for an older woman who was assigned that number after Robert Brum moved.

  173. Lets understand who REALLY allowed this information to get out
    Perhaps you should publish the names and home addresss of everyone in the New York State Legislature, because THEY are the ones who decided that this information is Public Record.

    1. Nice try, JN employee…
      at obfuscation BUT, which would you prefer if you were looking to invade the privacy of someone (and we know what the JN employees do when THEIR privacy is invaded, they hire armed guards, figure out the irony yet? Take your time) to find out if they were a legal registered gun owner?

      Cross check on the internet to make sure the names you want to spy on correlate with the addresses, go to the county clerk with the list of names, WAIT on the usually interminable line, ask and re-ask your question of the person behind the desk who has one eye on the clock waiting for their break, submit your request, go home and WAIT days, weeks or months for your list of names and addresses so you can invade the privacy of those in your request if they are indeed a legally registered gun owner?

      OR, do you click on a dot on a map? You tell me.

      WELL??????????

      Try again, and this time place the blame for invasion of privacy where it is due. There’s a good little JN employee.

      1. Speaking of good little JN employees …
        Journal News editor Caryn McBride is now a national media sensation. McBride has become so unhinged over the negative reaction to her paper’s gun owner story that she’s been wasting the local police department’s time with overblown complaints about imaginary threats.

        And if that’s not enough media exposure for Caryn, she’s quite the YouTube star with numerous scintillating chats involving local businesspeople. (OK … the truth is that these amateurish videos are the Internet’s answer to waterboarding. But feel free to subject yourself to the best of Caryn.)

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXi3R0qpxEs

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPfajWJX6rQ

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDWM-Bh8mq0

        And a bonus speech: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWYpoQoVo5g

        1. Caryn McBride’s place
          Want to see where Journal News editor Caryn McBride lives? Her address, 280 Bronxville Road, comes back to the Bronxville Lodge cooperative building, where advertised properties range from $100,000 to $600,000.

          According to one website, “The building is a large, red brick structure of seven stories, with entrances on both Bronxville Road and Garrett Place.”

      2. “New Rochelle Used …………….What ? ……..To Be Normal ?
        I Sincerely think that You R in The Same “Foaming @ The Mouth” Mean Mood as The “Kaul” Guy That wants to Do All Those “Nasty” Things to Gun owners , and Their Kin , Legislators , and such , and Seriously Think That You , and He seek out Some Professional help , and get off The Internet for awhile , and Go Fishin , You R Gettin Older every time You get Nasty like You Do , Chill Bud , It’s gonna be here Tomorrow , Promise .

        Cap’n Bubba St.Jaques-Belanger , Soon To Hang Out another Shingle , “Mood Straitener” !

        1. Oh dear, another JN employee heard from…
          keep it up, Anonymous, you’re making the JN employees look sillier with every post.

  174. add businesses to map
    I suggest you add the local advertisers on your map as well as the national advertisers with a presence in the area.

      1. Local stores have a choice to make
        Sure, local stores need business, but that doesn’t mean they have to advertise in the Journal News.

        And if they’re going to financially support a newspaper that believes in violating the privacy of thousands of average citizens, local stores don’t deserve a free pass.

        I would simply inform them that as long as they continue to advertise in the Journal News, I won’t be spending another penny with them.

        1. Local Stores
          Should families cease putting paid obituaries in the JN…should churches cease putting service schedules in the JN….should people trying to sell homes or cars cease putting ads in the JN….as I suggested…chill out.

          1. Yes, until the rag that is the JN takes down the map…
            or you can do nothing and they will come for you some day.

          2. to bridget: who are they?
            Our Gov’t and the United Nations Military, Bridget. Since you have internet I suggest you get informed like MOST of us. (no offense). GOOGLE: ‘Tom DeWeese Agenda 21’ and go to YouTube and do a SEARCH on ‘Agenda 21’. It’s about the past, present and future of OUR Gov’t in the USSA (United States of Soviet America). We the People are no longer in the USA.
            Join a Tea Party or a CONSTITUTIONAL Grassroots Movement to know more. You get to learn YOUR RIGHTS and what the foundering fathers met for America, ETC.

            May GOD bless you. PLEASE do the RESEARCH and YOUR Question will NO longer be a Question.

          3. Answer to Bridget
            Bridget: In answer to your questions …

            1. Should families cease putting paid obituaries in the JN? YES, ALTHOUGH I’M OK WITH PUTTING A FREE OBITUARY IN THE JN.

            2. Should churches cease putting service schedules in the JN? IF THEY’RE FREE, NO; IF THEY HAVE TO PAY FOR THEM, YES.

            3. Should people trying to sell homes or cars cease putting ads in the JN? YES.

            Now here’s a question for you: Is the Journal News is the only newspaper in that entire area that can handle local obituaries, church service schedules and want ads?

            If not, what’s to chill out about … unless you sell ads for the JN? A boycott only works if you starve the beast — and since the JN has been losing subscribers and revenue at an alarming rate in recent years, this is one beast that can’t afford to get any hungrier.

          4. Answer to Bridget
            I don’t know where you reside…butin this area the JN is the only meaningful distribution source for the info I mentioned previously.

          5. Answer to Bridget
            Well, I don’t live in the Journal News’ coverage area, but I’d be surprised if it has no “meaningful” media competition. After all, we’re talking about the New York City suburbs, not the middle of Wyoming. I’ve already heard the Rockland County Times described as a rival newspaper, and I would think there’d be other alternatives, such as freebie papers, magazines, and radio and TV stations, not to mention the Internet.

            But seriously … are you sure you’re primarily concerned with local businesses, churches and residents with obituaries and want ads to place? It seems more likely that you’re an advertising rep with the Journal News who’s concerned that the paper will suffer further financial losses.

            In any case, my general feeling is that no local businesses or churches are going to be harmed irreparably by pulling their advertising from the Journal News for a few weeks or so. After that, it’s a matter of whether the JN removes its gun owner lists or continues to arrogantly violate the privacy of law-abiding citizens.

          6. Answer to Bridget
            Sorry…Rockland County Times not even close….other forms of communiucation you mention do not arrive on your doorstep. I’m not a ad rep…just presenting common marketing sens to an out of towner.

          7. Answer to Bridget
            Sorry…Rockland County Times not even close….other forms of communiucation you mention do not arrive on your doorstep. I’m not a ad rep…just presenting common marketing sens to an out of towner.

          8. Answer to Bridget
            Perhaps so, but if you’re not a Journal News employee, I still don’t understand your intense interest in “marketing sense” for small businesses and individuals — and your concern that they continue to buy advertising in the JN.

            When you’re taking strong issue with a newspaper over its policy, the best way to get management’s attention is to hit them where they live — in the wallet, by pulling ads and canceling subscriptions.

            A spate of such action is the surest way to prompt the Journal News to reverse its policy. And I doubt that any local businesses would have to close if they didn’t advertise in the JN for a month or so.

    1. Out of Control ! From a Not Anon , “Bubba St. Jaques-Belanger”
      That is What You ALL Seem to be , and When Does the Names on The List STOP ?

      “Joe McCarthy” must Still be Alive up North There , because You sure are Findin More Names to add to the MAP , Why Not ME , I am a Southern Democrat Former Marine !

      C’mon , and get it on with ME , and put me on that list , we DON’T Have one , We Don’t Need one , Because , NO ONE HERE THINKS LIKE THAT !!

      The Cap’n .

      1. You should clarify
        I can’t tell if you’re upset at the Journal News or Robert Cox, and I suspect that others can’t either.

        Who exactly are you comparing to Joe McCarthy — the Journal News or Robert?

        If you’re taking issue with the Journal News, it’s very confusing to complain in here about people being added to the list … unless you also believe that Robert shouldn’t add Journal News employees’ information to his list either.

        1. From : The Cap’n- (Cap’n Bubba’s Gator Guides) TerreboneL
          My Issue is With The “Mob Mentality” This Blog has Attracted , and All The “Let’s Post These Guys NAMES , and Let’s Get Them Too” People Comin Out of The Woodwork on a ” Reasonably Coordinated Blog Scenario” for the Public’s Good , But This Happens in ANY Combustible Situation , it Attracts SOME Real Idiots , and They , and You Know When You Read it , They “Go Off Topic” , and Focus on a “MOB” , Or “Posse Mentality !

          I Just suggested ,to Stay on Point , and Not Drift Away from the Main Issue ,and That “WAS” The Reckless Use Of The “Free Press” , and That They Should be a “Well , and Carefully Regulated Entity” in This Country , Because “The Pen Sometimes is Mightier Than The AR-15” ,…………..BUT NOT ON MY LAND !

          Did I Make Myself Clear ?

          Don’t PRINT MY NAME , OR YOU WILL KNOW IT MUCH BETTER WHEN WE TALK ABOUT THE “First Amendment” Regulations I have in Mind !