At the memorial service for the victims of the Newtown shooting, President Obama said the nation is not doing enough to end the violence and we must change.
We must, as a nation, decide that this is our moment. All of our pent up emotion must be tapped, not only for rage about gun laws, but to create a long-term paradigm shift.
If one quarter of the 70 percent who feel the NRA is, on some level, making unreasonable demands can be convinced to drop their membership it would be over $24 million less in NRA coffers every year.
President Obama is certain to do something that no president has done since Eisenhower. He is about to become the sixth president in history to be elected twice with 51% or more of the popular vote.
Meet the Press reached out to all 31 pro-gun rights Senators to appear on the show to discuss their views. There were no takers.
While Senate Democrats are seeking a new gun control bill, House Republicans like Louie Gohmert are proposing arming teachers with assault weapons.
In one sense, the same sex marriage cases the Supreme Court will hear are about civil and equal rights, but they are also about determining whether or not the bible is the law of the land.
In spite of Governor Walker’s ‘open for business’ slogan, Wisconsin is bad for business, according to Forbes magazine, with job growth projected to be second worst in the country.