Ari Melber Flat Out Calls Mitch McConnell A Threat To Public Safety

To Mitch McConnell and too many other NRA-owned Republican lawmakers, public safety doesn't matter so long as their campaign checks keep cashing.

Democrats Are Gathering The Ammo To Take Down The NRA

Documents have been requested by the House Judiciary Committee from the NRA about the Trump campaign and their role in communications with Russia.

Parkland Dad Warns GOP They’ll Lose Senate For Ignoring Real National Emergency Of Gun Violence

If Republicans continue to hold this issue hostage as the body count grows then more of them will lose their jobs in 2020.

John Heilemann Obliterates Trump: The Real Emergency Is Mass Shootings, Not The Wall

MSNBC's John Heilemann put Trump's cheap national emergency stunt in perspective by saying that the real emergency is guns, not the southern border.

Trump Fails By Remembering Parkland Without Mentioning Guns or Gun Violence

The White House put out a lengthy statement marking the first anniversary of the Parkland shootings, but the statement never mentioned guns or gun violence.

For Parkland survivors, a year of political gains and unresolved pain

The student campaign in support of gun control, which featured a massive march on Washington and in other cities around the country, resulted in the formation of a sprawling national network called March for Our Lives.

With some 500 chapters, it has linked tens of thousands of student activists in pushing for political candidates who support their goals of new measures to reduce gun violence.

The NRA Is Dying With A $55 Million Drop In Income Last Year

The NRA is showing signs of serious decline as tax documents show that their income dropped by $55 million last year.

The Daily Beast reported on the NRA‘s tax documents:

More noteworthy than its drop in contributions, though, was its decline in membership dues. The NRA took in more than $128 million in dues last year—a significant sum, but down considerably from the $163 million it took in the year prior. That decline, more than the drop in direct contributions, appears to indicate a dwindling, if still formidable, base of public support. Asked for comment on the decline, an NRA spokesperson pointed to reporting showing that the organization’s magazine subscriptions have shot up this year, interpreted as an indicator of an accompanying membership surge. read more