On The Rachel Maddow Show retired ATF Special Agent In Charge, Jim Cavanaugh ripped open carry laws that allowed a mass shooter to carry his gun into a Boulder, CO supermarket.
Giffords, the gun violence prevention advocacy group created by gun violence survivor and former Representative Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), has launched a new ad campaign to pressure Republicans in the Senate to support a measure that would expand background checks on all firearms purchases.
The Democrat-led House of Representatives is set to pass two measures to expand background checks on all firearms purchases and transfers. It would also expand the review time for gun purchases to 10 days. The bills will advance to the Senate, though they require significant bipartisan support to pass.
A bill to expand federal background checks on all gun sales has been reintroduced in the Senate by Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.). The bill, the Background Check Expansion Act, was also reintroduced in the House by Representative Mike Thompson (D-Calif.).
David Hogg, who became one of the nation’s most recognizable advocates for gun control after surviving the Parkland, Florida mass shooting in 2018, has called on Republicans to denounce Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) after a video of Greene, a noted conspiracy theorist, heckling him went viral.
Donald Trump Jr. claimed Democrat Joe Biden’s campaign is “the most anti-2nd Amendment Presidential ticket in history.”
“Make no mistake about it: The radical left is coming for your guns!!!” he wrote.
The IRS is investigating NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre for criminal tax fraud related to unreported compensation on his personal taxes.
President Donald Trump claimed the Constitution’s Second Amendment is “DEAD” if his rival Joe Biden wins November’s general election.
“Is that what you want from a leader? He will destroy our Country! VOTE NOW USA,” Trump wrote.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi called out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for putting politics ahead of the lives of kids after the Santa Clarita shooting.
Senate Republicans blocked a bill to pass universal background checks while an active school shooting was going on in Santa Clarita, CA.
A Senate investigation has found that the NRA provided Russians access to Republicans in exchange for lucrative business opportunities.
Being on the right side of this issue is good business – and the National Rifle Association is gradually losing its grip on the gun debate.
With one move, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer tied Donald Trump's hands by giving him an offer he would be insane to turn down.
A majority of Americans (52%) support a government program to buyback assault weapons and get them out of the hands of potential mass shooters.
The San Francisco city council has passed a resolution deeming the NRA a domestic terrorist organization.
After Walmart announced that they were no longer selling handguns and ammo, the NRA responded by threatening the nation's largest retailer.
Trump said that the mass shooting in Odessa, Texas has done nothing to change his mind on doing something substantial about gun violence.
Five people were killed, including a shooter, and around 21 were injured in a gun rampage in the cities of Midland and Odessa in west Texas on Saturday, police and a local television station reported.
The sellout is complete: Donald Trump will oppose any universal background check legislation that Congress might send to his desk.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) explained that Republicans are afraid of the perception of the NRA, but the reality is that the gun lobby is weak and in chaos.