Unbelievably, more Americans are calling for tougher gun laws now than right after the Sandy Hook massacre.
As gun violence continues to rear its ugly head all across this country, the American people want to see real change, not more extremist, guns-everywhere rhetoric from the NRA.
Republicans may continue to live in their NRA-funded bubbles, but it's clear the American people – Democrats, Independents and Republicans – are still hungry for tougher gun laws.
It's stunning that anybody would be against limiting a device that essentially transforms a firearm into an automatic weapon, but it's dumbfounding that Scalise, who almost died in a shooting, is hesitant to support it.
Editorial Cartoon: Not the Time
While it's good news that lawmakers on both sides of the aisle seem to have found some gun-related legislation they can agree on, it's not even close to enough.
More than 80 percent of Americans want to limit firearms access for people with mental illness and require background checks at gun shows and in private sales, according to a Pew Research Center survey released on Thursday.
That this this school shooting went by without any substantive cries to address our nation’s gun culture and safety laws, especially regarding domestic abusers, is another indictment against this impervious predicament.
Trump's presidency, with its emphasis on law and order, is trying to sell us the idea that a repressive society is a free society.
Jesse Jackson said what is needed is a plan but Trump has no plan, just a bunch of things he doesn't like and a short enough fuse to make that a problem.
Justice has not only been denied to a worthy Supreme Court nominee and the work of the high court. It continues to be denied to the American people.
If approved, it would also allow firearms in police stations and airports.
Once again, Hillary Clinton showed that she is in step with the vast majority of Americans while Donald Trump desperately clung to NRA talking points.
If you're a domestic violence offender, the Supreme Court says you don't have a Second Amendment right to a firearm.
During this historic, courageous sit in -- Democrats found not only their spine but the knowledge that they carry moral authority on this issue -- House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) praised Congressmen John Lewis.
"Forget your asinine gun control, do your job and engage in Islamic terrorist control."
Watch out, because Nugent says the only thing more dangerous than a "sow Grizzly bear with cubs is Ted Nugent with more confidence."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has shown unprecedented courage in taking on the gun lobby – a position no other presidential candidate has taken on.
Ending Roe v Wade, a law that protects women from being discovered would also backfire and end the privacy of potential firearm owners
Nugent posted a photo of prominent Jewish Americans to Facebook with the caption, “So who is really behind gun control?” and put an Israeli flag next to each of their faces