The NRA-owned president and Congress may not want to talk about guns in the aftermath of yet another mass shooting, but those in Parkland, Florida are demanding immediate action from lawmakers.
The grieving people of Sutherland Springs were treated to the same old rhetoric that blames everything – laws, bureaucracy, and mental health – other than guns.
Twenty-six Americans, many of them children, might be alive today if not for an unimaginable oversight by the U.S. Air Force.
A satisfied gun lobby that keeps raking in the dough means GOP campaign coffers remain full going into next year's midterm elections. Apparently, everything else is irrelevant.
Tonight, dozens of people who were alive 24 hours ago no longer are, and many of the leaders who offer their condolences will likely do nothing to prevent the next American massacre.
"The bill has a giveaway to the gun lobby, cuts Medicare, raids the Affordable Care Act, and makes it harder for people with disabilities to get Medicaid."
After suffering life-altering injuries in a 2011 shooting, Gabby Giffords has had difficulty speaking. On Wednesday she had no problem declaring her support for Hillary Clinton.
Although the NRA hands out millions to Republican congressmen, neither the NRA nor its insane leader, Wayne La Pierre, get to cast a vote
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton continues to champion common sense gun reform on the 2016 campaign trail.
Rachel Maddow pointed out that no matter what the people want, we can't even have a dialogue about gun laws because the gun lobby always gets its way.
The problem for Sarah Palin fans reconciling her obvious phoniness with her claims; can they do it when it's blaring in their faces on their big screen HD TVs?