After playing a clip of the comments, CNN's Jake Tapper remarked, "I don’t even know what to say to that, it’s so stupid."
College students have been pent up for the last year. And many of them are ready to party. Figuring out where to party, though, has been difficult for them.
Florida Mayor Ron DeSantis, though, has been quick to pull back COVID restrictions in his state. So many spring breakers quickly decided that Miami Beach would be a good place for them to go.
Over the last year, people have done a large amount of their communicating over Zoom. And part of the fun of Zoom is getting an inside look at what is happening in other people’s houses and apartments. This goes for lawmakers too.
Lauren Boebert, the QAnon congresswomen recently elected into the House, is drawing controversy at an absolutely alarming rate. In her first week, she said that she would be wearing a gun to the House floor.
Trump has no plan on guns, because two of his kids, Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr., are fighting about what the policy should be to combat gun violence.
Sen. Joni Ernest had to lie to an Iowa crowd about getting millions of dollars in support from the NRA as the gun lobby is growing toxic in the heartland.
The man accused of opening fire at a Florida high school on Wednesday, killing 17 people, was a troubled former student who loved guns and was expelled for disciplinary reasons, police and former classmates said.
To GOP politicians: When you repeatedly shed crocodile tears over mass shootings, then follow it up by refusing to do anything to prevent the next one, nobody hears you anymore.
The Florida High Court's Justices ruled that the Second Amendment does not protect that ridiculous "open carry" practice and it was another setback for the NRA’s attempts to force the nation’s courts to abolish any and all firearm restrictions as unconstitutional.
CNN has obtained audio of North Carolina GOP Senator Richard Burr joking about gun owners putting a "bullseye" on Hillary Clinton.
"We feel powerless to keep you from killing black people in front of their loved ones. That we cannot halt you; that is our curse.”
The 56 Republican senators who voted against gun violence legislation on Monday have received a combined total of $36 million from the National Rifle Association.
The do-nothing Texas senator is troubled by the Democratic effort to save American lives.
At the MSNBC town hall, Hillary Clinton took on the NRA and the gun lobby and urged Democrats to vote against anyone who caves on guns.
Things are beginning to get testy in the Democratic primary as Bernie Sanders blasted Hillary Clinton for making unfair and inaccurate statements about his record during an interview on MSNBC's Live With Thomas Roberts
President Obama pulled no punches when he called out Fox News and other conservative media outlets for spreading the lie that he is out to take away guns.
Apparently what the gun maniacs in Oregon are up in arms over is the concept of gun safety as a political issue; they are livid that President Obama said as much.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton announced her plan to tackle gun violence with an agenda that would end gun industry immunity from prosecution.
For the record, then-Senator Hillary Clinton, like many Democrats, voted against the PLCAA which protects gun and ammo sellers from liability
"This time we have to find answers together. I pledge to you, I will work with you---those of you who are local officials, those of you who are thinking hard about your own communities. Let's unite in partnership, not just to talk, but to act."