Unbelievably, more Americans are calling for tougher gun laws now than right after the Sandy Hook massacre.
"Political survival – what? Who cares? We’re talking about the lives of the American people."
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 56 Republican senators who voted against gun violence legislation on Monday have received a combined total of $36 million from the National Rifle Association.
There's nothing "well regulated" about an angry white mob of uncoordinated, often untrained, sometimes criminally convicted civilians off firing away at the "other."
In yet another senseless gun episode, a highly respected, accomplished and beloved professor, Raja Fayad, was shot to death on campus on the afternoon of Thursday, February 5, 2015.
There have been 101 school shootings since Newtown. Obama said afteward, "the time is now." It is now well past time, and nothing has been done
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a national gun control group that was formed in the wake of the Newtown mass shooting tragedy, is targeting national grocery chain Kroger with an ad campaign highlighting the company's lax attitudes towards guns in their stores.
It's been all over the news this week, as well it ought to be. A warm and festive 4th of July weekend in the Windy City was utterly marred by extreme gun violence. CNN's Republicans tried to decry the violence while ignoring gun control.
Another day, another school shooting in America. On Tuesday morning, news hit that a gunman entered a school in Troutdale, OR, a suburb of Portland, and opened fire, killing one student. It is the 74th school shooting since Sandy Hook.
It is not the responsibility of law enforcement to interpret or make the laws of the land, or to mete out punishment for law breakers; that responsibility lies with lawmakers and the courts.
The real tragedy of the Newtown massacre was that despite scores of legislators saying it was finally time to move to address mass gun violence, there has been absolutely nothing done.
Representative Ted Yoho (R-FL) sent out an invitation through his Facebook page for a 'Family Firearm Safety Event' that will be held in Lake City, FL on December 14th.
Ted Nugent's opposition is not necessarily about guns, the Second Amendment, or government oppression, but about an African American sitting in the Oval Office.
Republicans in the state's legislature are proposing an official state religion by exempting North Carolina from following the Constitution's separation of church and state.
Right wing media failed to correct stories in which they falsely claimed that a man who is against gun safety regulations was the father of a Sandy Hook student.
The rising calls for civil or revolutionary war are the result of President Obama's re-election, but with NRA and Republican backing, a well-armed group of lunatics cannot be taken lightly.
NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre's presser today sounded more like a marketing strategy for the manufacturers on the board of the NRA than a sane policy position.
Five decent, caring, dedicated and hard working adults were wiped out in Sandy Hook Elementary School by someone brandishing two 9mm pistols (a Glock and Sig Sauer) and a Bushmaster .223 AR-15 rifle. Tragically, 20 little boys and girls were also killed, either kindergartners or first graders. The school was populated by 5-10 year olds. This is highly personal. My father-in-law was raised in Newtown, where the village of Sandy Hook is located. The current Newtown population is about 26,000. My wife is a teacher. We have 5 children, 3 grandchildren.