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.
One of the world's largest hospitality companies is Wyndham Hotels. When you stay at one of their hotels, you're funding the NRA.
If one quarter of the 70 percent who feel the NRA is, on some level, making unreasonable demands can be convinced to drop their membership it would be over $24 million less in NRA coffers every year.
The Florida man who shot a teenager because he felt threatened by the teen's play of loud music is changing his story so that it will fit a stand your ground defense.
It is not a coincidence that many of the recent wave of shootings, including the one near Texas A&M, were done in States with less-than-stringent regulation.
Many victims of the Colorado shootings are facing ruinous financial debt due to expensive surgeries and rehabilitation for their wounds.
Why is it easier to buy ammunition for my rifle than it is for U.S. citizens to vote?
Congressman Ed Perlmutter, who represents Aurora, was on Face the Nation this morning where he argued that Congress must address the expired assault weapons ban.
This article is not a call to disarm; it is a call to sanity and reason, because without discourse on the conditions driving people to support the proliferation of guns, there will be more massacres.
The AFA says people died because we've lost our fear of God; more accurately, they died because we insist on misreading the Second Amendment
Waking up to the news of the shooting in Aurora, made my stomach churn. Why? I am a firearm owner. What will I read today on Facebook? Not necessarily on the left but from right.
Ed Rendell used the Colorado shootings to speak out about the real problem plaguing America, cowardly politicians who are afraid to stand up to the NRA.
An examination of the 'death threats' against Scott Walker hints at their likely source being an illiterate tea partier.
Dick Lugar lost to his Tea Party opponent in Indiana's GOP primary. Is this a victory for Tea Party extremism or is it an opportunity for Hoosier Democrats?
The Governor of the Wild West state where you don't need a permit to carry a concealed weapon vetoes a gun expansion bill for the second time.
Mitt Romney's lie your ass off to get elected tour took the stage at the NRA's annual meeting and uttered a barrage of falsehoods about President Obama and guns, so extreme that most of them had no relationship to any facts.
There is no reason for ALEC to promote the Castle Doctrine in 24 states except to allow racists to kill people of color.
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.
After the killing of Trayvon Martin will we realize that after having success against Komen and Rush, we can stand up and take on the NRA?