The IRS is investigating NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre for criminal tax fraud related to unreported compensation on his personal taxes.
The law was not kind to corrupt people this week. The DC Circuit sided with congressional oversight when it said the House could sue Don McGahn if he didn’t comply with a subpoena. We learned that Deutsche Bank gave up Donald Trump’s financials to Manhattan prosecutor Cyrus Vance, and the crown jewel came with New York Attorney General Letitia James’s announcement of a civil suit against the NRA over its corrupt business practices.
The NRA board let Wayne LaPierre charge $440,000 to the "nonprofit," $200,000 of which was for suits. Suits he bought in Beverly Hills. Oh, and trips! He spent $240,000 on trips to Italy, Hungary, and the Bahamas, and charged the NRA "without providing adequate documentation."
The NRA is coming to Trump’s defense spending millions of dollars to spread lies about Hillary Clinton because they know he will do their bidding."
Donald Trump's plan to allow drunk people to have guns in bars to "prevent terrorism" is so crazy that two top NRA officials rejected it on national television.
The NRA's Wayne LaPierre was in favor of universal background checks and closing all loopholes -- way back in 1999.
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.
What's happening in Ferguson, and rattling the cages of strained municipalities throughout the country, is, of course, about our complicated and corrosive attitudes about race. And yes, always and forever when it comes to public safety and the senseless loss of life on American streets, it's about guns.
Every day the headlines contain a few stories about gun related deaths.
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.
The law defining Georgia as an uncivilized society takes effect on July 1, and among other absurdities legalizes silencers for hunting (human beings).
The recent middle school shooting in Sparks, Nevada showed us how absolutely imperative it is to have more good guys with guns at schools.
The House's SNAP vote was cold, callous, and calculated by a Republican Party that hopes to ruin Barack Obama's presidency by any means necessary.
Fox News' coverage of the events in Duncan and Decatur showcased what it has become: A network determined to appeal to its racist, bigoted base.
The fact that polls show the vast majority of Americans want stronger gun laws means absolutely nothing to Republicans, because citizens don't affect their cash reserves.
It turns out the"liberal extremists" that Wayne LaPierre warned were pushing background check legislation are 85% of U.S. gun owners.
Wayne LaPierre has adopted a new strategy to oppose any changes in gun laws that would prevent mass shootings. LaPierre is now claiming that arming women will prevent rapes.
Wayne LaPierre went so far off the crazy cliff today, that even Fox News had to call out his conspiracy laden BS.
While Wayne LaPierre was testifying against gun control in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee at least three people in Phoenix, AZ were victimized in another multiple shooting.