Fox News' favorite sheriff took a few minutes out of his Sunday to reinforce the myth of gun-free zones.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump refuted Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton by insisting that he was "not advocating guns in classrooms," but at the same time argued that "teachers should have guns in classrooms."
The New York Times reports: Thanks to a series of reimagined fairy tales published online by the National Rifle Association, classic characters like Hansel and Gretel are now packing heat.
I've seen many politicians change some positions while campaigning for a higher office, but I'm not sure if I've ever seen a man change his entire position on one issue like Governor Chris Christie has.
Fox's Tucker Carlson and Katie Pavlich are very upset that President Obama did not meet with their overlords at the NRA first before considering taking executive action on background checks for gun sales.
Brit Hume got a bit snitty about things.
Fox News Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/12/fox-news-talkers-cant-agree-role-nra
Rightwing xenophobia goes hand in hand with gun culture.
Apparently Bill-O is in favor of more gun control laws, just don't call them regulations.
Esquire Magazine's Charlie Pierce weighs in on Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's reaction to the latest mass shooting in his state.