Last week, a man shot himself in a Walmart while carrying his gun in his waistband without a holster.
The nation's largest employer backs out quickly when it's shown they made a campaign donation to a candidate making "racially insensitive" remarks. Yeah.
Some t-shirts seen at Walmart's online store were enough to have thousands throwing a conniption fit.
Yes, it was via a third-party seller, but we've seen this nonsense before.
Firearm is drawn over school notebook at MIchigan Walmart. "Police are now working with prosecutors to try to determine whether the woman’s actions could be classified as self-defense." Let that sink in for a minute.
What is the matter with WalMart's screening process? They should never have allowed this seller at all, much less that product.
An accidental shooting in a Walmart just north of Houston caught my attention last week.
Someone thought this was a patriotic idea.
American entrepreneur and venture capitalist Nick Hanauer debunks the right wing myth that raising the minimum wage destroys jobs.
American entrepreneur and venture capitalist Nick Hanauer debunks the right wing myth that raising the minimum wage destroys jobs on the June 3rd edition of Real Time with Bill Maher.
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