Alleged funny guy, Tom Shillue, thinks President Obama's tears of sadness were an act, much like everything about Donald Trump.
Republican Angela McGlowan, who has little regard for reality gets a well-deserved beat-down from sensible gun-control Democrat Joe Lestingi who speaks up for truth.
It's about time they were accountable.
Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn) didn't mince words yesterday in an interview with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell, calling Congress "essentially complicit" though their inaction on the murders that have occurred in schools throughout the country since the slaughter of the children in Newtown, Connecticut two years ago. Naturally, his strong --and completely accurate-- comments have outraged the NRA and gun fetishists.
What are Chris Wallace and Fox News thinking to book a gun rights lobbyist to discuss the anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting? "Balance," naturally.
On Saturday, December 14, Moms will gather in more than 35 states to honor the victims of the tragedy in Newtown, and the thousands of Americans lost to gun violence every year.
When the new school year begins in Clarksville, Arkansas, some teachers will carry a slightly heavier workload - 9mm handguns. The school district is making use of a state law that allows teachers to carry concealed handguns on campus.
In February, David and Francine Wheeler, the parents of a child killed in the Sandy Hook tragedy, joined notable musicians including Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary and the folksinger Dar Williams to perform a concert for the community. The Wheelers and Yarrow joined Bill on Moyers & Company to discuss the path forward for gun control advocates and the power of music to bring about both healing and social change.
Video: Republicans are blocking gun reform but now they are criticizing President Obama for not passing it? The DNC is fuming over a new RNC ad that shows Obama consoling the mother of a victim of the Newtown school shooting -- but criticizes Obama for not passing gun reform in the wake of the shooting.
As support for a background-check deal collapses in the Senate, Harry Reid broke with the National Rifle Association and declared his support for an assault-weapons ban.
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