The Fox News host and his guests blame — wait for it — video games and social media for white nationalist mass shootings by white males.
Since the Legend of Zelda's Symphony of the Goddesses just announced that it will be going on tour, it'd only be appropriate to feature some music from the games, written by one of the greatest composers in video games, Koji Kondo.
"To be clear: I didn't cancel my USU talk because of terrorist threats, I cancelled because I didn't feel the security measures were adequate," Sarkeesian said.
According to reports, agents infiltrated 'World of Warcraft' and 'Second Life,' looking to stop terrorist attacks.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) responded to Monday's shooting at the Washington Navy Yard by calling for more people to be armed, and insisted that blaming guns was like saying that obesity was caused by "too many spoons."
A former FBI profiler on Sunday warned that some gun advocates were making a mistake by rushing to blame the December mass shooting of 20 children in Connecticut on violent video games.
Stephen Colbert had a field day with every one of these gun nuts that have come out of the woodwork now that it looks like there could finally be some movement on gun control and with Vice President Biden meeting with his task force after the latest
Just in case anyone didn't think that Michelle Malkin's display on Fox & Friends was quite enough with them carrying water for Wayne LaPierre and the NRA, they decided to bring in for good measure right wing rag The Daily Caller co-founder, and heir
If you’ve been watching Fox News since the shooting massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, you probably already know that God, not gun control, is The Answer. But this morning, Fox & Friends made an attempt to dig a bit deeper than just blaming
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) and conservative columnist George Will told a Sunday panel on ABC News that gun violence in the United States was caused by mental illness, video games, violence in the media and even "unparented" boys from single-parent