Hoping Emma becomes a politician. We need youth and passion.
Sometimes the wings of a butterfly can start a hurricane. Emma Gonzalez, the 18-year old senior and survivor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 of her classmates and teachers, is that butterfly. Her impassioned 11-minute speech at an anti-gun rally in Fort Lauderdale just two days […]
via Emma Gonzalez, like a hurricane — THE SHINBONE STAR
High capacity clips and automatic weapons raised the death count to a new record in Las Vegas, Nevada, as a gunman fired full magazines into an outdoor concert, and kept firing until he was killed by police. The gunman shot from his hotel room and reloaded many times.
Ammosexuals across the nation will be talking about a good man with a gun, but the truth is, these incidents happen too quickly for a response by anyone. The record for the number of people injured or killed in a mass shooting incident will only rise.
How many more mass killings will there be before we finally stop this madness? This monster was 64 years old. He shot a bunch of kids having a good time at a country music concert. This angry, twisted monster was able to purchase guns that are primarily used for killing people. They serve no other purpose.
However, this recent video campaign is a crescendo of increasingly partisan rhetoric on the part of the NRA, demonstrating that they are now dedicated to a xenophobic policy of violent hatred and intolerance that increases polarization and discord within American society.
Source: The NRA Has Entered the Province of Cowards
Hawaii could become the first state in the United States to enter gun owners into an FBI database that will automatically notify police if an island resident is arrested anywhere else in the country.
via Hawaii could be first U.S. state to track gun owners in FBI database —
I met Kenny in June of 2009. I was 22 and he was 34. I am a blues singer—he’d seen me at one of the many gigs I played that year in California, where I was living at the time. A mutual friend introduced us, and Kenny told me that he loved my voice. I…
via My boyfriend insisted a gun would keep us “safer” up until the day he shot me in the face — Quartz
In Donald-World, we all strap up to go to schools, and stores, and to the movies. What nonsense. Instead of being safer, we live under the gun from morning to night. And the kids who find guns and accidentally shoot themselves, and others? Collateral damage in Donald-World. There will be losses.
When do the kids walking home get to wear a side-arm? When do we reach the age of gun-bearing? Is this the world we want to leave our kids?
Donald Trump on Sunday said some teachers in the U.S. should be armed with guns inside their classrooms. The presumptive Republican nominee, who was recently endorsed by the National Rifle Association of America, made the comments during a Fox & Friends interview in which he was asked to respond to Hillary Clinton’s remarks about his…
via Donald Trump Says Some Teachers Should Have Guns in Classrooms — TIME
Trump may get the nod from the NRA, but if you are really horny for guns, Bernie is your only choice. The socialist has a history of supporting the 2nd, and you can’t get him to deny it.
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — Democrats in the California Senate plan another attempt to outlaw the sale of assault weapons with easily detachable ammunition magazines known as bullet buttons as part of a wide-ranging slate of gun control bills scheduled for votes on Thursday. Nearly a dozen measures would significantly reshape California’s gun laws, already among the…
via California Senate To Vote on Sweeping Gun-Control Measures — TIME
Toddlers are somehow getting their hands on firearms, and the results are fatal. Last year, toddlers (children one, two, or three years of age) were shooting people, either themselves or others, at a rate of about one per week. The Washington Post reports that the pace has since picked up. In the first five months…
via This Is How Many People Toddlers Have Shot in the U.S. This Year — Fortune
(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — A bill allowing staff and faculty at Tennessee’s public colleges and universities to be armed on campus has become law without Republican Gov. Bill Haslam’s signature. Haslam said in a statement Monday that he disagreed with the bill for not allowing campus leaders to make their own decision about allowing guns. But…
via Tennessee Now Allows Public College Faculty and Staff to Carry Guns — TIME