Four months after the Sandy Hook shooting massacre in Newtown, Conn., lawmakers are ready to move forward with a gun control measure. Earlier today the Senate opened debates over whether or not to vote on the adjusting gun laws, bringing the legislation one step closer to approval
The NRA’s CEO Wayne LaPierre remained on the offensive against President Barack Obama’s gun control legislation in an appearance on FOX News Sunday this weekend. In a revealing moment of pushback, LaPierre got checked with criticism over a recent ad that involved President Obama’s daughters.
President Obama unveiled his $500 million gun control plan yesterday, and is drawing criticism for having children on stage with him. During his speech the commander in chief was surrounded by a handful of youngsters who had written to him about implementing stricter gun laws.
The National Rifle Association released a scathing new critique of President Obama’s position on gun control calling him both an “elitist,” and a “hypocrite.” Released just ahead of the commander in chief’s announcement of his $500 million gun violence measure, the White House has called the NRA advertisement “repugnant and cowardly.”
Gun control is an important issue to Cory Booker. The Newark N.J., mayor appeared on ABC’s This Week, last week and made a heartfelt argument as to why the debate over gun control is non-existent. “I don’t know if anybody here has seen anybody shot. I have,” Booker said.
The National Rifle Association (NRA), America’s largest gun-rights group, had been preparing a press conference to the stirring events of Sandy Hook Elementary which took place earlier today, after responding with an earlier written statement. Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre said today that American schoolteachers should have the right to stop future attacks by having […]
After a few days of silence, the National Rifle Association has offered its condolences to the shooting victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School last week. The NRA is known to cause controversy over its stance on the right to bear arms, but like many around the globe, they were struck by the heinous crime that […]
Somebody needs to teach Ted Nugent the meaning of respect. The pony-tailed musician, and well-known right-wing activist, is coming under fire for unleashing a disrespectful rant against Pres. Obama, and his cabinet members. While speaking at a National Rifle Association event, Nugent attacked the commander in chief, while throwing more support behind Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney.