The actions of Antoinette Tuff helped prevent a potential national tragedy on the scale of the Sandy Hook event, this after the elementary school bookkeeper talked a gunman down from firing his weapon. Tuff’s composure during a recorded 911 call of the event was an amazing display of compassion and quick thinking.
A former college student who was arrested in February for making violent threats via Tumblr was given a five-year probation sentence Tuesday (August 20). The sentence also bars the student from using social media during that time as well.
Larry Ward, chairman and founder of “Gun Appreciation Day,” thinks that he has an answer to why slavery occurred in this country. The pro-gun advocate appeared on CNN this morning, to speak on the issue of gun control plus promote Gun Appreciation Day, and outlined his belief that slavery would not have happened if Black people had […]
A high school student from San Francisco was suspended for writing a poem empathizing with Sandy Hoook Elementary School shooter, Adam Lanza. Courtni Webb, who attends Learning Life Academy penned a work in which she showed understanding towards Lanza’s shooting spree. Last month, the 20-year-old killed 27 people, including 20 children.
It’s been just over a week since 20 innocent children and six adults were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and First Lady Michelle Obama is offering parents advice on how to discuss the massacre with their children. In an open letter, Mrs. Obama urges parents to ensure their children that their safety is a […]
Maybach Music Group foot soldier Gunplay is already dealing with legal troubles due to gun violence, so it should be expected that the Def Jam artist would choose his words carefully at all times. However, Mr. 601 & Snort took to Twitter this morning to chime in on the Newtown tragedy, saying the events at […]
A discussion about Sandy Hook turned into a mini-shootout when a Missouri man got tired of talking, and let his gun speak for him. Lester Davis of Wenzville, was put behind bars for pulling out his weapon during a discussion in All Cuts Barber Shop, Tuesday (Dec. 18).
The father of Connecticut shooter, Adam Lanza, has spoken out, expressing his shock and disbelief over his son’s actions. Peter Lanza released a statement Saturday (Dec. 17) speaking on the tragedy that cost the lives of 27 victims, including Adam’s own mother, Nancy.