When the left says they aren't coming for your guns, don't believe them.
He is supporting the "March for Our Lives."
This may be a new low for the left...
Yes, they really do want to take your guns.
Because of course they would.
Cool it with the "white privilege" David Hogg.
Vulgar signs and vulgar people.
She went there.
He's going to try to kick pro-gun Americans out of the country.
This research will allow the government, especially during an anti-gun administration to create anti-gun propaganda.
After being pressured over biased coverage, CNN chose to have Kashuv on for an interview. But despite agreeing to interview him, CNN chose to cancel the interview, citing a Tweet that Kashuv shared that referred to CNN anchor Blood Baldwin as a 'Fake News Hypocrite."
Following reports of a shooting in Maryland, student "organizers" of the March for Our Lives planned for this Saturday began tweeting their outrage. That outrage quickly turned to silence when reports came out that a school resource officer shot and killed the shooter before he could do more than injure two students.
In a move that shocked many gun rights supporters, the National Rifle Association came out vocally in support of Gun Violence Restraining Orders (GVROs), calling them "Risk Protection Orders."
The White House just announced a series of recommendations on measures to stop school shootings. Noticeably absent was a proposal to raise the minimum age to purchase a rifle to 21, that President Trump had signaled support for in the past.
Maurice Ward, who served in Baltimore's Gun Trace Task Force, alleged that members of the force kept replica guns in their cars in case they “accidentally hit somebody.”
Congressman Ron DeSantis, who is running in the Republican primary for Governor against Marco Rubio-allied House Speaker Richard Corcoran, criticized the state legislature's gun...
By portraying information in a misleading light the media and political advocacy groups have been able to shape public opinion for decades. This is...
In response to this march, pro-gun Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv is calling for a separate march to take place at the same time. He is proposing it be called the "March for Our Rights," and has already begun asking celebrities and political figures to attend.
While they have claimed that they support the Second Amendment, and only want to ban "assault rifles," a Tweet from march organizer Jaclyn Corin either disproves that claim, or proves their ignorance when it comes to firearms.
The event, which has received nearly $3 million in funding on the crowdfunding website GoFundMe, has also received massive support from the gun control group Everytown for Gun Safety, which is largely funded by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Big League Politics confronted Alabama's Interim Senator Doug Jones asking about his support for the Fix NICS gun control proposal.
An anticipated gun show in Fort Lauderdale, Florida this month has been cancelled amid pressure from a Democratic mayor. Florida Gun Shows, the state's largest...
Gun sales are picking up in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida last week. After hitting what retailers...
In a statement on Walmart's website, they followed the lead of other major retailers like Dick's Sporting Goods in caving in to the anti-gun...
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