Around 10pm tonight, during a peaceful anti-violence rally in Dallas, gunshots rang out.
Another mass-murder in America by gunfire. It’s time for candlelight vigils & other meaningless gestures.
Mandatory 48-hour waiting period, parental permission, and let’s close down all but one gun shop in every state.
OMG. CNN’s Anderson Cooper just committed the most wonderful act of journalism I’ve seen in years.
If we want to stop the next mass shooting, we’re going to have to do more than send our “thoughts and prayers.”
The problem isn’t access to guns or even mental health. It’s absent fathers and pansy victims.
FRC’s Ken Blackwell blamed the shooting rampage on “the attack on natural marriage and the family.”
Stephen Colbert walks through the usual nonsense from Fox News following the Navy Yard shooting.
Navy Yard shooter was hearing voices from microwaves month before the shooting, but still was able to buy a gun.
I disagree. A comparison of the Trayvon Martin story to the death of Glee star Corey Monteith is illustrative.
“He told them that he is a shooter and ‘you’re dead, and you’re dead.'”
Walmart, the nation’s largest gunseller, claimed a “scheduling conflict.” Tacky.
NRA chief called Hollywood violence “pornography,” but touts “Pulp Fiction” & “Reservoir Dogs” on NRA Web site.