Reading Time: 12 minutesOn January 2, the day before she was sworn into Congress, Lauren Boebert tweeted a picture of herself with Texas Sen. Cruz (R-TX) bearing the caption: “Ted Cruz is an American hero and patriot!
Reading Time: 6 minutesIt’s a grim way to start the new year. More than 3,012 people have died from guns in the first few weeks of January.
Reading Time: 6 minutes— OPINION —Guns have always been with us. We have been a country of sharp-shooting homesteaders and pistol-packing mamas since the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock.
Reading Time: 4 minutesTo avert bloodshed last year on Martin Luther King Jr.
Reading Time: 8 minutesAfter hundreds of incidents in which African Americans were killed by police, mostly over trivial infractions, or shot by overzealous neighbors, it should be obvious to just about everyone that something is fundamentally wrong in America.
Reading Time: 4 minutesThe COVID-19 pandemic and the protests following the killing of George Floyd have brought the US to new heights of anxiety and unrest, leading to spikes in gun purchases.
Reading Time: 5 minutesSince the outbreak of the coronavirus, people have probably wondered what would happen if they or a loved one become infected and have to be hospitalized or worse.
Reading Time: 4 minutesIn June 2016, about a month after filing for divorce, Phoukeo Dej-Oudom was murdered by her husband, who also killed the couple’s three children and himself.
Reading Time: 4 minutesKevin Cruser was born and raised in Texas, where family pastimes included camping, fishing, and hunting.
Reading Time: 6 minutesDennis Alexandr, a teacher and resource officer at Seaside High School in Seaside, CA, was teaching his Administration of Justice class about the importance of gun safety on the morning of M
Reading Time: 4 minutesMost Americans experience gun violence only through the news. But a few, such as Dr.
Reading Time: 3 minutesGun violence is a uniquely American problem that has left the rest of the world scratching their heads over how a country could choose guns over the lives of its citizens.
A school shooting with multiple fatalities is certain to make the headlines. After all, it’s major news when a kid gets shot and killed, right? Well, not necessarily — because the pervasive phenomenon of child suicides by gun is hardly mentioned in the news.
Reading Time: 4 minutesPresident Donald Trump wants to arm teachers, schools are now being designed specifically to make it more difficult for shooters to kill a lot of students, and parents are buying bulletproof backpacks
Reading Time: 3 minutesFour years ago, “fear of mass shootings” did not even appear on the American Psychological Association’s annual survey of things that stress out Americans.
Reading Time: 5 minutesIn a society deeply divided over gun control and ownership, Sandy and Lonnie Phillips occupy uniquely conflicted turf.
Reading Time: 4 minutesIt was Saturday evening on Chicago’s Northwest Side and a family had gathered for dinner. It was to be their last meal.
Reading Time: 10 minutesThis is one of my favorite stories. Maybe you can relate to it. It’s about a grouchy old man confined to a wheelchair, with his TV remote in one hand, and a shotgun in the other.
Reading Time: 20 minutesHas creative destruction finally come to the weapons industry?What if we’ve got the gun debate all wrong?
As more states pass laws allowing the use of cannabis for medical and recreational purposes, the potential for legal conflict with the federal government increases as well. Direct conflict between state laws legalizing cannabis and federal law — which puts cannabis in the same category as heroin, cocaine, and amphetamines — is obvious enough.
Able to fire 25 rounds per second, and with a standard drum magazine of fifty .45-caliber rounds, the Thompson submachine gun, or tommy gun, was the weapon of choice for gangsters of the Prohibition era.
Was the Vegas shooter a patsy? How did he get all those weapons into his hotel suite? by Jon Rappoport October 5, 2017 Daily Mail: “…Jill Sneider of the ATF said that no less than 12 of the rifles found in the room had bump-stock modifications.” “In total, there were 23 firearms in the hotel room, including an AK-47, an AR-15-type gun, and a handgun.” That’s a lot of weight. That’s a lot of steel. How did Stephen Paddock, the purported Vegas shooter, get all those weapons into his Mandalay Hotel suite?
An open letter to NFL players: you’re being used Try being politically INcorrect if you want some real answers by Jon Rappoport September 26, 2017 Dear NFL Players: In case you’ll only read a few worlds of this story, I’ll get right to the point. You’re being used. You’re being duped into focusing on the wrong issue: police brutality against black people. If you actually want to solve what’s happening to black people in inner cities, police brutality is way down on the list.
We Are Change In the below video, I sat down with John Sneisen to speak about the recent news out of North Dakota which has been both popular and controversial. North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum has approved concealed guns without a permit in the state following South Dakota Governor Daugaard vetoing a similar bill.
The toy-gun arrests use “actors” by Jon Rappoport May 10, 2013 www.nomorefakenews.com There are two ways to cast a movie. You bring in professional actors and have them read, or you go out and hire “real people” for the parts. The second way is sometimes used for the cameos.
How “kill the pigs” became “only the police should have guns” by Jon Rappoport March 30, 2013 www.nomorefakenews.com In the fabled 1960s, the cops were called pigs, and anybody on the political Left who wanted a ticket to the show knew that and mouthed it often.
Miracle: no one shot by strawberry tart shaped like a gun by Jon Rappoport March 4, 2013 www.nomorefakenews.com Josh Welch. Seven years old. Park Elementary School, Baltimore. Bit off pieces of strawberry tart, trying to make shape of mountain. Tart ended up looking like gun. Josh suspended for two days. No bullet wounds reported.