The NRA operates under the assumption that the following idiom is correct in regard to gun control legislation: "Give an inch, take a mile."
After the worst mass shooting in U.S history, McConnell said he was open to suggestions from experts on legislation that could address the problem.
There is almost nothing to stop manufacturers who make defective guns, even if they accidentally kill people.
Activists called for expanded background checks for firearms purchasers and for a ban on sales to people on federal watch lists.
Here's how the @NRA Twitter account engages with a mass shooting: It doesn't.
If NRA claims about guns reducing crime were true, the U.S. would have the lowest homicide rate among industrialized nations.
The measure marks a rare effort by a leading Republican lawmaker to curb gun purchases.
There is an easy solution to America’s arguments about gun control, but the childish extremists on both sides need to leave the room.
Doctors who say guns are a health care issue are simply being doctors. Let them do their jobs.