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In less than a month, three Virginia children under the age of 5 have picked up guns and fired fatal shots.
Dana Loesch claimed the media uses the term "mass shooting" to keep the focus on weapons.
A neighbor said there is "no way" that the family would leave a loaded gun out. "They're good people, they're Christians," she said.
Critics have pointed out that North has profited from the violent entertainment he holds responsible for mass killings.
"They've been drugged in many cases," Oliver North said. "Many of these young boys have been on Ritalin since they were in kindergarten."
Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan proposed that parents hold a nationwide boycott of schools until U.S. gun laws are changed to protect students.
The depicted student was clearly not fond of the artwork.
"Putting your body on the line is a small price to pay to make sure that others don't have to die," said one student.
A California man took the initiative to draft and collect signatures for a ballot measure banning the possession of semi-automatic weapons and rifles. In response, the city of Huntington Beach sued Daniel Horgan.
It aired on television, completely uncensored.
The killing marks the worst mass shooting in Australia for 22 years.
About a quarter of Florida voters believed immigration was the most important issue; 13 percent cited gun control as their top concern.
The media only seems to care about the death of black men when the person doing the killing is wearing a blue uniform.
In a previous campaign video, the antiestablishment candidate for Georgia's governor's seat aimed a shotgun at a teenager who purportedly wanted to date his daughter.
The lobby group called for a boycott of the eatery because it claimed support for gun regulations on its receipts.
Trump doubled down on his promise to protect "the right to self-defense" via defending the Second Amendment.
The modification units are made to fit AR-15s.
In 2017, the NRA spent a little less than double its average amount on lobbying.
Florida school shooting survivors note hypocrisy that guns are being banned to protect safety of Vice President.
Trump faced accusations of folding to pressure from the gun rights lobbying group.
The research sheds light on the tragic reality of domestic violence.
The NRA says YETI no longer wants to do business with them. YETI says that's not what happened.
The National Rifle Association pulled in a significant amount of donations last month.
More than 150 children have been injured or killed in shootings in 2018, according to a nonprofit that tracks shooting data.
Feely insisted that the image was a joke and that he takes gun safety seriously.
One county leader who voted in favor of the resolution dismissed the activism of Parkland students, saying they "still wear diapers."
"School should not be a place where we have to worry about our kids getting killed. The more I see things like Parkland, I do get frustrated and feel sad that I failed."
While lawmakers across the country have introduced gun control legislation since the Parkland shooting, some states are passing laws to protect the Second Amendment.
Despite the blatant anti-gun agenda of the media, people have an innate drive to take responsibility for their own safety.
Called the "CoverMeSeat," it's designed with mass shootings in mind.