"Thoughts and prayers are not enough. We have to help solve the problem that's in front of us."
Erick Erickson lashed out at David Hogg, a student who survived the Parkland school shooting.
Gun control advocates may see this as war of attrition, but businesses cutting ties with the NRA might not be doing so to take a moral stand—it's just good business.
The gun rights group has its own lobbying arm and employs in-house lobbyists.
Wallenpaupack South Elementary School will temporarily move its students while a controversial nearby church hosts an event that is expected to involve semi-automatic rifles.
"A kid calling for sensible gun reform has outnumbered the entire NRA–in just 10 days," one Twitter user remarked.
Marion Hammer is known around the state to have been behind roughly 30 laws to protect gun rights.
A social media firestorm encouraged car companies and other businesses to end discount programs for NRA members.
"The media should speak of the NRA in the same way they do ISIS," the filmmaker said.
The NRA spokesperson once tweeted that the Canadian musician "sounds like a bloated cow farting and dying all at once." Dana, reconsider!
Angry Twitter users called on Amazon and its CEO Jeff Bezos to end the partnership with the National Rifle Association and NRATV programming.
The edits to Rubio's Wikipedia page went over well with the internet.
The NRA's Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch defended the organization amid widespread outrage after last week's school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Poll after poll shows near-universal support for some form of gun control, yet some politicians remain reluctant to cross the NRA. What are they so scared of?
The 12 politicians were identified by March On, which said they were in "winnable" districts.
A town hall meeting saw survivors ask: Will you stop taking money from the NRA?
NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch, a vocal advocate of Second Amendment rights, will speak at a gun debate with survivors from the Florida high school shooting.
Cruz is believed to have killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin's opposition to gun control appears to stem from personal anecdotes and dubious data.