'Did a bunch of little kids get shot today?' Stars join march for 'gun sense'
Did a bunch of little kids get shot today?' Stars join march for 'gun sense' Julianne Moore and Melissa Joan Hart join parents on Brooklyn Bridge Moms Demand Action founder: ‘Tough mothers are here to stay’
A new coalition of law-enforcement officials & liberty-minded organizations led by former Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack is joining forces to defend freedom, with goals that include supporting the hundreds of constitutional sheriffs across America who promise to defend the rights of their constituents from the Obama admn’s lawless assault on the Constitution. As one of its primary projects, the alliance is sending letters to every sheriff in the US to find out & publicize... cont'd…
Incidents of toddlers shooting others or themselves increasing, data shows
Incidents of toddlers shooting others or themselves increasing, data shows. Congress refuses to pass any laws for gun safety or provide funding to do any research. 23 babies are dead because of fear and pressure from the NRA. THIS HAS TO STOP.
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Newtown parents among thousands marching in DC over gun violence
Thousands of people, many holding signs with the names of gun violence victims and messages such as "Ban assault weapons now," joined a rally for gun control on Saturday, marching from the Capitol to the Washington Monument. Participants were led by Washington mayor Vincent Gray and other officials, and the crowd stretched for about two blocks along Constitution Avenue. Police blocked off half the road. Participants held signs reading "Gun control now" and "Stop NRA"