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State Supreme Court Allows Lawsuit Against Gun Maker to Move Forward in 'Massive Victory' For Sandy Hook Families
Remington, the maker of the AR-15 Bushmaster rifle, may be guilty of illegal marketing practices, the Connecticut high court ruled
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Despite Mourning and Outcry, Doubts Las Vegas Massacre Will Lead to Stricter Gun Laws
"I heard colleagues confide that any vote for gun safety would lower their NRA scores, making them casualties in the next election."
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Alex Jones poses with former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone, who is a frequent guest on his radio show. ( News
Six Weeks Later, Trump Refuses to Denounce Sandy Hook Conspiracy Theorists
Six weeks after Newtown school board asked President Donald Trump to denounce Alex Jones and his conspiracy theory about deadly 2012 school shooting, the president remains silent
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Gunpowder and Blood on Their Cold, Dead Hands
This grim anniversary of the Newtown, Conn., killings, with 28 dead, reminded us of that moment back in 2000 when Charlton Heston made his defiant boast at the NRA convention that gun control advocates would have to pry his rifle from his “cold, dead hands.” You would have thought he had returned...
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Don’t Shoot – Organize!
We were struck this week by one response to our broadcast last week on gun violence and the Newtown school killings. A visitor to the website wrote, “It is interesting to me that Bill Moyers, who every week describes the massive levels of corruption in our government… [and] the advocates for gun...
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Sandy Hook Promise: There Will Be Change
This week, we spent time with Francine and David Wheeler , parents of six-year-old Ben Wheeler, one of the 20 children and six educators shot and killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Francine and David moved from New York City to Newtown to raise a family somewhere...
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NRA’s Vision: A Nation Packing Heat
We wrote and spoke about guns just a few days before Christmas, following the massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. So did Wayne LaPierre, CEO of the National Rifle Association. His now infamous, “no questions” press conference was the most stunning, cockeyed, one-man show since Clint Eastwood...
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