Gutless Donnie has already caved to the gore-flecked NRA, but the brave kids - "canaries in the coal mines" of America's murderous landscape - continue fighting for gun reform. Tuesday, the day before a National School Walkout, supporters set up a searing "Monument For Our Kids" on the East Lawn: 7,000 pairs of shoes, each representing a child killed by guns since Sandy Hook, laid at the feet of a craven Congress that failed every one of them.
More than 150 representatives from movements across the globe came together in protest at the "corporate-captured U.N. climate talks"
"We have come from the forest and we worry about what is happening."
"Freedom of thought is not a concession made by the state. It is a fundamental...
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