Jon Queally, staff writer
Powerful gun industry lobby exploits massacre that claimed 59 lives to push Congress to undermine tougher state-level laws
Julia Conley, staff writer
"I heard colleagues confide that any vote for gun safety would lower their NRA...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"There's one reason why Congress consistently fails to take real action on gun...


Blood on America's tracks, and more evidence it leads right to grisly profits. To wit: The NRA paid nine lawmakers over $22 million to leave them alone; gun manufacturers admit Newtown's small bodies and other slaughters have helped gun sales and profits - cue a cursory “obviously we are all shocked” but they “respond to market pressures” - and now the Shopping Channel's new Gun TV will sell more. But not to worry: Every hour of hawking guns will include three minutes of safety training.