Gun Sense Vermont founder Ann Braden is stepping aside as leader of the state’s leading gun control organization, and has entered the Emerge Vermont program that trains women to be Democratic candidates for office.
“I can only say this. If [the neighbor] didn’t have a gun, instead of 26 dead, you would have had hundreds more dead. So that’s the way I feel about it, not going to help,” Trump said.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said more church parishioners should be armed in the wake of the worst church shooting in American history.
The San Francisco 49ers weighed in on the national firearms debate Thursday, announcing their $500,000 donation to push for more gun control and a ban on bump stocks.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants another 60,000 acres of northeast Vermont, and so far the state’s leaders are expressing reservations about the giant land grab.
Lawmakers from Vermont want to close the so-called bump stock loophole, but gun owners in the state say the effort would have little impact, other than to give government more control over guns.
Many in the media cling to their ideological vision that gun control is the only way to prevent gun violence in contravention of experience and data. But this does not preclude them from occasional honest moments.
With Jon Stewart off the air, it seems the left has found a new progressive comedian it can look to for all the big cultural and public policy debates.
Vox Editor Ezra Klein tweeted Monday that states with stronger gun control measures experience fewer gun-related deaths. Is that true?