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1 - FL School Shooting Survivor: CNN Told Me "I Needed To Stick To The Script"; They Scripted Entire Town Hall
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2 - Car Rental Company Abruptly Ends NRA Discount Following Florida School Shooting
3 - Every Single Government Authority Failed In Parkland. And They Expect Americans To Forfeit Our Self-Defense Rights To Them?
4 - Wisconsin: Range Protection Bill Goes to Governor
5 - Another Misfire at the New York Times
6 - Florida Alert! Help Stop Gratuitous GUN CONTROL
7 - Vermont: Governor Scott Calls for Sweeping Gun Control Package
8 - School shootings are not the new normal, despite statistics that stretch the truth
9 - America has two gun cultures: Don't blame law-abiding gun owners for murders
10 - Illinois: Gun Seizure Language Introduced
11 - NRA opposes new age limits on gun purchases
12 - NRA's Wayne LaPierre hits Dems, warns of socialism
13 - CPAC: VP Pence says school safety 'top national priority'
14 - Trump Praises NRA While It Mounts Offensive Against Gun Measures
15 - Florida shooting survivor: CNN gave me 'scripted' question for town hall, quashed question on armed guards
16 - "We Must Immediately Harden Our Schools." Wayne LaPierre, CPAC 2018
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivor Colton Haab appeared on FOX News' Tucker Carlson Tonight to talk about his saga with CNN and how they "scripted" a question for him to use at Wednesday night's town hall event hosted by the network and moderated by CNN's Jake Tapper.Haab, a JROTC member who helped shepherd students to safety, was approached by the network to ask a question at the town hall. Haab showed CNN what he wanted to say but said Carrie Stevenson, an executive producer at CNN, ultimately rejected it and instead after several conversations "scripted" a question for him.
Enterprise Holdings, one of the world's largest car rental companies, announced Thursday that it will end its discount promotion for National Rifle Association members.
The car rental company, which operates Enterprise, Alamo, and National, announced on Twitter that all three of their brands have ended the partnership with the NRA effective March 26.
On Thursday night, the American public learned two bombshell pieces of information regarding the Parkland, Florida mass shooting. First, we learned that the Broward County Sheriff’s Office was told in November that the Parkland shooter “could be a school shooter in the making” but deputies didn’t bother to write up a report; that report “came just weeks after a relative called urging BSO to seize his weapons.” Then, in even more shocking news, we learned that an armed school resource officer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School sat outside and waited for four minutes during the six minute attack that ended in the deaths of 17 human beings.
Why in the world would a single law-abiding gun owner hand over his or her weapon to the same authorities that did nothing to protect the children of Parkland? Why would a single law-abiding gun owner turn over his or her capacity for self-defense to people who were incapable of defending children at every step of the way?
On February 21st, the Wisconsin state Senate passed Assembly Bill 820 by a 21-11 vote. AB 820 is an important piece of legislation to ensure that shooting ranges receive due process if being closed for unsafe conditions and are given a chance to remedy the issues. Having previously passed the state Assembly by a voice vote on February 15th, AB 820 will now head to Governor Scott Walker’s desk for his approval. Please contact Gov. Walker and urge him to sign AB 820. Click the “Take Action” button below to contact Gov. Walker.
The New York Times is uniquely bad on the subject of firearms. There are two ways to understand that sentence, and both apply: Among major news publications, the Timesregularly exhibits an unparalleled level of illiteracy on the subject of firearms, and it exhibits comparable illiteracy on practically no other subject. Even on such self-acknowledged weak spots as American religion, the Times rarely sinks to the level of outright stupidity that characterizes its coverage of firearms and related crimes.
In the wake of an atrocious act of premeditated murder, an organized effort to bully legislators into passing legislation to hijack your Second Amendment rights is underway. The gun control faction is out in full force, determined to use the senseless murder of the students and adults at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as an excuse to promote their gun ban agenda.
Despite overwhelming public opposition to a package of gun control bills at a public hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee on January 30, Gov. Phil Scott held a press conference today calling for passage of those bills and added a couple of others.
In print and on TV, Americans were bombarded with facts and figures suggesting that the problem of school shootings was out of control. We were informed, for example, that since 2013 there has been an average of one school shooting a week in the U.S., and 18 since the beginning of this year. While these statistics were not exactly lies or fake news, they involved stretching the definition of a school shooting well beyond the limits of most people’s imagination.
When a mass murder happens in our country, like so many Americans I wring my hands and look for answers – for anything that will stop these monsters. I don’t like to speak out at these times, because as Ecclesiastes correctly tells us there is “a time to every purpose under the heaven,” including “a time to mourn.”
On February 21st, the Illinois state Senate added Senate Amendment 001 to Senate Bill 559 which allows for the seizure of firearms without due process. Please contact your state Senator and urge them to OPPOSE SB 559. Click the “Take Action” button below to contact your state Senator.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) said Wednesday it opposes any new legislation that would put age restrictions on firearm purchases.
“We need serious proposals to prevent violent criminals and the dangerously mentally ill from acquiring firearms,” NRA spokeswoman Jennifer Baker said in a statement.
“Passing a law that makes it illegal for a 20-year-old to purchase a shotgun for hunting or adult single mother from purchasing the most effective self-defense rifle on the market punishes law-abiding citizens for the evil acts of criminals,” she added.
Any law that requires an individual to be 21 or older to buy a firearm “effectively prohibits” adults aged 18-20 from buying a firearm, Baker said, “thus depriving them of their constitutional right to self-protection.”
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland (CNN) - As the country descends into yet another gun debate, the National Rifle Association's executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre slammed Democrats for their reaction to the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, and warned of government overreach extending far beyond the limiting of firearms.
Vice President Mike Pence says the Trump administration will make school safety "our top national priority" after last week's attack on a high school in Parkland, Florida.
President Donald Trump offered a full-throated endorsement of the National Rifle Association as the organization mounted an offensive against efforts to tighten gun restrictions in the wake of a Florida school shooting that killed 17 people.
A survivor of the Florida high school massacre said in an interview that CNN rejected his proposal to discuss armed guards in schools and instead handed him a "scripted" question to ask during Wednesday night's town hall on gun rights.
Colton Haab, 17, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and an ROTC member, reportedly used Kevlar vests to shield students during the massacre. He said he decided not to attend the town hall after CNN presented him with the prepared question.
"Opportunists are exploiting tragedy for political gain." —Wayne LaPierre
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