Haig’s name was mistakenly released when a judge in Nevada made the police warrant public without redacting Haig’s name.
Public policy can be motivated by our feelings, but it has to be based on facts and good reasoning. Just ask what gun laws could prevent mass shootings?
Why? Because Mike Bloomberg, Marty Moylan, and the Moms have identified you as the “other shooter” on the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay.
There’s no excuse for CNN or any professional news outlet to continue getting gun reporting so wrong.
Minnesota Gun Owners Caucus join with the rest of the country in expressing our deepest condolences for those affected by the Las Vegas tragedy last week.
While people ponder the aftermath of the recent Las Vegas mass murders, political opportunists seized the moment to hammer the rights American citizens.
It’s been over a week since a madman launched a deadly attack at a concert in Las Vegas that killed and wounded hundreds of people.
The dilemma we find ourselves in right now. If we remain silent, the knee-jerk reactionaries get free rein to rant unchallenged & set the narrative about the evils of guns…
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has issued the following statement concerning the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada:
Rep. Bill Foster (D-Ill.) today called for “military-style” guns to be locked away at gun clubs only. Foster is not one to shy away for calling for more gun control.
It was a heroic private security guard who stopped the mass killing coming from the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
There is no compromising with gun controllers. Their version of compromise is for gun owners to give up everything and gun controllers to give up nothing.
Throw one question at “Gun Controllers” and don’t let them get away with stalling, equivocation or changing the subject…
Room 135 was where the mass killer set up to attack the Route 91 Harvest Country Music attendees.
Trump said this isn’t a time for politics, and I agree, but we must respond to the opportunist left on gun control because they use emotions over reason.