Friday, July 30, 2021

Tag: gun control

Boulder, Colorado passes new gun control laws

Boulder now joins a few other cities and towns throughout the U.S. that are passing laws aimed at banning the controversial AR-15.

Bernie Sanders calls out NRA when asked if enough has been...

“Of course not!” Sanders said. “But it’s like every other issue. The American people are united overwhelmingly.”

Mass shootings, children being gunned down in cold blood; a dark...

We Americans may not realize it, but we are being mentally conditioned by this government to accept these mass shootings as a part of our culture, embedded in our society.

NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch: It’s unfair to say ‘mass shootings’ because...

"When a gun is involved, it’s called a mass shooting, and that’s so the focus remains on the firearm."

Prayers aren’t enough, Texas governor calls for immediate action after Santa...

"It's time in Texas that we take action to step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated ever again in the history of the state of Texas."

NRA 2018: The fear comes to Dallas

The convention is no longer just celebration of guns and their accessories, but a fully integrated Donald Trump rally.

Students as teachers

Facing the world adults are wrecking.

Role of youth in the coming transformation

These crises are coming to a head and provide the environment for transformational changes, if we act.

After mocking Parkland shooting survivor, advertisers drop Laura Ingraham

“We can show that if you continue to bully the students that survived a mass murder, there’s going to be consequences."

Two police officers charged with illegally selling more than 100 guns

The ATF previously issued a memorandum to Southern California police chiefs warning that sales of illegal firearms have become an “emerging problem” for officers.

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Planet’s vital signs are reaching dangerous ‘tipping points’ amid climate crisis, scientists warn

“We need to stop treating the climate emergency as a stand-alone issue—global heating is not the sole symptom of our stressed Earth system.”

Maine becomes first state to make corporations pay for recycling

“While we’re first in the U.S., we’re not going to be the last.”

What the Pegasus Project has revealed about the rise of for profit surveillance

For journalists and activists what we’ve learned about Pegasus has created new doubts about security.

Labor rights advocates’ Fight for $15 has helped millions of workers

“The success of the movement for higher wages... only reaffirms how far out of step lawmakers in Congress are from their constituents, as they continue to refuse to raise the federal minimum wage.”

Police sergeant suspended after kicking handcuffed woman’s head on video

The Atlanta Police Department has not yet released the names of the police officer, sergeant, or the victim who was not charged with a crime.