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These nuns buy stock in gun companies to fight for gun safety

These nuns are fighting guns with guns. Sort of.  The Northwest Coalition for Responsible Investment, a collective of about a dozen nun associations, invests in companies so they can then use their shareholder status to sway the companies into supporting human rights issues.  SEE ALSO: Brett Kavanaugh snubs Parkland victim’s father at Senate confirmation hearing...CONTINUE READING
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3D gun group skirts law by selling blueprint files on flash drives

The blueprint files to print your own 3D gun are now being sold — despite a ban issued by a federal judge. Cody Wilson, founder of Defense Distributed, a group that distributes the files necessary to print your own “wiki weapons,” held a press conference on Tuesday announcing the release of the 3D firearm blueprints....CONTINUE READING
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Instagram comments reveal new LA Weekly owner’s right-wing agenda in action

Across the country over the past year, corporations have gobbled up prominent alt-weekly and local publications, only to either tear them down to the studs, or totally destroy them.  In Los Angeles, former LA Weekly staffers think that a mysterious shell company went a step further. The staffers theorize that it purchased the traditionally liberal...CONTINUE READING
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Gun rights activist claims he was in on the joke of that ‘Who Is America?’ skit

Who among us hasn’t tried to save face during an embarrassing situation with the classic “I actually meant to leave my fly down” excuse? That’s essentially the defense strategy of one of the unsuspecting participants in Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest mockumentary satire, Who is America?. Viewers of the recently premiered Showtime series will recognize Virginia...CONTINUE READING
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Sacha Baron Cohen got a bunch of GOP congressmen to say arming toddlers is a good idea

Am I surprised that a bunch of Republican congressman endorsed arming toddlers? No. But, as usual, I wish I had higher expectations. Sacha Baron Cohen’s new show, Who Is America?, began streaming Saturday night before its official premiere on Sunday. As you probably already know thanks to Sarah Palin’s extensive complaining, it’s classic Cohen fare...CONTINUE READING
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Capital Gazette releases front page following tragic shooting

Despite a shooting tragedy that claimed the lives of five people at its offices, the Capital Gazette declared it would still put out a paper on Friday. “I can tell you this: We’re putting out a damn paper tomorrow,” declared Capital reporter Chase Cook, just hours after an active shooter opened fire inside the newspaper’s...CONTINUE READING
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After Annapolis newsroom shooting, focus turns to Trump’s media bashing

As news of a fatal mass shooting at a community newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland surfaced, the online conversation quickly turned to President Trump’s reputation for inciting violence against the press.  At least five people were killed in the horrific shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom on Thursday. While the shooter’s motive hasn’t been confirmed by...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook tightens its policies on gun-related advertising

Facebook is tightening up its rules on advertising gun accessories to minors. The social media giant announced it would restrict the advertising of weapon accessories, such as optics, belt accessories and holsters, to those over the age of 18. It is not outright banning the advertising of these kinds of items. SEE ALSO: Facebook’s desperate...CONTINUE READING
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Striking photos of National Die-In Day show students protesting on U.S. Capitol lawn

To mark the two-year anniversary of the deadly 2016 shootings at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, a group of student activists organized a National Die-In. At 12 p.m. ET on Tuesday, high school students from across the country gathered on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.. There they dropped to...CONTINUE READING
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Houston police chief expresses hopelessness about gun control in emotional post

The shooting that killed 10 at a school in Santa Fe, Tex. on Friday has once again brought up America’s need for gun control and growing desensitization to mass shootings, and Houston chief of police Art Acevedo is done with it.  In a public Facebook post, Acevedo said he has “hit rock bottom” on gun...CONTINUE READING
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