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Category / Gun Control

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

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

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

Good guy with no gun James Shaw Jr. disarmed Waffle House shooter

Tragedy struck the Antioch neighborhood of Nashville early Sunday morning when an armed man shot two individuals outside of a Waffle House before proceeding inside and killing two more.  In the face of that horror, reports the Tennessean, one Waffle House customer, 29-year-old James Shaw Jr., managed to wrestle an AR-15 rifle free from the...CONTINUE READING

The only student to walk out for gun control last month rallied his classmates for Columbine

The teen who marched alone last month, attracting the attention of the country, just got his classmates to join a student walkout in memory of the 15 victims of the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School. Justin Blackman received massive support on social media last month for being the only student at his high school...CONTINUE READING

Tech execs call for gun control after YouTube shooting

Major tech executives from the likes of Twitter and Uber have called for gun control following a shooting at YouTube’s California headquarters.   Three people were shot, one killed, after a shooter opened fire at YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California on Tuesday afternoon. One of the shooting victims is in critical condition. A fourth person...CONTINUE READING

Parkland students react to mandatory clear backpack rule: ‘Almost as transparent as the NRA’s agenda’

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students are returning to campus after the March For Our Lives and a week-long Spring Break, but they have yet to adjust to the new security measures put in place. After a mass shooting on Feb. 14 killed 17 people at the school, increased security precautions are being taken to...CONTINUE READING

Rick Santorum tries to correct his ‘CPR’ gaffe by digging an even deeper hole

Sentient mayonnaise blob Rick Santorum was back on CNN on Wednesday trying to walk back some controversial comments he made about the Parkland shooting survivor teens and still somehow wound up doubling down on his original comments.  Santorum faced backlash after, over the weekend, he said students taking part in the March For Our Lives...CONTINUE READING

March for Our Lives awakened the spirit of student and media activism of the 1960s

A student movement against gun violence is receiving sustained news coverage and was instrumental in building momentum around the March for Our Lives Rally Saturday, March 24, in Washington, D.C., other U.S. cities, and around the world. SEE ALSO: March for Our Lives, Tide Pods, and the overdue evolution of how we talk about teens...CONTINUE READING

The largest protests in American history are happening now. Expect them to get bigger.

Size matters — at least when it comes to the size of our protests. Though final count is still being tabulated, researchers Erica Chenoweth and Jeremy Pressman of the Crowd Counting Consortium estimate that over 1.25 million people across the United States participated in Saturday’s March for Our Lives protest, making it one of the...CONTINUE READING
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