Empathy is a man picking up his gun and running towards a killer. It’s not sitting in safety shooting your mouth off into your phone, or at your TV audience.
After the Texas massacre on Sunday, Twitter has been abuzz with anti-Christian rhetoric. While some simply mocked prayer, others reached viler depths.
The chances of finding yourself in a mass shooting are minuscule. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have an inherent right to self defense.
While we have a moment of unity in our feelings of disgust and judgment upon the Las Vegas murderer, let’s engage our minds to make that common ground last.
Chuck Todd had a hard time accepting that Rep. Steve Scalise is unwilling to abandon his principles after being shot on a baseball field for holding those principles.
Anti-gun activists would like you to think that gun violence is a growing problem in the United States as alpha males flock to gun shows to buy weapons. False.
Without a known political or ideological motive, you simply can’t go around slapping the label on mass-murderers for the sake of political convenience.
Mr. Kimmel, for the sake of our public discourse and the effect that discourse may have on our civil rights, please: stay out of the gun control debate. You are in over your head.
Nick Kristof offers eight ideas to alleviate mass shootings. All of them would make it harder for law-abiding citizens to own guns. None would stop mass shootings.
Many can’t ‘put politics aside’ in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre because we’re so divided that everything is political now, and that’s dangerous.
Prayers, or any form of calling out, is an emotional visceral human response, especially when we don’t know what to do.
Don’t want to end up saying something embarrassingly stupid? Wait at least 72 hours after the Las Vegas shooting before using it to score political points.
There are two kinds of social media reactions to horrifying events such as the Las Vegas shooting. One of them makes debate impossible.
The House majority whip was seriously injured in a June 14 attack on a group of Republicans by James Hodgkinson, an Illinois man who opened fire after asking fellow congressmen their party identification.
Had gun controllers’ proposed rules been in place, they would not have prevented America’s recent high-profile mass shootings.
Did the same media that condemned Republicans for allegedly inspiring the Gabby Giffords shooting condemn today’s hysterical anti-Trump climate? Of course not.
A New York Times editorial blames Republicans for violence against Democrats despite no relationship, and blames Republicans for violence against Republicans when the perpetrator is a progressive activist.
An Illinois man allegedly shot at Republicans who were practicing at a baseball field in Virginia Wednesday morning, injuring four.
A single gunman opened fire on the GOP congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Va. this morning. Here’s what we know.
Sheriff Clarke is right: we’re seeing ‘guerrilla urban warfare against the police’ fueled by a false narrative about police shootings.
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