Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary changed its definition of “assault rifle” to one that matches what gun control advocates are pushing for.
A CNN media reporter accused the Drudge Report of not caring about facts, then refused to correct inaccurate CNN reporting on guns.
A restaurant owner doesn’t want to serve customers who own guns that look scary because she says doing so would violate her conscience.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest used the Charleston shooting to justify gun control, saying, “You don’t need an assault rifle to go hunting.”
Reporters love to talk about guns, but few have any interest in actually understanding them. Here are 14 things reporters need to understand about guns.
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