"Dear crazed shooters, the GOP has frequent baseball practice".
One of the heroes who lost his life during the Florida school shooting this week appears to have been a Trump supporter.
(Natural News) For the longest time, I believed that the primary reason why the so-called "mainstream media" could never get its reporting right when it came to guns -- how they work, what they are and are not capable of, even correctly identify
Donald and Melania Trump Visit Victims, First Responders, and Law Officials from Florida Shooting
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Claims his first response came this morning, when it actually happened yesterday
Tucker Carlson said Thursday on Fox News that psychiatric drugs, social alienation, the destruction of the nuclear family and the war on men are far more relevant topics to discuss than gun control if our goal is to stop mass shootings.
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel took a swipe at Republicans who are quick to offer thoughts and prayers after the deadly mass shooting Wednesday at a Florida high school that took the lives of 17 people and said President Trump has done "literally don
Ron Paul shares his thoughts on the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
The murder of 17 innocent high school students in Parkland, Florida reminds us that public schools are dangerous. Too dangerous for children.
Strangely, not one of them questioned why a school would have 4,000 students or wondered how a school of that size could ever be anything but a big bureaucracy that follows the rules but misses important nuances, variables, signs, and clues.
President Trump plainly feels the nation's grief and anger over young Nikolas Cruz's shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS. The question is: Will he seize the chance to do something about mass shootings?
Nikolas Cruz Publicly Stated He Wanted to Shoot Up a School--The FBI Knew and Did Nothing
President Donald Trump struck a solemn tone Thursday after the deadly school shooting in Florida, describing a "scene of terrible violence, hatred and evil" and promising to "tackle the difficult issue of mental health," but avoiding any mention of g
A high school shooting in Parkland, Florida happened a few hours ago. As of the writing of this post least 20 victims have been taken to hospitals with 16 fatalities reported.
The heinous attack on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School demonstrates anew the necessity of arming teachers so they can defend students from determined criminals who come to campus to do harm.
"Sarah," reportedly a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS in Parkland, Florida, has gone viral over this no-holds-barred response to President Donald Trump's "prayers and condolences" tweet after yesterday's horrific mass shooting:
CNN counterterrorism analyst Philip Mudd started crying on Wednesday while pushing for gun control in the wake of the school shooting in Florida.
A video has surfaced that appears to show an interview with a student witness to the Feb. 14, 2018 Parkland High School shooting in Florida. No specific source can be determined for the video and therefore its legitimacy is questionable. If legitimatEntered By: Mike Dugger
In the aftermath of Wedneday's terrible school shooting in Parkland, Florida, the liberal media callously rushed to use the deaths to push for more gun control.
"resistance" (UPDATE, correction)...(Natural News) By now, you've probably heard that a horrific mass shooting tragedy has unfolded in a Florida school, where a former student returned to the school grounds and opened fire. So far, the death t
Update (11 am ET): In a confusing statement that was released mid-morning by the NSA, the agency clarified that, while weapons were discharged during this morning's attempted gate-ramming, none of the injured parties were struck by the gunfire...
The school was placed on lockdown for a few hours after the call which came in around 2 p.m., but students were trickling out slowly, many with their hands up and tears in their eyes. When they came out, students were leaving their backpacks in a pil