Remember when Harvey Weinstein, dogged by sexual harassment allegations, put out that statement saying he was going to take a leave from his company and “give the NRA my full attention”? Yeah, that never happened, but it was an OK effort to distract from his abhorrent behavior. Something similar happened
You probably don’t remember it, but back in Spring 2017, people like Rachel Maddow were crowing at the top of their lungs that President Trump was trying to arm people with “severe mental illness.” Like the word “racist,” they just reflexively threw in the word “severe” for shock value, and
During the Democrat debate in Houston, around the time Beto O’Rourke promised that as president he’d oversee a mass confiscation (er, “mandatory buyback”) of guns in America, his Twitter account took Elizabeth Warren’s “I have a plan for that” slogan to the next level: Donate: https://t.co/yY8kKu7p8W pic.twitter.com/W0jj4liGkU — Beto O'Rourke
We’re not sure who’s hit the big time now, as “Who’s the Boss” child actor and Democratic activist Alyssa Milano meets with Sen. Ted Cruz Tuesday afternoon. Milano has brought along Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime was shot and killed in Parkland, and he didn’t promise to be all smiles:
On a recent episode of “Outnumbered,” wrestler and political commentator Tyrus explained why he was concerned about the prospect of American citizens being stripped of their Second Amendment rights: This is insane. Tyrus on guns: "If my military has it, if my gov't has it, and we get into a
Brilliant and totally serious Real Journalists are pitching fits over gun rights advocates’ insistence on using proper gun terminology when covering guns. Because, put simply, their feelings don’t care about facts. But unlike these journalists, tweeter @RobProvince actually knows a thing or two about guns — and he’s got the
Don’t even let anyone tell you that Beto O’Rourke’s not willing to engage with his ideological opposition. Just look at how he goes to gun shows despite wanting to institute a mandatory gun buyback, aka confiscation, program: At a gun show, a seller told me we need better background checks.
Rep. Eric Swalwell will always have the distinction of being the very first 2020 Democratic presidential candidate to bail from the campaign, though by some miracle he did make it to the first debate, only to hassle Old Man Biden to “pass the torch” to his younger, white successor. Swalwell