The Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., was one of the deadliest school shootings in modern American history. Seventeen people were killed and 15 injured.
Media outlets and politicians in mourning have all offered thoughts, prayers and not much else for the most recent mass shooting in
Columbine, Colo.; Las Vegas; Sutherland Springs, Texas; Parkland, Fla. (insert next city here). Very few have called it a terrorism-related incident.
One Florida church is letting the people know that while the pastors and congregation may be saved, y’all can still catch these hands.
During his visit to South Korea, Donald Trump was asked whether he’d push for the same “extreme vetting” of gun owners that he’s proposed for refugees and U.S. visa holders.
Stop me if you have heard this before: A person with a gun walks into a church and shoots as many people as he can before being killed. What is to blame for this? Regarding the recent Texas church massacre, President Donald Trump stated that this was caused by a “mental health problem.”
Just after 7 on Wednesday morning in the all-American Washington, D.C., suburb of Alexandria, Va., GOP congressional members were on a ball field practicing. The annual Democrats-vs.-Republicans baseball game was a day away, and the participants were just wrapping up a successful workout.
It’s been exactly one year since Dylann Roof decided to make himself infamous by walking into Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church—less than five minutes from where I’m sitting now—to, according to prosecutors, commit murder, get his racist merit badge and join the ranks of the worst people from South Carolina…