Source: Big Government
On June 6, AZ Central carried a column from former Arizona Republic reporter Tom Zoellner in which Zoellner argues that Democrats created the mental health crisis our country currently faces--and that instead of fixing it, they are using it to exploit recent shootings. Zoellner is an admitted Obama supporter who believes the Republican approach to mental health is simply far better than the approach Democrats are pushing. According to Zoellner, the roots of the current mental h ...
Full article at: Big Government
Jun 9 2014, 1:03pm CDT
Mass murder at a sunny college campus in a beach town would normally be considered “newsy,” but Elliot Rodger’s massacre at the University of California-Santa Barbara last Friday is getting surprisingly little press.
This is not a good case for liberals: The killer was an immigrant, a person of color, and the majority of his casualties resulted from attacks with a car or knife. It makes as much sense to rant about the NRA as to blam ...
Full article at: WND
May 28 2014, 5:24pm CDT
Source: Politics - The Huffington Post
Now that the second episode of Colion Noir's new talk show on the NRA Freestyle media network has once again made even the pro-gun bloggers call him out for being about as boring as a rerun of a 1960s afternoon soap opera, the NRA's self-professed expert on anything and everything having to do with guns has released a new video in which he gets it all wrong on the issue of gun-free zones. And just to make sure that he squeezes the maximum num ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post
May 27 2014, 11:22am CDT
Source: The Atlantic
In the wake of this weekend’s mass murder at the University of California Santa Barbra, people are again asking—as they have after each of the nation’s recent mass shootings—what could we have done to prevent this. There were obvious indications that Elliot Rodger was planning something terrible, a spectacular crime against women that he outlined in YouTube videos and a lengthy manifesto that would bring him infamy. His family was concerned ...
Full article at: The Atlantic
May 26 2014, 5:00am CDT