“Happy Mother’s Day” Call from Pro-Gun Activist Obsessed with Sodomy

Normally, Mother’s Day is occasion for warm, love-filled greetings; and even peace advocacy. Pro-gun activist Mike Lynn of Memphis, Tennessee, however, seems to have a different idea about how the holiday works. When you work in the field of gun violence prevention, you get used to angry and threatening correspondence from the other side, but …

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What Adam Lanza Took, and Didn’t Take, to Sandy Hook Elementary

With the release of an investigative report by the State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Danbury in late November, we now have a clear picture of the firearms used by Adam Lanza in the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary school on December 14, 2012. We also have a clear picture of the weapons he …

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Pro-Gun Activists Contradict Claim that Stalking of Moms’ Group was “Peaceful Assembly”

On November 9, 2013, a group of heavily armed Open Carry Texas (OCT) protesters surrounded a Blue Mesa Grill in Arlington, Texas while brandishing shotguns and military-style rifles. Inside the restaurant, a member of the group Moms Demand Gun Sense for America (MDA) was peacefully convening a lunch meeting with three other women to discuss …

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Pro-Gun Activists Fantasize About Assassinating President Obama in Dallas

The bedrock belief of the modern pro-gun movement is insurrectionism—the perverted notion that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to shoot and kill elected officials, law enforcement officers, and military service members when one personally senses “tyranny.” And pro-gun activists are never shy about indicating they are prepared to use violence to get their …

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October is Domestic Violence Encouragement Month for Pro-Gun Activists

Each year, our country observes Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), Domestic Violence Awareness Month evolved from their “Day of Unity,” which was first conducted in October 1981. The intent was to connect advocates for battered women who were working to end violence against women and …

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New Moms Leader Brings out the Misogyny in Pro-Gun Movement

There’s something about strong, powerful women advocating for better gun laws that really brings out the misogyny in the pro-gun movement. And with the emergence of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, pro-gunners are frothing at the mouth like never before. The founder of Moms Demand Action is Shannon Watts of Zionsville, Indiana. …

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Pro-Gun Activist: “If itll keep me a free person ill kill 30k just myself.”

By now, most Americans are familiar with the Faustian bargain of the pro-gun movement. We are told that we must allow innocent Americans-including children-to be gunned down by homicidal maniacs with legally-acquired arsenals because it’s “the price we must pay for freedom.” This morally bankrupt idea requires one to ignore history, of course. When James …

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Pro-Gun Activists Find Humor in Shooting of 9-Year-Old Girl

Each year in the United States approximately 3,000 children and teens die from gun violence. Additionally, more than 30,000 are injured. On Saturday night, another casualty occurred that reminds us of the senseless nature of this gun violence.  In New Sewickley Township, Pennsylvania, a 9-year-old girl in a skunk costume was playing outside at a …

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Pro-Gun Activist to Virginia Mom: “Just checking in on my favorite c—t.”

It’s common knowledge that pro-gun activists love to harass, intimidate and threaten Americans who care about gun violence. And women have always borne the most significant brunt of those attacks. On two previous occasions, the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV) has posted misogynistic comments directed at Virginia mother Abby Spangler, the founder of the …

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The Worst Kept Secret in the World: Why Pro-Gun Activists REALLY Want Assault Weapons

Among the most laughable campaigns in gun lobby history is their recent attempt to re-brand assault rifles as “Modern Sporting Rifles.” The gun industry commonly described semiautomatic versions of military-style firearms as “assault weapons” prior to the late 1980s/early 1990s, when a series of gruesome mass shootings with these rifles gave that term a decidedly …

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