Gun ownership is way up, while gun crime is declining; Right-to-Carry permits are exploding, while gun homicide continues to drop. But have facts ever inerfered with the gun-control agenda?
Geraldo Rivera said actor Vince Vaughn, in voicing his support for the Second Amendment, sounded like the worst homegrown mass murderer in American history.
CNN commentator Charles Blow denied that spiking urban murder rates might be attributed to police pullbacks.
Mets pitcher Dillon Gee tweeted, “This is not why I put on that shirt this day. I in no way support Bloomberg/Morgan or gun control.”
John Feinblatt wrote this week that "college campuses, historically, are incredibly safe places."
Not one person mentioned Carol Bowne in Tuesday's congressional hearing on "Domestic Violence and Guns."
Two anonymous Baltimore police officers told CNN that “proactive, self-initiated policing has stopped.
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Former anchor Lynne Russell and her husband, Chuck de Caro, are both concealed-carry permit holders.
The suspect opened fire, but de Caro, a concealed-carry permit holder, shot back, fatally wounding the assailant.