Steve Ballmer donated $7 million to Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety.
It can be difficult to keep up with the politically correct rules these days. Can we follow the evidence wherever it leads, or may we simply reject it, as the anti-Second Amendment groups do, when it is inconvenient to our politics? Are we permitted to bring religion into politics, or must it be shunned completely?
Throughout these developments, your NRA has kept its members informed of every late-breaking story, often in real time.
Everytown released its U.S. Senate endorsements recently.
I recently received an invitation from my local public school district to attend a “safety forum.” It wasn’t going to cover the variety of health-and-safety issues relevant to kids today—opioid abuse, underage drinking, reckless driving, online bullying, physical violence and sexual assault or harassment.
Bloomberg-backed anti-gun group rolled out endorsements for this year’s elections.
When Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City and the founder of multiple gun-control groups, announced he was running for president, he also said his news service would not investigate him or his rivals who are vying for the Democratic Party’s nomination.