In January, Senator Dianne Feinstein will introduce a bill to ban the sale, transfer, importation and manufacturing of military-style assault weapons (like the AR-15 pictured above), handguns and shotguns that can accept high-capacity magazines.
The move comes 2 weeks after a madman went on a shooting rampage in an elementary school, killing 20 children and 6 adults.
It’s high time that the government of the United States took action to disarm the general public who have no business owning firearms. Statistics show that most violent crimes are committed by handguns in the United States — and that most of those weapons were stolen or obtained through legal loopholes at gun shows.
The bill strengthens the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban signed into law by former President Bill Clinton.
The scammers and con artists aren’t the only ones exploiting the Newtown, Connecticut tragedy for their own selfish benefits.
From Page Six:
That Jay-Z and Coldplay are teaming up to support Newtown, Conn., after the Sandy Hook tragedy. The rapper and Chris Martin’s Brit rockers are auctioning off four VIP seats to their New Year’s Eve concert at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center plus the chance to go backstage and meet the stars. Proceeds will benefit Newtown Youth & Family Services, a local nonprofit mental- health clinic. Bidding is open at Charitybuzz.com . . .
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A reader emailed to express his opinion on this post dated Monday December 17.
From: Ronnie McCarthon firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Obama shameful photo op
The pictures on your site were released by the individuals who took them, those pictures were NOT a photo op. The White House did not release any pictures of the trip to Conn. Those families were happy and grateful to have the president there and he by all means should be able to smile with children without being accussed of doing something shameful. Your article is shameful.
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