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Marco Rubio tells survivor of Parkland massacre he will continue to accept NRA money
kirjutab Rebekah Entralg blogis ThinkProgress, neljapäev 22 veebruar kell 05:28
During CNN’s Wednesday night town hall event, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Cameron Kasky asked Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) a simple question: will he continue to accept funds from the National Rifle Association in spite of the 17 lives that were taken last week. Rubio dodged the question. “The  answer to the  question is that people buy into  my agenda.  And I do support the second  amendment.  And

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Father of slain student confronts Marco Rubio — and an epic exchange ensues
kirjutab Addy Baird blogis ThinkProgress, neljapäev 22 veebruar kell 04:54
Sen. Marco Rubio defended his opposition to an assault weapons ban Wednesday night at a town hall, where he was pushed by the father of a teenage victim of last week’s school shooting in Parkland, Florida that left 17 people dead. “I want to like you. Here’s the problem. And I’m a brutally honest person so I’m just going to say it up front,”  Fred  Guttenberg, the father of Jaime Guttenberg said.
Survivor, victims’ parents plead with Trump to take real action on guns
kirjutab Yvette Cabrera blogis ThinkProgress, neljapäev 22 veebruar kell 03:08
In the days after the Parkland school mass shooting, President Donald Trump zeroed in on mental health as a primary culprit, but on Wednesday parents whose children were slain in the massacre called on him to acknowledge the
Pressure Builds on Trump to Improve School Safety
kirjutab WSJ Staff blogis Washington Wire, kolmapäev 21 veebruar kell 14:00
News and analysis from WSJs Washington bureau
Republicans Begin to Embrace Some Gun-Safety Measures
kirjutab WSJ Staff blogis Washington Wire, teisipäev 20 veebruar kell 14:08
Republicans begin to embrace some gun-safety measures, and more in Capital Journal Daybreak.
Why Action on Gun Violence Remains Unlikely
kirjutab Joshua Jamerson blogis Washington Wire, reede 16 veebruar kell 13:57
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The new smear campaign against students who survived the Parkland massacre
kirjutab Judd Legum blogis ThinkProgress, teisipäev 20 veebruar kell 04:55
Students who survived the gun massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have emerged as powerful advocates of gun control and fierce critics of the NRA. Now they are being targeted by a right-wing smear campaign. David Hogg, a senior at the school, was one of the first to appear on national television and demand action. “We’re children. You guys are the adults. You need to take some action and play a role. Work together.
Trump responds to Parkland massacre by announcing support for NRA-backed gun legislation
kirjutab Elham Khatami blogis ThinkProgress, esmaspäev 19 veebruar kell 20:54
Days after the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida resulted in the deaths of 17 people, President Trump has seemingly come around to the idea of strengthening the federal background check system. But if history is any indicati
Polish foreign minister indicates ‘Poles of Jewish ethnicity’ share blame for Holocaust
kirjutab E.A. Crunden blogis ThinkProgress, esmaspäev 19 veebruar kell 19:37
The government of Poland further escalated international tensions over the issue of accountability in the Holocaust this week, appearing to level a measure of blame at Jews for the genocide. Following the passage of a bill cr
Trump puts public school safety and trauma counseling funding on the chopping block
kirjutab Mark Hand blogis ThinkProgress, laupäev 17 veebruar kell 22:41
With school mass shootings  on the rise  across the country, the Trump administration is proposing major funding cuts for violence prevention and recovery assistance programs at public schools. Funds targeted for reduction or elimination in President Donald Trump’s FY’19 budget request, which was released two days before the tragedy at a high school in Parkland, Florida, have helped pay for counselors in schools and violence prevention programs.
Trump spokesperson defends Russia, blames election interference on the mainstream media
kirjutab Tara Culp-Ressler blogis ThinkProgress, laupäev 17 veebruar kell 21:46
Deputy White House Press Secretary Hogan Gidley claimed during an appearance on Fox News on Saturday that Democratic politicians and the mainstream press have done more to interfere in the electoral system than Russia has. Re
Serious questions are mounting about Jared Kushner’s security clearance
kirjutab Kyla Mandel blogis ThinkProgress, laupäev 17 veebruar kell 20:43
Serious questions are swirling around Jared Kushner’s security clearance which is still pending more than a year after he entered the White House, even as Kushner reportedly requests more intelligence information than almost any other White House official. According to new reports by the Washington Post , White House Chief of Staff John F.
Why Action on Gun Violence Remains Unlikely
kirjutab Joshua Jamerson blogis Washington Wire, reede 16 veebruar kell 13:57
News and analysis from WSJs Washington bureau
Republican Ads Make Nancy Pelosi Democrats’ Midterm Election Mascot
kirjutab Joshua Jamerson blogis Washington Wire, neljapäev 15 veebruar kell 14:30
News and analysis from the WSJs Washington bureau.
John Kelly: White House Handled Rob Porter Situation ‘Right’
kirjutab Joshua Jamerson blogis Washington Wire, kolmapäev 14 veebruar kell 14:42
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Pro-coal Kentucky lawmaker adopts anti-solar rhetoric from playbook of ‘corporate bill mill’
kirjutab Mark Hand blogis ThinkProgress, neljapäev 15 veebruar kell 18:27
A Kentucky state lawmaker borrowed from a Koch-funded group’s playbook in a recent speech arguing against renewable energy. Delivering a speech on the floor of the House of Representatives last week Kentucky Rep.
Jeff Sessions’ absurd response to the Parkland school shooting
kirjutab Aaron Rupar blogis ThinkProgress, neljapäev 15 veebruar kell 18:09
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday addressed a school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that killed 17 people by proposing policy solutions to prevent shootings that don’t actually