March for Our Lives

The teenagers who survived a school shooting in February at a Florida high school that killed 17 people have been the focus of national media attention, including some making the list of Time magazine’s annual World’s 100 Most Influential People. And the Parkland, Florida teens are promoting the second National School Walkout taking place across the
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Cheryl Senter/AP Photo by Jerome Hudson27 Mar 20180 27 Mar, 201827 Mar, 2018 Documentary filmmaker and left-wing activist Michael Moore had a revelation about the legal age to vote in America after Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people with a legally purchased AR-15 rifle at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Michael Moore took to Twitter
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ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS via Getty Images by Michelle Moons24 Mar 2018Washington, DC0 24 Mar, 201824 Mar, 2018 WASHINGTON, DC — Saturday’s star-studded, security heavy, anti-gun March for Our Lives demonstration in the streets of the nation’s capital displayed a host of anti-Trump and anti-gun protest signs. The following are 21 photos highlighting the event. Several streets
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Mike Windle/Getty Images for Equality Now by John Nolte24 Mar 20180 24 Mar, 201824 Mar, 2018 Avengers director Joss Whedon used Austin, Texas, bombing victim Draylen Mason as a weapon against President Trump. In a tweet, Whedon used fake news to blame Mason’s death on the president. “Draylen Mason. One of the kids I march
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During Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Representative Robin Kelly (D-IL) declared her support for those participating in the March for Our Lives protests and wondered, “Why do NRA dollars matter more than American lives?” Transcript as Follows:  Antonio Brown and 49 others shot in Orlando, and still the gun show loophole remains. Officer Charleston Hartfield and
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Broward County, Florida, superintendent of schools Robert Runcie says it is “fake news” that his PROMISE school leniency program likely allowed accused school shooter Nikolas Cruz to remain under the radar of law enforcement and, therefore, able to purchase the firearm that killed 17 individuals at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February. On the
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A march first announced by students who attend the Florida high school where 17 people were shot and killed by a man with a history of mental health issues last month has morphed into a worldwide anti-gun, anti-Second Amendment, anti-Trump protest directed, promoted, and funded by left-wing adults and adult-led organizations. According to the March
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