The avid hunter took son Donnie duck hunting, but his followers are divided about letting kids carry guns.
“None of the princesses have ever been like ‘I HATE GUNS AND LOVE ABORTION AND BEING SUPRESSED AND HATE MY COUNTRY,’” Teigen responded.
After the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, spawned the March for Our Lives, one of the largest youth protests since the Vietnam War, the student activists behind the movement are launching a nationwide summer bus tour, focused on voter registration and challenging the National Rifle Association's power. March for Our Lives: Road to Change kicks off June 15 at the Peace March in Chicago, led by the students of St. Sabina Academy. The bus tour will make more than 75 stops through August.
This week Kent State graduate Kaitlin Bennett tweeted the images of herself with a gun, writing, “Now that I graduated from @KentState, I can finally arm myself on campus. I should have been able to do so as a student."
The student's lawsuit says the ban on shirts promoting gun rights is a violation of his right to free speech.
A dad's controversial prom photo with his daughter and her prom date, in which the former NFL player was holding a gun in his hand, generates a lively debate on social media.
The 22-year-old University of Tennessee student wants to "empower other women" by celebrating her right to bear arms.
The 18-year-old has been banned from the prom because of his gun-related social media posts: "2nd amendment part 2. YeeYee," he tweeted.
Walmart alone has increased its product assortment of concealed-carry apparel by 169 percent in the last three months, compared to the same period one year ago.
The seventh-grader's father says there's "nothing violent" about the images, for which his middle school suspended the boy for two days.
As a number of student survivors push for tighter restrictions on guns, one junior from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is fighting against gun control. Meet Kyle Kashuv.
A Massachusetts teacher was placed on administrative leave after making "inappropriate" gun-related comments to students.
A New Jersey high school has retracted a threat banning students from prom, for participating in organized walk-outs in response to the Florida school shooting. Principal Dennis Perry of Cherry Hill High School East explained the changeabout in a February 27th letter to the school, even inviting students to participate in an organized “walk” on March 14th, the same day as the national school walkout planned by The Women’s March’s Youth EMPOWER group. A student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 students and teachers were killed in a February 14th shooting, protests in support of gun laws.
The first lady welcomed a Florida teen who favors a bipartisan, moderate approach to gun control to the White House. He later tweeted that the Trumps were "true patriots."
In the wake of the Parkland school shooting that left 17 people dead, Bumble announced it will no longer allow members to post any photos of guns or other weapons.
DENVER ― On Monday morning, around 400 mothers organized by the Colorado chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America gathered under the state capitol rotunda to support common-sense gun control policy. “We’re a group of moms whose primary concern is our children,” said Jen Clenahan, who has an eight-year-old daughter she calls the love of her life. Not all Colorado lawmakers are listening, however.
At a blessing ceremony for members of the Unification Church at the World Peace and Unification Sanctuary, members wore very specific garb while holding AR-15s.
Consumers are rewarding companies for their positions in the fight against the National Rifle Association with purchases. Could it mark a sea change?
Leslie Knope, aka Amy Poehler, and her cohorts from "Parks and Recreation" definitely didn't appreciate being used in an NRA promotion.