Poll: 82% Of Dems Favor Banning All Semiautomatic Weapons, Evenly Split On Banning All Guns
YouGov asked people whether they favor or oppose banning semiautomatic weapons. Note: Not semiautomatic rifles, which some might incorrectly but understandably treat as a question about AR-15s or “assault weapons.” YouGov asked about semiautomatic weapons. That means handguns too.
These idiots will soon be referring to ‘semi-atomic’ weapons.
How Justin Trudeau can recover from his stumbles in India
Pierre Elliott Trudeau was admired in India — both as a friend of the country as well as a brilliant tactician who understood the intricacies of a federation. He fought to preserve the integrity of Canada. How ironic that his son Justin — the current prime minister of Canada — stands accused of fomenting separatist sentiments in a vibrant democracy far, far away.
Now that the PM has returned to Ottawa, with memories of “exotic” India receding into the past, it’s time to assess the damage and devise an India strategy based on realism and practicality.
Report: Parkland Shooter Did Not Use High-Capacity Magazines
The Parkland shooter did not use magazines larger than 10 rounds, but gun-reform lobbyists are calling on lawmakers to ban higher-capacity magazines after the Valentine’s Day tragedy.
The 19-year-old school shooter who killed 17 in Florida on Valentine’s Day had 150 rounds of ammunition in 10-round magazines. Larger ones would not fit in his bag, Florida state senator Lauren Book revealed.
Librarians warn ‘Christian fragility’ causes microaggressions
Librarians at Simmons College are warning Christian students that “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Easter,” and “God bless you” are microaggressions against Muslim people.
The librarians caution against such expressions in a new guide on “Anti-Islamomisia,” which argues that “people who follow Christianity have institutionalized power” and therefore may inadvertently commit microaggressions against Muslims and other religious minorities.
Police keeping an eye on several ‘newcomer’ gangs popping up in Peopletoba
“These are good kids, very good kids when they move here, with lots of potential,” Director of Immigration Partnership Abdi Ahmed said. “I know kids who in April were good kids. Who had no association with gangs. By September, they were hard core involved in street crime issues.”
These gangs are preying on children and teenagers who are new to the city and often have no where else to turn.