Richard Blumenthal’s Sandy Hook Anniversary Congressional Rebuke: IMI Systems Quote of the Day

“Shame on Congress for allowing yet another year to pass without action. Shame on Congress for allowing this tragic anniversary to be followed by so many more—in Sutherland Springs, in Las Vegas, in Orlando, in Charleston, and in our communities each and every day. Each day that passes marked by inaction, Congress turns its back […]

TTAG Daily Digest: Mass Shootings in “Gun-Free” Nations, Tactical Tacos and DC Carry Permits

Narrative alert! . . . Mass shootings in gun-free nations The global history of mass shootings demonstrates that the vast majority of these crimes are perpetrated in places where citizen firearms ownership is close to nil. While people can argue about cause and effect, the facts are indisputable. This might seem surprising to people who […]

TTAG Daily Digest: Decoupling Gun Stocks, Congress Doing What it Does Best and Contagious Gun Violence

Yes, well compare who’s running Congress and the White House now to who was in control after Newtown . . . Gun stocks decouple from gun massacres Gun stocks often rise on the heels of well-publicized gun violence, but it isn’t happening after yesterday’s horrific events in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Shares of such companies as […]

IMI Systems Quote of the Day: Assassinations and Mass Shootings, “Only in America” – Enter to Win 1000 Rounds of IMI 9mm Ammo

“We are a country blanketed by cities, towns and schools best known for killing sprees. Orlando, Fla.; Charleston, S.C.; Virginia Tech; Columbine, Colo. — the list grows, as John Wayne said, ‘as sure as the turning of the earth.’ Is this as good as it gets here? Assassinations by gunfire separate us from the rest of […]

Blue Force Quote of the Day: Mass Shootings Explained

“Now that the project has come to a close, I’m more sad than afraid. I’ve come to see simultaneous chaos and banality in [mass shootings], the result of a culture that makes it far too easy for violence-prone individuals to access firearms.” – Mark Hay in What I Learned Tracking Every Mass Shooting in America and […]