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Colorado man opens fire on officer with AR-15 at traffic stop for no headlights

A Colorado man is in critical condition on Wednesday after he used an AR-15 assault rifle to fire at an officer and then was shot himself. A Longmont Police Department press release obtained by the Coloradoan said that the 36-year-old police officer had stopped the suspect at about 2:15 a.m.…

South Carolina woman kills boyfriend with shotgun while ‘playing around’

A 21-year-old South Carolina woman has been charged with murder after she admitted killing her 20-year-old boyfriend, but she insists the whole thing was an accident. Spartanburg police said that Erika Michelle Sutelman shot David Allen Moholland in the chest with a 12-gauge shotgun at an apartment where they were…

Gohmert: IRS ‘would have shot the Boston Tea Party’

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) on Friday declared that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) would have murdered the participants of the original 1773 Boston Tea Party and and would have “killed off” half of the Founding Fathers who signed the Declaration of Independence. In a 30-minute floor speech to express his…

North Carolina 2-year-old puts dad’s unattended gun in his mouth and fires

A 2-year-old boy in North Carolina is expected to survive after shooting himself with his father’s gun over the weekend. Randolph County deputies said that the toddler found the handgun in his parents’ room at their home just outside Asheboro around 2 p.m. on Saturday. The boy put the gun…

Ted Nugent’s brother: Gun control ‘will get done’ without the NRA

In an editorial published Sunday afternoon, Jeffrey Nugent, brother of National Rifle Association chairman Ted Nugent, explained that he and his brother have dramatically differing views on gun control and warned that the nation is moving toward regulating firearms with or without the NRA. Specifically, the Detroit-born rocker’s brother came…

Florida man won’t be charged for shooting himself while bowling

Police say that a Florida man who shot himself at a bowling alley in Jupiter will not be charged with a crime. Jupiter Police told WPBF that the man was bowling with a gun in the pocket of his shorts at Jupiter Lanes at around 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday when…

Biden: Guns should fire chocolate bullets because ‘people love chocolate’

In a handwritten letter sent in response to a Milwaukee second-grader, Vice President Joe Biden agreed with the boy’s recommendation to make only guns that fire chocolate bullets, explaining that he likes the idea because “people love chocolate.” A copy of the letter was obtained Monday by The Associated Press.…

‘Armed security officer’ accidentally shoots student at Aurora school

A man who police said had a second job as an “armed security officer” was being investigated after he accidentally shot a student Rangeview High School in Aurora, Colorado on Monday. According to KMGH-TV, a school employee who also has a second job as a security officer had offered a…

Beck calls for impeachment: IRS ‘tyranny’ persecutes tea party like The Inquisition

Conservative radio host Glenn Beck on Monday responded to the news that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) had targeted tea party groups for additional scrutiny by comparing the scandal to The Inquisition and insisting that the United States was living under “tyranny” if Congress did not launch impeachment hearings immediately.…

Texas mom treats son with WebMD after he’s shot by her friend

Police in Texas are considering whether to charge a mother who decided to consult the website WebMD after a friend shot her son instead of taking him to the hospital. According to KHOU, surveillance video recorded in a Houston home on Tuesday shows Pete Jesse Rodriguez “tracking” the 14-year-old boy’s…

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