Today, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s gun “safety” organization, Everytown, will begin surveying all federal candidates in the upcoming midterm election. The questionnaire results will determine which candidates Everytown will back in the November midterms based on how they vote on gun-related issues.
Liberal bias at America’s universities is on display more than ever during this year’s commencement season. Last week, 538’s Harry Enten researched the guest commencement speakers at the top universities and colleges across the nation, and he found no clearly aligned conservative speaker.
Last week Michael Bloomberg launched his latest $50 million gun control effort under the new name Everytown.
Here we go again. Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced today he will be dumping $50 million into a new gun "safety" organization and campaign.
Mayors once parts of former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Mayors Against Illegal Guns [MAIG] continue to leave the organization in droves, citing attacks on the Second Amendment and law abiding citizens as reason for exiting.
Dana Loesch, mother of two, nationally syndicated radio host and host of Dana on The Blaze network, will guest co-host The View today on ABC.
Nearly two-dozen members of Michael Bloomberg's Mayors Against Illegal Guns lost reelection earlier this week, delivering another blow to the anti-gun group that has been losing members at a ?rapid pace for more than year.
Earlier this week we learned of NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg's $1.1 million anti-gun advertisement buy for Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuillife.
Grassroots activists in Colorado took home a Second Amendment victory Tuesday night after efforts to recall State Senator John Morse over gun control votes earlier this year proved successful.
Well well, look who Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Virginia, recently met with.
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