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75% of Stories Ignore Law That Might Derail Newtown Gun Suit

Networks overlook 2005 law that limits lawsuits against gun manufacturers.
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Newtown Amnesia in Hollywood

The FX show "Sons of Anarchy" premiered with a school shooting, two rapes and a man drowning in a bathtub of urine. Then the show’s creator claimed "We didn’t do it for shock."
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The Liberal Media's Top 10 Worst Anti-Gun Moments of the Year

Ever since the tragic Newtown school shooting the media anti-gun crusade. On the Big Three networks (ABC, CBS, NBC) reporters slanted their initial post-Newtown stories against gun rights by an 8 ...
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Michael Moore Calls for Ban of Semiautomatic Guns

Lefty director: ‘Americans believe it’s OK to kill people.’
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‘Gangster Squad,’ ‘Expendables’, ‘Chainsaw’: Hollywood’s Violent Hypocrisy

New noire flick and others call into question stars’ gun control advocacy.  
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Ten Outrageous Anti-Gun ’Journalists’

Media push agenda against 2nd Amendment while masquerading as objective.
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New York Times' Helene Cooper: Choose Between 2nd Amendment Rights or 'Kids [Being] Safe' at School

New York Times White House reporter Helene Cooper: "And if killing, you know, twenty 5- to 10-year-olds doesn't do it for this country, then than means the other conversation we should be ...
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NYT Aggressively Pushing Gun Control in Massacre Coverage, Promises More to Come

The Times aggressively promoted Democrats exploiting the massacre to push for gun control legislation. "Democrats seemed to be hoping to seize on the momentum from the shooting, in which 20 ...
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New York Times' Massacre Coverage Permeated With Calls for Gun Control

The New York Times wasted no time in politicizing Friday's massacre at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. Calls for legislation permeating the paper's weekend coverage of the ...
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