Around 1,200 people, 200 of them children, were injured, mostly by glass that exploded into schools and workplaces, according to Russia’s Interior Ministry. Others suffered skull trauma and broken bones. No deaths were reported. A city administrator in Chelyabinsk said that more than a million square feet of glass shattered, leaving many buildings exposed to icy cold. Read more here.
Long lost Carl Sandburg poem focuses on power of the gun
A Thug is a Thug - With or Without a Gun
LA Times hides gun control commentary in an article about the Boston Terrorists buying snacks
New Missouri law allows schools to teach gun safety to first-graders
I am going to do EXACTLY what you said Mr. President!
Dianne Feinstein will keep going and going and going until she gets her Assault Weapons Ban