On Monday, Lisa Marie Pane of the Associated Press refreshingly filed a positive report on gun ownership, which detailed how a National Guard veteran trains her fellow African American women to use firearms in self defense. Pane spotlighted how "Marchelle Tigner is on a mission: to train at least 1 million women how to shoot a firearm." She also noted that "Pew surveys in recent years have shown a growing acceptance of firearms among African-Americans."


The NRA has been firing back at false accusations made by the Washington Post including one that claimed the gun-rights advocate had illegal ties to Russia (Fake News). In a video released last week, Grant Stinchfield at NRA-TV suggested that the disgraced publication's motto should be, "Journalism Dies at the Washington Post," instead of, "Journalism Dies in Darkness." He called out the violence of the left and the lies told by the media.


As all the major news networks this week have highlighted the tragic case of Minnesota bride-to-be Justine Damond being shot to death by a police officer, far-left News One Now host Roland Martin -- who sometimes appears on MSNBC -- has conspicuously given no attention to the story even while continuing to update viewers on high-profile cases of blacks being killed by the police.


When only one side of a controversial public policy issue is presented, you know you're watching propaganda, not news. This is exactly what Univision pushes out, as part of its ongoing effort to smear lawful gun owners.


El mayor ente mediático de habla hispana en los Estados Unidos persiste en difamar a los dueños y portadores legales de armas de fuego. Esta vez, Univision se unió al resto de la prensa estáblishment en su tergiversación crasa de un video reciente de la Asociación Nacional del Rifle (NRA, por sus siglas en inglés), en el cual su portavoz nacional Dana Loesch denuncia la violencia de la izquierda.


The nation's largest Spanish-language media outlet continues to smear lawful gun owners. This time, Univision joined the rest of the establishment media's gross mischaracterization of a recent video released by the National Rifle Association.


Howard Dean appeared on Monday’s MSNBC Live with Katy Tur and went on an unhinged rant against the state of American politics. He began by first stating that, “the right has been out of step with America for a long time.” This naturally prompted the question by Tur as to why Republicans then control the presidency and Congress. Dean answered by labeling far-right Trump voters as people “with guns that want to shoot up the place” and the NRA as a “white supremacist organization.”


Volvió a pasar...esta vez, en una mañana cálida en un terreno de béisbol en Alexandria, Virginia. Un simpatizante desquiciado de bernie Sanders decidió abrir fuego contra un grupo de congresistas republicanos, dejando a varias personas gravemente heridas. Y el presentador Jorge Ramos no perdió tiempo en lanzar otra diatriba a favor del control de armas.


In the wake of an unhinged liberal trying to murder conservative congressmen, Hollywood is somehow smearing the National Rifle Association as violent “terrorists.” A famous director and actor both trashed the organization after it forcefully denounced the left. Regarding a Dana Loesch-narrated NRA video, Avengers director Joss Whedon sneered, “A terrorist recruitment video the whole FAMILY can watch!”  


One of the more annoying aspects of establishment press news coverage is how willing so many journalists are to accept obviously bogus statistics. One recent example was seen on June 20 at the Washington Post. At its Wonkblog, Christopher Ingraham (and presumably his editors) blindly accepted a statistic on children's exposure to violence which anyone in touch with the real world should have recognized as obviously wrong, namely that 1 out of 24 children "witnessed a shooting" in the past year.


It happened again...this time, on a warm summer morning at a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia. A deranged Bernie Sanders supporter took it upon himself to open fire upon Republican members of Congress, leaving several severely wounded in his wake. And Univision anchor Jorge Ramos wasted no time in reeling off yet another screed in support of gun control.


In the wake of the tragic and disturbing shooting of Congressman Steve Scalise, many would be driven to consider the implications of their political rhetoric and to heed bipartisan calls for unity and de-escalation. The Young Turks were not so moved.