“I do hear very many people saying, ‘Oh, we need a gun; we can’t rely on anybody; we need to be able to protect ourselves.’”
In response to synagogue shootings across the country, “it’s a necessity now,” the rabbi said.
Mayor Bill Peduto already said he would sign the gun-control and anti-violence bills.
Florida has an improbable new “farmer-in-chief,” a 40-year-old Miami-raised Jewish lawyer.
If we are going to solve our gun violence epidemic, we were going to need a small army of fighters, and America is finally starting to realize this.
“Do you have any idea how many bullets I pull out of corpses weekly? This isn’t just my lane. It’s my f— highway.”
Karlie Kloss says thoughts and prayers belong in the ballot box.
The Jewish owner of a gun shop in Colorado has offered to give rabbis semi-automatic rifles for free following the murder of 11 worshippers at th
“Shul has to be a safe place,” one Pittsburgh resident said. But, he acknowledged, “Even to have armed guards in front of a shul is uncomfortable.”
“Together we can put an end to the gun violence epidemic in America.”