The incident left him too traumatized to record for nearly two years.
The NRA's Chris Cox raised fears of a gunless America, but Hillary Clinton has never said she'd take away guns.
A subtle change could have major consequences.
It's time for Facebook to finally step up and make a change, or admit that it's not truly interested in building a social network that champions diversity, safety, and creative expression. And if that's the case, it's time for us as users to walk away and build something new.
Facebook's policy disproportionately affects certain categories of users, and whether intentional or not, that's discriminatory as well as dangerous for many. So, Zuck, let's cut through the confusion and make things perfectly clear: it's time for Facebook to be accountable to its community and delete this policy once and for all.
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The National Rifle Association is walking back its recent criticism of pro-gun activists in Texas, apologizing to protesters for the "confusion" over the powerful gun lobby's position on open carry of firearms.
"It's a distraction," Cox said during an interview with an NRA radio show. "There was some confusion, we apologize, again
You've no doubt heard that this doesn't happen in countries like Japan, Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada where the gun rules are strict and lives are saved. But here the cycle of death, denial, resistance and madness goes on.
Cox told CBS that he isn't motivated by political reasons, but felt obligated to help before veterans arrive in DC for this