How The Congressional Baseball Shooting Didn't Become The Deadliest Political Assassination In American History


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Roger Williams cannot enjoy fireworks on the Fourth of July anymore. The 68-year-old Texan is a longtime NRA member, but these days, he can’t hunt. Once, during…
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may 2018 by richirvine
Roger Williams cannot enjoy fireworks on the Fourth of July anymore. The 68-year-old Texan is a longtime NRA member, but these days, he can’t hunt. Once, during…
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may 2018 by ashaw
Roger Williams cannot enjoy fireworks on the Fourth of July anymore. The 68-year-old Texan is a longtime NRA member, but these days, he can’t hunt. Once, during…
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may 2018 by johnrclark
RT : The 9 Minutes That Almost Changed America — a visceral piece of reporting from and
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may 2018 by burritojustice
Roger Williams cannot enjoy fireworks on the Fourth of July anymore. The 68-year-old Texan is a longtime NRA member, but these days, he can’t hunt. Once, during…
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may 2018 by wahoo5
this is such strong reporting
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may 2018 by chris.corwin
Roger Williams cannot enjoy fireworks on the Fourth of July anymore. The 68-year-old Texan is a longtime NRA member, but these days, he can’t hunt. Once, during a congressional committee hearing, the chairman banged a gavel — clap — on the desk, and Roger Williams fell out of his seat. via Pocket
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may 2018 by drewcaldwell
Roger Williams cannot enjoy fireworks on the Fourth of July anymore. The 68-year-old Texan is a longtime NRA member, but these days, he can’t hunt. Once, during…
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may 2018 by kohlmannj
RT : You need to read this story.
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