Here’s a selection of stories from the early portion of this week’s program:
–A gunman carrying a rifle and handgun killed 4 people and wounded others Wednesday at a Tulsa medical building on a hospital campus.
–A man shot and killed two females and then killed himself in a parking lot outside the Ames Cornerstone Church in Iowa.
–Two people were shot yesterday at a cemetery in Racine, Wisconsin, while a family was mourning the loss of a loved one.
–Police said a woman who was lawfully carrying a pistol shot and killed a man who began shooting at a crowd of people Wednesday evening in Charleston, West
–In a speech last evening, President Biden said the 2nd Amendment is not absolute.
–The gun control package by the House Democrats identifies high-capacity magazines as holding 10 rounds or more. This new limit on ammunition clips is part of a six piece gun control package.
–Representative Mondaire Jones said Thursday Democrats will abolish the Senate filibuster and pack the Supreme Court in order to pass more restrictions on guns.
–Evangelist Franklin Graham blames America’s abandonment of God and its embrace of violent entertainment for shootings.
–New York Governor Kathy Hochul joined with state assembly leaders to announce 10 new gun control bills in their state.
–A new poll shows that more Americans favor administrators and teachers being armed if they so choose.
–Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is expected to sign a bill approved by the state’s legislature that would allow school teachers and other school employees to carry a firearm as early as this fall.
–The California State Senate has passed a bill that would allow schools not to report threats or attacks against employees or officials to law enforcement despite the ongoing national shock and outrage over what took place in Uvalde, Texas.
–Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that their government was introducing legislation that would put a freeze on importing, buying or selling handguns.
–A 9 year old victim from Uvalde shared the Gospel on social media. Jim provided audio.
–President Biden issued a proclamation on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex pride month, 2022.
–The Marine Corps posted a photo on social media of rainbow colored bullets on a combat helmet.
–A Wisconsin couple won a legal battle Wednesday in their lawsuit alleging that their daughter’s school encouraged her to identify as a transgender over their wishes.