Stop the Killing Now! Click Here

Sign this petition restricting access to guns.

Our condolences

 

For the Lives Lost at Sandy Hook – We remember:

Charlotte, Daniel, Rachel, Olivia, Josephine, Ana, Dylan, Dawn, Madeline, Catherine, Chase, Jessie, James, Grace, Anne Marie, Emilie, Jack, Noah, Caroline, Jessica, Avielle, Lauren, Mary, Victoria, Benjamin, Allison

 

No More Sacrificing Lives For Gun Control.

How many more have to die before we change these laws?

Why an automatic weapon has any place in our society is beyond comprehension?

We need to get rid of these guns that threaten our safety.

We have to keep this dialogue going and not let this tragedy fade — we need to take action.

 

Sandy-Hook-Victims

Things you can do:

  1. CLICK HERE TO SIGN THE PETITION demanding that Congress and the President act.
  2. This week CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATORS and talk to them about the tragedy and how we need an action plan NOW.

Other ways to help online:

 

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Felice Shapiro loves figuring out what's next. As a serial entrepreneur in the publishing space, she launched BA50 to meet the needs of women entering their next phase. So -- What’s Next after empty nesting? Inspired and armed with her love of publishing, start-ups and women’s issues, Shapiro set out to establish an online magazine for 50-something women to share personal stories, successes and relevant issues. In November 2011, Shapiro launched Betterafter50.com (BA50). Shapiro has published work from hundreds of writers, more than 2500 articles, on topics of health, sex, start-ups, dating, adult children aging parents, finance and more. This online platform has an exploding readership doubling on itself almost every month. As a woman who practices what she teaches, Felice is thrilled to have created the ultimate go-to site for mid-life women. Felice Blog appears every week on betterafter50.com 

  4 comments for “Stop the Killing Now! Click Here

  1. Helene Bludman
    December 18, 2012 at 8:57 pm

    If any good can come from this horrific tragedy, it will be our collective voices to effect a change in gun laws.

  2. December 23, 2012 at 1:13 am

    I am very discusted, as bad as the shotting is, about the way people are saying guns are bad. A GUN DID NOT KILL those dear people the BOY pulleg the trigger and did the killing by himself! Moreover, the mother is very responsible as well as her X husband for the boy having those gun(s) in the first place. The mother knew her sons mental condition and those guns should have been LOCKED_UP in a GUN VAULT out of harms way. If I were city officials I would go after the X husband(more than likely a dead-beat) because he is responsible too. But what can we expect with the trash that is on the TV, Radio, Silver Screen, and last but surely not the leas the blessed internet which is probably the worst. We as a society are now definitely REAPING what has been allowed over these media for the last fifty to sixty years!!! And now I fear what is so sad this is just the beginnings- a drop in the bucket(ocean). What comes across these media these days is not the “Freedom of Speach” but in more and more cases it is vulgarity and mocking God at its best. Vulgarity is NOT freedom of speech know matter how you may like to slice it. I only hope something is done about it soon at the supreme court level or we will be in much trouble as a society- really as a world. We may think nothing is wrong because we can spend tons of money building hugh football stadiums and race tracks but take note people look around at what is really happening— ARE WE??? From: TRC

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