San Bernardino: Tomorrow We Fight for Them
At least 14 people were killed Wednesday in San Bernardino, the deadliest mass shooting since Sandy Hook.
Details are emerging. So is our heartbreak, so is our outrage.
This happens too often. There are common-sense steps we can take to stop this from becoming the new normal. We may not stop all gun violence, but shame on us if we don't try.
So if you're angry, if you're fed up, if you agree there's more we can do, then join this movement using the form on this page.
The bigger and louder this movement gets, the greater our power -- power to break the gun lobby's stranglehold on our nation's laws, power to throw out politicians who fail to lead, and power to set a new course for this country.