Hey, you guys! How is your week going? Would you have sex with Vince Vaughn, the proud owner of (1) delicate nose and one (1) closet full of semi-automatic weapons? Read more...
As we reported on Monday, actor Vince Vaughn told GQ magazine that he was a firm believer in our Second Amendment rights and even said that there should be guns
Vince Vaughn is a gutsy guy.
Here's an example of how extremism gets wrapped in a package and put in the mainstream. First, Fox News packages Gun Owners of America's Larry Pratt as just the executive director of another non-profit organization representing people...Show More Summary
The co-hosts of Fox News Channel’s The Five began Tuesday’s show with discussion of actor Vince Vaughn’s recent comments in support of gun rights and grew rather heated when first-time co-host Geraldo Rivera compared Vaughn to Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. Show More Summary
From the June 2 edition of Fox News' The Five: Previously: UPDATED: 16 Media Myths About Proposals To Strengthen Gun Laws Conservative Media Applaud Vince Vaughn For Pushing Debunked Right-Wing Talking Point On Guns Fox & Friends Hosts Gun Extremist Who Thinks Politicians Should Fear Being Shot To Defend Vince Vaughn
After actor Vince Vaughn declared himself to be an ardent supporter of the Second Amendment in a recent interview with British GQ, only Tuesday’s NBC Today took notice of the celebrity’s conservative stance – and only for a brief 30 seconds. ABC and CBS completely ignored the story. Even ABC’s Good Morning America, usually obsessed with pop culture, skipped the news.
Fox News hosted Larry Pratt, the leader of far-right group Gun Owners of America, to defend actor Vince Vaughn's recent comments on the Second Amendment, even though Pratt has repeatedly said politicians who support gun safety laws should...Show More Summary
Vince Vaughn supports gun rights and guns in school. The45-year-old True Detective star also stated that banning guns from school campuses makes as much sense as “banishing forks” to stop making people fat.” Vaughn made comments about school safety as he defended his Second Amendment right to own a gun during a recent magazine interview. Show More Summary
This week actor Vince Vaughn took a page out of NRA fearmonger-in-chief Wayne LaPierre's playbook, calling for more guns in U.S. schools to protect the nation's children from mass shootings. "Banning guns is like banning forks," Vaughn told British GQ. Vaughn's timing was unfortunate. Today, June 2nd, is National Gun Violence...
Vince Vaughn shelled out some strong and surprising thoughts on gun ownership and advocacy, saying, "I support people having a gun in public full stop." In an interview published Monday in British GQ, the "True Detective" star spoke at length about gun control. Show More Summary
Is there no schlubby, dark-haired comedian known for playing man-children while plumbing the depths of box-office-friendly buffoonery left to whom we can look for moral leadership? First, Adam Sandler offends Native Americans on the set of The Ridiculous Six. And now, Vince Vaughn has made controversial comments about guns. … Read More
"I support people having a gun in public, not just in your home."
I don't know why it is, but I always feel a little extra bummed when an actor in a show I like turns out to be a real-life jerk. Oh well, I'm over it, and also over True Detective star Vince Vaughn, who is auditioning to become the next...Show More Summary
Actor Vince Vaughn is a libertarian and not shy about voicing his opinion, which is usually counter to the liberal mantra of Hollywood, on...
In a new interview, "True Detective" star Vince Vaughn asserts gun ownership rights, and says they should be OK to have in schools.
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Vince Vaughn chose an unusual place to air some forthright pro-gun and libertarian views: The British version of GQ. In a preview of an interview to be released in the magazine's next issue, the True Detective star strongly defends Second Amendment rights and says guns should definitely be allowed in...
IT’S ALWAYS NICE TO SEE AN ACTOR WHO ISN’T AN IDIOT: Vince Vaughn Thinks That Guns Should Be Allowed In School.
The actor says banning guns doesn’t work—it’s like ‘banning forks in an attempt to stop making people fat.’ But anyone surprised at his comments hasn’t been paying attention.