It's been four months since Sandy Hook Elementary experienced a horrific massacre, and while everyone affected by the tragedy is still healing, offensive tackle David Diehl and his New York Giants headed to Newtown, Connecticut to spend a day with the children who were affected by the horrible event.
Just about 20 players got on a bus and went to Newtown to not only entertain children from Sandy Hook, but also to get together with kiddies from other elementary schools nearby.
President Barack Obama spoke to the nation from the White House Rose Garden just minutes ago, but there was nothing rosy about his words or demeanor!
The U.S. Senate rejected gun legislation this afternoon that 90% of the American people supported and the Prez is FUMING mad!!!
The Manchin-Toomey bill was a modest proposal to amp up background checks at gun shows and on the internet, but the vote failed 54-46.
In what was very far from a concession speech, Mr. Obama assured his country that he would continue fighting against the wreckless sale of firearms and that this miscarriage of democracy should not be forgotten by the voters come Congressional re-election time!
Unafraid to point fingers, he says the gun lobby "willfully lied" to the American people and he shamed
It wasn't enough that Newtown, Conn. had to go through the TERRIBLE tragedy that has left many with a broken hearts that will probably never be repaired, but now the crowd funding site, Indiegogo is forking over some cash to film a movie dubbed, Illness.
Even though the flick is supposedly not directly related to the Sandy Hook shootings, it will have an underlying plot about the unfortunate event that happened at the school.
It's been a month since Sandy Hook Elementary suffered their horrific tragedy, which left 20 kids and six adults dead… and to pay a tribute to the fallen angels, the students recorded Judy Garland's Somewhere Over The Rainbow.