Michael Carley asks if there’s ever going to be a good time to talk about gun control, because there seem to be more distractions and excuses than conversations.
Matt Sweetwood won a landmark Supreme Court case regarding gun rights. He recently wrote a 6-point plan to curtail gun violence. Much to his frustration, he found that neither side on the issue wanted to listen. He tries again.
Mike Kasdan is treating José Canseco’s gun accident as an opportunity to talk about gun control and the disturbing statistics on gun-related injuries.
Jennifer Weiss-Wolf asks why a school would embrace images of kids with guns as normal . . . while deeming girls baring arms, or legs, or shoulders a punishable offense.
We need to talk about this alarming new children’s book.
Lost to America is the ability to compromise, which once made us the greatest of nations. Doug Zeigler wonders if we can ever regain the empathy for others that we once revered.
Guns Don’t Kill People, Gun Culture Does
Anthony Luiz believes in his right to be a responsible gun owner, and is angry at all of the idiots treating guns irresponsibly in the name of the Second Amendment.
Are threats and intimidation the M.O. of gun rights activists? Chris Hicke delves into one of the more divisive topics facing our nation today.
Start the Conversation: Law Enforcement Should Not Be Able to Carry Guns Into a State Capitol Building
Politics Editor Paul Blest thinks the current conversation about guns is disingenuous. It’s time to change that.
An Oklahoma state senator recently reported 40 state sheriffs lobbying in Oklahoma. Contributor Michael Amity thinks that’s morally reprehensible.
Killing a man in the United States is faster and easier than ordering fast food at a drive-thru.