A commentary on guns and the souls of men.
Imagine if all guns, like some smartphones and cars, were equipped with biometric fingerprint security, making them usable only by its the registered owner.
Matt Sweetwood agrees on the middle ground approach the President took on gun control. He wishes it had been more alliance building than partisan, however.
What are the implications of students carrying concealed weapons on the grounds of Liberty, and on institutions of “higher learning” throughout the United States? Dr. Warren J Blumenfeld counts some of the ways.
John Kinear has grown up with guns. He has a question for you in light of all the recent gun violence. He hopes you have an answer for him.
When is enough, enough? Warren J Blumenfeld asks the tough questions about gun control.
What will it take for us to cease fighting insanity with insanity for the “freedom to bear arms”?
Thomas Fiffer doesn’t want to read your impassioned Facebook posts about the latest mass shooting in San Bernardino.
This morning’s carnage in California offers yet another sad reminder that current solutions are not working.
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.
When compared to the numbers”GUNS SAVE LIVES” is Orwellian double speak. We need proposals for common sense gun control.
We need reevaluate the political right’s obsession with the so-called “freedom” to bear arms because it is not only “criminals who kill people.”
Who is the boy inside the man holding the gun?
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.