Mass shootings bring terror in ways that people watching from afar can only imagine. And yet, society at large is affected, a trauma psychiatrist writes.
How the younger generation will carry the torch of our founding fathers.
“A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” — Second Amendment, United States Constitution
With tragic school shootings rallying activists and now high schoolers across the country around the idea of strict gun control, you might be surprised to learn that some courts are actually loosening restrictions.
Most reasons for owning a gun are simplistic, but not all of them.
The Daily Brief Honors Richard Goodwin’s Passing
Is the right to bear arms as American as baseball, apple pie, and racism?
The history of government support for the industry shows Americans have more sway than they think.
Why do we have the Second Amendment? It’s not to shoot deer.
To stand down or stand your ground for Second Amendment rights?
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.