The mere fact of an emerging consensus on the proposal that we rethink our national aversion to inpatient psychiatric care is profound, given the polarization of our time.
When 72 percent of Americans say ‘traditional major news sources report news they know to be fake, false or purposely misleading,’ responding to a mass shooting by promulgating knowingly false narratives is not okay.
Just two days after the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting, and before any bodies of the dead were laid to rest, Arne Duncan and Rahm Emanuel talked political leverage.
To help reduce crime, we must discuss gun owners’ responsibilities that come with the exercise of our Second Amendment rights.
Take away all the guns and we will simply see death by other means until we address the real issue: Our culture has become toxic.
Obama education secretary Arne Duncan wants to know: ‘What if no children went to school until gun laws changed to keep them safe?’
Before 1995, states let teachers carry concealed handguns at school. Research was unable to find a single instance when faculty improperly used a permitted handgun at school.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott joined in: ‘We need to do more than just pray for the victims and the families…[but] step up and make sure this tragedy is never repeated.’
You need to listen to this song and watch this music video, because it’s a cultural moment that cannot be avoided.
Many Americans think our permissive gun laws beget carnage. The question this faction seems unable to answer is how any good person could disagree.
After I thought about it, I realized the question of whether reducing guns in a society will lead to fewer murders is a testable hypothesis.
Gun control advocates rarely state their views so bluntly, but they think Second Amendment rights should be sacrificed solely to assuage their fears.
Every school shooting has two factors in common: guns and a violent person. So, let’s pretend we can get rid of one and see how the other works on its own.
If you ban all abortion, then nobody is legally killed by abortion. If you ban all guns, it doesn’t mean no one is legally killed by guns (since that has never been legal).
An attorney and former sniper team leader for the U.S. Army explains why 10 of the most common gun control arguments don’t make sense.
The guns and school violence conversation needs to happen at the local level to have any chance of effectively keeping kids safe in school.
Every Christian sitting in a pew on Sunday morning is also a father, son, neighbor, or citizen, and we all have the responsibilities and authorities that go with those vocations.
Far from being monsters, or the new KKK, the National Rifle Association empowered my family to reclaim its sense of security.
In explaining his flip-flop on gun control, Joe Scarborough has failed to highlight that he went from being accountable to voters to being accountable to Comcast and MSNBC viewers.
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