It’s a lot easier to police good people than bad ones. That’s why police wait around while shootings occur and want to take law-abiding citizens’ guns instead of to go after criminals.
Everyone had guns, but there were no school shootings. No movie theater massacres. No mass casualties caused by deranged and angry teenagers. But how could this be?
Any discussion of the mass shooting crisis must include the cultural rot of masculinity. The problem is not with men, but with a culture that allows boys to remain boys well into adulthood.
Now is the time for neighbors, friends, and family to be more actively involved in creating a barrier between disturbed individuals and firearms.
In the wake of the Florida school shooting, are we willing to go beyond ritualized outrage and consider what it would cost to end school shootings?
Our job as adults is to help and protect kids who survive school shootings, not ask them to lead us at their own peril.
The universal hatred of human death is a unifying force. Let’s not use it to divide. Instead, let’s take some time to rejoice in common ground.
A life of total ‘security’ would be psychologically intolerable, and would expose us to the great evils of an overbearing government.
If gun control advocates ever want gun owners to come to the table, they need to stop mindless name-calling or risk further dividing the country and neutering their cause.
The best way to prevent future mass school shootings is to harden these soft targets by allowing licensed and trained teachers to carry firearms on campus.
When a troubled teen sees the chance to suddenly be elevated to a national platform, he may just take that opportunity.
Maleness is not the reason behind suicides, wars, bar fights, robberies, and every other social pathology that are pretty much the exclusive domain of men.
Empathy is a man picking up his gun and running towards a killer. It’s not sitting in safety shooting your mouth off into your phone, or at your TV audience.
After the Texas massacre on Sunday, Twitter has been abuzz with anti-Christian rhetoric. While some simply mocked prayer, others reached viler depths.
The chances of finding yourself in a mass shooting are minuscule. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have an inherent right to self defense.
While we have a moment of unity in our feelings of disgust and judgment upon the Las Vegas murderer, let’s engage our minds to make that common ground last.
Chuck Todd had a hard time accepting that Rep. Steve Scalise is unwilling to abandon his principles after being shot on a baseball field for holding those principles.
Anti-gun activists would like you to think that gun violence is a growing problem in the United States as alpha males flock to gun shows to buy weapons. False.
Without a known political or ideological motive, you simply can’t go around slapping the label on mass-murderers for the sake of political convenience.
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