We should rightly recognize when newcomers perpetrate harm, without holding disdain for those who share our values.
Progressives will blame tragedies like the Las Vegas massacre on anything but human nature, and in the process make arguments rooted in bigotry.
Newsweek recently published an article titled: ‘Was Stephen Paddock Normal? Many Gun Owners Keep 17 Firearms on Average.’ It’s based on a study that is all wrong.
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.
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.
The argument is that American society is and always has been a terrorist white supremacist enterprise.
Liberals are using the Las Vegas atrocity to encourage federal gun control, but their real problem is with the Second Amendment.
Nick Kristof offers eight ideas to alleviate mass shootings. All of them would make it harder for law-abiding citizens to own guns. None would stop mass shootings.
Many can’t ‘put politics aside’ in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre because we’re so divided that everything is political now, and that’s dangerous.
There are two kinds of social media reactions to horrifying events such as the Las Vegas shooting. One of them makes debate impossible.
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