We don’t necessarily need to round up every gun in circulation. That’s unreasonable. It’s not going to happen. But we can do a lot more to keep powerful weapons out of the hands who will use them to kill innocent people.
- How we deflect from guns
- Why we scapegoat video games for mass violence and why it’s a mistake – The Washington Post
- Video games don’t cause mass shootings. But gamer culture encourages hate. – The Washington Post
“Video games do not create mass killers, but they invite people with terrible ideas, including white supremacy, to congregate.”
- Mass shootings aren’t growing more common – and evidence contradicts common stereotypes about the killers
Surprises: Not as many white guys as you might think, not growing. Not surprising: Not linked to video games, dubious link to garden-variety mental issues
- Facts and myths
- America’s unique gun violence problem, explained in 17 maps and charts – Vox
- Gun control: Data suggest guns do in fact kill people | The Economist
- Christchurch attacks: New Zealand brings in sweeping gun-law changes | World news | The Guardian
- The Simple Truth About Gun Control | The New Yorker
- Requisitos legales para enviar Armas, Cartuchería, Pólvora y Pistones
- What America’s gun fanatics won’t tell you – MarketWatch
- Opinion | Kenosha Tells Us More About Where the Right Is Headed Than the R.N.C. Did
- How the ‘good guy with a gun’ became a deadly American fantasy
- Second Amendment myths
- Tide turning
- Jason Alexander’s amazing gun rant – Salon.com
- NSSF | Real Solutions. Safer Communities.
Not bad, but it doesn’t do anything about assault rifles or any weapon of mass shootings. And it won’t, because they represent manufacturers.
- How Americans are supporting gun control in the wake of mass shootings like El Paso – The Washington Post
“Rep. Mike Turner, a Republican who represents Dayton in Congress and has a 93 percent rating from the NRA, called Tuesday for an assault weapons ban.”