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In this letter, Senator Jeff Flake told shooting victim’s mother he supported background checks. Then he voted against them.
Gun violence victims detained, put through background check for yelling ‘shame on you’ at senators
While many factors contribute to the rates of gun violence in any state, our research clearly demonstrates a significant correlation between the strength of a state’s gun laws and the prevalence of gun violence in the state. Across the key indicators of gun violence that we analyzed, the 10 states with the weakest gun laws collectively have a level of gun violence that is more than twice as high—104 percent higher—than the 10 states with the strongest gun laws.
We tell gun owners, there’s a time to hunt deer. And the next election is the time to hunt Democrats.
The head of a gun organization chooses the absolute worst symbolism.
It’s not every day you see 20 bishops marching in the snow down Pennsylvania Avenue. Here is why they’re marching.
Like this city in Georgia.
Today in uncomfortable: A Virginia pizza shop offers a discount to anyone who carries a gun.
Photo Credit: Amanda Lucier / The Virginian-Pilot
(or why closing the gun show loophole isn’t enough)
Have you heard of any of these arguments against gun regulation? Find out how to debunk each and every one.
- “Assault weapon” is a meangingless term
- The last assault weapons ban failed
- Assault weapons don’t kill many people
- Deaths went down after the ban expired
- How can background checks stop killings
- Are background checks unfair
- High-capacity magazines don’t assist in mass killings
- People need high-capacity magazines to defend themselves
- The ban on high-capacity magazines failed
- More guns = less crime
- Why do gun-regulating cities have more crime?
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