Category Archives: Gun Reform

Why Guns Don’t Belong in Classrooms

In the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas tragedy, one of the solutions floated to address gun violence in schools was to train and arm teachers. In November 2017, the New York times published these two charts in an article … Continue reading

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You, me, and 15 others = 17

The second amendment is so frequently taken out of context.  The last 14 words read: “…the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” When James Madison wrote the Bill of Rights in 1789, America … Continue reading

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A family that shoots together stays together!

Family values is one of the core messages the NRA preaches to its members and supporters.  The NRA has created a culture that speaks to the very fabric that holds the NRA families together. By passing their gun rights agenda … Continue reading

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