After all this shootings we've seen where do you stand when it comes to gun control
I honestly don't think it would help because people who want guns bad enough will always find a way to get them. For example with the kids from Columbine, when they couldn't purchase their own, they got an older friend to do it. The young man from the most recent shooting used his mothers guns (she had recently took up shooting as a hobby). Not every one who owns and carry guns have permits for them. I can't see how passing a law would change any of that. That is just my opinion though.
by Mike Russo4 years ago
Today marks six months since the Sandy Hook shootings. Over 5,000 people have been killed by guns since then. http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_ … oting.htmlWhat are your thoughts?
by Mike Russo12 minutes ago
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the victims is not enough to stop these senseless killings.
by My Esoteric2 weeks ago
The following ideas would, I think, go a long way to REDUCE (not eliminate) mass killings in particular and death by gun overall.1. Heavily regulate ownership of any weapon classified as "semi-automatic",...
by Ralph Schwartz21 months ago
Until 1989, there were only a few school shootings in which more than two victims were killed. This was despite widespread ownership of — and familiarity with — weapons and an absence of “gun-free zones.” ...
by Christin Sander5 years ago
When is the right time to talk about gun control - NOT banning guns, but sensible controls?Why is it whenever the subject of gun control is brought up people get so hostile and angry about protecting guns at all costs?...
by Susan Holland4 years ago
Do you believe the horrific school shootings are being used as an excuse for gun control?Are there other factors that should be focused on to help prevent other tragedies? Parenting? Discipline? Positive and...
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