If it isn't the right time, as Republicans are saying about discussing some limits on guns in the U.S., then when is the right time? We discuss changes in laws after a drunk driver kills someone. We discuss sprinklers in buildings after a fatal fire. So why not discuss protecting innocent Americans after a mass shooting?
Two-thirds of gun deaths are suicides. One in 5 young men die at the hands of other young men, mostly gangs. More people were killed in these ways than in mass-shootings. Data shows that the proposed gun restrictions wouldn’t make a significant difference. Look at Chicago. Its people, not guns.
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