Like all Americans, I was horrified and angry about the Stoneman Douglas shooting. We all want to protect our schools but the focus on firearms will only lead to knee-jerk laws that criminalize and alienate millions of Americans, including some of my friends who are
“No more silence end gun violence,” is just one of the many chants that students and fellow supporters against gun violence were shouting nationwide in an effort to demand better gun control laws.
SF State students this morning staged a walkout in protest to recent gun
When mass shootings, especially school shootings, occur in the United States, gun advocates always blame the shooter’s mental issues while the opposing side chooses gun control laws as a solution.
Immediately after the mass shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Fl,
I believe in the United States Constitution. It has worked for more than 200 years, however, I also believe in gun control and common sense.
It is hard to read the news and see a three-year-old child find his mother’s gun in her glove box and
Welcome to the United States, home of beer, cheeseburgers, free speech and lots of guns. We also have an entire system of laws that protects our right to enjoy all four of these things.
Our founding fathers believed that a citizen’s right to bear arms was
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Andy Navarro, 23, San Jose resident and NRA member shoots his AR-15 style rifle that he built himself from parts at the Coyote Point shooting range in San Mateo, Calif. on Friday, Feb. 22 2013. Photo by Andy Sweet / Xpress"][/caption]