Firearms and Violence: A Critical Review (2005)

For example, despite a large body of research, the committee found no credible evidence that the passage of right-to-carry laws decreases or increases violent crime, and there is almost no empirical evidence that the more than 80 prevention programs focused on gun-related violence have had any effect on children’s behavior, knowledge, attitudes, or beliefs about firearms.

17 years ago. And still, they come…

Not a nibble?

What can I say, I don’t believe our right to own firearms should be tied to or limited by what criminals do with guns to begin with. I shouldn’t lose my right to speak because lots of idiots say bad things.

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