Will the multiplying massacres begin to act on Americans’ conscience?
Are you familiar with the story of Wyatt Earp and the movie version? Probably so. It’s the most iconic shootout in the history of the American West. But in reality, that pistol fight at the O.K. Corral in October 1881 lasted 30 seconds and claimed only three lives. Many might say that such a shooting today wouldn’t [Read more]
All tribes claim their arms in the tribal shifting of our democracies.
If America, in the name of freedom to bear arms, wants to live and die this way, so be it.
How is it that the most powerful, supposedly the most democratic and most advanced country on the planet routinely accepts massacres and mass shootings?
How can a developed democracy almost willingly put its children in danger?
The new law forces one to assume that the public display of firearms in Texas will only encourage more shooting incidents and jeopardize citizens' security.
On Jan. 20, 2017, Barack Obama will leave the White House. He has one year left before the historians take it upon themselves to dissect his record and give him a place in the history books.
The last year in office of an American president is often difficult and frustrating. All eyes are on the presidential [Read more]
The San Bernardino shooting reopened the debate on gun control. But the research shows that this would not necessarily have a short-term impact.