'[C]alls for caution stimulated sales. Buyers feared that restrictive laws would prevent access to the arms market.'
[I]t remains very controversial and is considered ineffective, even dangerous, by advocates of tighter gun control.
Since Jan. 1, 2018, more than 11,980 people have lost their lives, and 23,332 more have been injured, in gun violence in the United States.
One year after the emotion, however, America has not done any self-examination. The shootings have continued every week.
To be sure, he professes to appeal to the unity of U.S. citizens, but in fact, evokes the exact opposite.
<i>A year after the bloodbath in Las Vegas, states in the U.S. made their weapons legislation both more strict and more flexible. The midterms will be decisive. </i>
Within 24 hours, the blood banks in Las Vegas had enough in stock to help the several hundred wounded. Later, doctors offered to help with scars for [Read more]
If faltering finances are any indication, gun owners are letting their money do the talking about the NRA’s extremist policy positions.