'[C]alls for caution stimulated sales. Buyers feared that restrictive laws would prevent access to the arms market.'
One year after the emotion, however, America has not done any self-examination. The shootings have continued every week.
If faltering finances are any indication, gun owners are letting their money do the talking about the NRA’s extremist policy positions.
When will this end? The answer should be now. Any other way would be playing into the hands of mass murderers known as the National Rifle Association.
Trump may also be aware that this year he needs the support of gun owners more than ever if he wants to secure the majority in Congress.
[S]o much of the absurd defense of the Second Amendment to the Constitution has become a matter of big money.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of American politicians are deeply beholden to the gun lobby and won’t willingly renounce it unless a greater power arises to replace the lifeline it represents to them.
The voices of the youth who call for gun control are growing stronger.