One year after the emotion, however, America has not done any self-examination. The shootings have continued every week.
Will the multiplying massacres begin to act on Americans’ conscience?
'You cannot make a gun owner believe that he is the Parkland shooter. Because he isn’t. And let’s face it, somewhere, deep in your heart, you think he is.'
Donald Trump seems to have trouble remembering on his own that he should empathize with the victims of violent acts.
The atmosphere was heavy and the testimonies poignant. For over an hour on Wednesday, Feb. 21 at the White House, during a meeting organized one week after the shooting that left 17 dead in a high [Read more]
<i>The U.S. is starting to take concrete measures to avoid more murders</i>
The death of students and teachers at a school in Parkland, Florida may be the straw that breaks the camel's back regarding the leniency of American gun legislation in the acquisition and sale of firearms.
Two major companies, both of [Read more]
"This shooting is different from the other ones," a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School told The New York Times. "I just have a gut feeling — something is going to change."
For now, that "something" boils down to President Donald Trump's very vague, very insufficient promise to ban "bump stocks," [Read more]
Eventually some school shooting is going to be the last. Even in America.
The industry and its lobbyists have repeatedly exploited the original sin of fear to advance aggressive pro-gun agendas.