Category Archives: Gun Control

My Disappointments with President Trump and the Republican Congress

My Disappointments with President Trump and the Republican Congress I have been avoiding commenting on daily Trump mayhem, but to the extent this blog has any historical value, I want to record briefly some of the ways that Trump or … Continue reading

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Can Big Data Trace Gun Threats? Perhaps Easily.

Can Big Data Trace Gun Threats? Perhaps easily. Everyone knows that if they look at one tile site on the web, they will be getting tile ads for weeks and phone spam calls. Big Data knows who you are in … Continue reading

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Should Nevada Adopt Gun Laws to Protect Its Tourists, Not Its Gun Sales?

Should Nevada Adopt Gun Laws to Protect Its Tourists, Not Its Gun Sales? Nevada has some of the loosest gun laws in the country. State law allows open carry, but you need a permit to carry a concealed weapon. No … Continue reading

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Guns and Gun Culture Can Be the Sought-After Causes Themselves

Guns and Gun Culture Can Be the Sought After Causes Themselves   I am frustrated with Republicans who to a person avoid responsibility by saying we cannot discuss gun control, but must aid and comfort the victims. They also must … Continue reading

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A Crucial Time to Consider Gun Controls

A Crucial Time to Consider Gun Controls The GOP Congressional baseball practice shooting is a poignant time to reconsider our lack of reacting to tragic mass shootings.  Yes, I know that Republicans are using our sympathetic reactions to the shooting … Continue reading

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