gun violence



Result of gun free zones and gun restriction legislation

A deep look at mass shootings and gun control facts

The logic is therefore, if a firearm looks menacing it should be banned to enhance public safety. Given these actions, addressing the look of a firearm and mere possession as well as the broadest classifications of firearms and documentation of ownership, has the public become safer? No. Empirically, the only answer is no.





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Is the FBI stacking the deck on gun violence and mass shooting stats?

Update – as predicted, as of this repost, there is no major news media outlet that we are aware of that have reviewed/noted or even acknowledged that statistics for mass shootings exist since 1980. Also, none of the major media questioned why the FBI presented the data with the odd timeframe, or the short-term trend figures isolated from the long-term reduction in mass shootings. Historically, the time period of the recent FBI mass shootings report indicates a reduction on a per incident and per person injured/killed basis versus the average.


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