Tag Archives: Gun Control

Trayvon

I am disheartened by the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case. I recognize the vagaries of our criminal justice system. As often as not, it is about legal wording, the lawyers, and semantics as it is about justice. Could George … Continue reading

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Maybe

It looks like we are going to get a vote on gun safety measures in the Senate. That is a good thing. At least they have put away the filibustering sidestep. A vote in the Senate isn’t a law. A … Continue reading

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Newtown

A child lets fly, and our babies sleep, and moments later a nation weeps. The cowards shout and clutch their tools, while the strong stand up, decrying the fools. The sky won’t fall if we change our ways. It is … Continue reading

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Their Way or No Way

Remember Gabby Giffords, you know, that representative that was shot in the head in Tucson, Arizona? She is a strong supporter of gun safety measures. So is her husband, Mark Kelly. They are both gun owners. That’s right. Two proud … Continue reading

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The Struggle Continues

It would seem that the pressure for gun safety or gun control laws that grew out of the Newtown experience is losing ground. Harry Reid will not include Dianne Feinstein’s Assault Weapons ban in the Senate bill. The Ryan House … Continue reading

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