Tag: gun control

Blog Posts (3)

October 24, 2016

Suppression of Necessary Gun Violence Research

STUDENT VOICES | CHYNN PRIZE SECOND-PLACE WINNER By Colette Berg Late in July 2015, my mother asked a surgeon friend of hers his opinion on gun control. He shook his head sadly and said, “I’ve operated on good guys shot … Continue reading
March 11, 2016

Ethics & Society Newsfeed: March 11

Europe’s Latest Proposal for the Refugee Crisis Adam Chandler looks at discussions and the possibility of new limitations on immigration in Turkey. He examines the concerns of human rights groups on the matter. The Government Is Secretly Huddling With Companies … Continue reading
January 14, 2014

In Guns We Trust

by Craig Klugman, Ph.D.

In a Florida movie theater a father was texting his daughter. Admittedly this action is annoying: You are in a dark theater engaged in a film and suddenly blinded by this little bright light.…

News (1)

May 8, 2013 2:15 pm

Reports show gun homicides down steeply since 1993 peak, further fueling Congress’ gun debate

Gun homicides have dropped steeply in the United States since their 1993 peak, a pair of reports released Tuesday showed, adding fuel to Congress’ battle over whether to tighten restrictions on firearms.