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Lawmaker Whose Son Survived School Shooting: Arm Teachers
Gun Control: A Case Study in How Money Has Changed Our Political System
Cartoonist and blogger
In spite of what the National Rifle Association says, the majority of Americans favor tighter gun control legislation. The hold-up in the Senate represents a failure of our democratic process.
Should Teachers Pack Heat?
School Employee Accidentally Shot During District-Sponsored Gun Class
Alana Horowitz Satlin
Education Secretary Duncan: Teachers Don't Want To Work In 'Armed Camps'
GOP Plan: 'A Recipe For Disaster'
18 States Already Allow Guns In Schools With Few Restrictions
Attention Teachers: Would Looser Gun Laws Make You Quit Your Job?
In the Instant: Guns and the Irrational Perception of Risk
Michael J. O'Neil
President, O'Neil Associates Public Opinion Research and Host ...
That image of a home intruder
terrifying. Many people arm themselves in response to it, ignoring clear data that weapons at home put the armed homeowner and his family at far greater risk of injury from a momentarily furious spouse or a curious child.
Thoughts From 'A Good Guy With a Gun'
Father, son, writer, artist, therapist
As someone who has worked in K-12 schools and colleges for a quarter century, let me suggest a few reasons why bringing my gun to school is not the answer to gun violence in America.
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Gun Advocate Calls For Armed Teachers, Janitors In Illinois Schools
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