Posts Tagged homicide

Is Central America Coming Around?

It would seem that Panama, at least, is coming around to recognizing the inherent logical fallacy that underpins the bulk of modern gun control policies. The country is reportedly preparing to “lift the ban on firearm imports, in an effort to promote personal safety.” “Everything seems to indicate that there is no direct correlation in […]

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Homicide Is a Human Characteristic, Not a Uniquely American One

President Obama commonly asserts that the United States is the only advanced country in the world that commonly experiences mass murder1 as a talking point to justify pursuit of greater gun control measures. Notwithstanding how one defines “common” to fit one’s agenda or cherry-picking how, when, and where said murders are carried out, nonetheless considerable […]

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