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N.J. Police Station Shooting: When Arrest goes Wrong, 3 Cops Shot, Gunman Killed

N.J. Police Station Shooting: When Arrest goes Wrong, 3 Cops Shot, Gunman Killed

December 29, 2012 at 9:55 pm

NEW JERSEY NEWSROOM 12/29/13 By Bob Holt The three police officers being shot in Gloucester Township on Friday only renews the debates about gun control. One of the questions has been whether the NRA is listening to the debates since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings. The four million member […]

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Gunslinging in America

Gunslinging in America

December 23, 2012 at 7:32 pm

AL JAZEERA 12/23/12 By Michael Shank Now that the National Rifle Association is playing hard ball by suggesting today that we provide armed guards in every school across America at a cost of nearly $6bn, it is quite clear that this conversation has gotten completely out of hand. The idea […]

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Folly of Freedom is Plaguing the US Right Now

Folly of Freedom is Plaguing the US Right Now

October 9, 2012 at 8:48 pm

FINANCIAL TIMES 10/09/12 By Michael Shank Sir, It is confounding that America’s presidential candidates, in their first debate, failed to address one of the growing epidemics killing our countrymen and women, that of gun violence (“Gun lobby pours millions of dollars into campaign to unseat Obama”, October 4). Sadly, they […]

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Questions Must Be About Gun Safety

Questions Must Be About Gun Safety

August 4, 2012 at 8:52 pm

FINANCIAL TIMES 08/04/12 By Michael Shank Sir, The real problem with the US gun debate is that polling questions are frequently framed as gun rights not as gun safety (“It is plain wrong to see the gun lobby as Svengali”, July 28). Few Americans want their rights stripped, but most […]

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