Gun control advocates should not be intimidated: the political winds at their back are strong. It’s clear that Obama would sign gun control legislation passed by Congress and, as Nation editors write this week, the focus should be on making that happen.
As Ari Melber reported, in three days, more than 150,000 people have signed a petition calling on the White House to back legislation limiting access to guns. That is the most support that any petition has drawn since the White House launched its “we the people” platform. Add your name to the list today and share the info with friends, family and your Twitter and Facebook networks.
In this passionate essay, Fareed Zakaria makes clear that the solution to gun violence is blindingly obvious.
In this episode of Democracy Now!, arms control advocate Rebecca Peters looks to Australia's example for solutions on reducing gun violence in America.
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