Tag: Gun Control

Ga. Constitutional Carry Proposal Reckless

Georgia’s House Bill 2, which would reduce the state’s firearm restrictions, is an irresponsible reform that would endanger people state-wide. The Georgia legislature is considering the Kemp-backed bill, led by state Rep. Matt...

Jews Must Back Gun Control

More than 10,000 hate crimes involving a firearm occur each year in the United States, according to Everytown for Gun Safety. On Oct. 27, the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre was added to this list in what is the deadliest...

Gun Control Needed to Protect Innocents

“All Jews must die.” That is what Robert Bowers told police after entering the Tree of Life synagogue and and opening fire on families united in joy and prayer. The phrase claws its way through me and breaks my heart. The phrase...

Schools Must Remain Neutral on Student Protests

On March 17, students at an Ohio public high school staged a walkout in the name of common sense gun legislation. School officials waived all punishment measures for students who chose to participate and sent all those who...

Restrict Civilian Access to Military Weapons

I understand the thrill of shooting a gun. For one blissful moment, everything melts away, and all that your brain focuses on is that satisfyingly heavy piece of metal molding perfectly into your hands. It gives you a power you...

Lax Restrictions Endanger Lives

On Valentine’s Day, a single person walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida. Five minutes later later, 17 people lay dead or dying, more than 20 were injured and countless others were plunged into...

NRA Funding Stymies Legislation

When we learned about the 17 deaths of innocent students and staff members at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., we were deeply disturbed. But sadly, massacres have become more of a norm than a rarity. In...

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