by Patrick Bailey | Nov 9, 2020 | Guest Posts, Opinion
Concealed carry refers to possession of a firearm within you, on you, or around you while in public space. Concealed carry and firearm ownership in general is common in the United States.
by Jay Chambers | Sep 10, 2018 | Guest Posts, Opinion
Experts agree that there isn’t a single factor that can cause a violent or a nonviolent person to act aggressively. Some studies suggest that massive exposure to violent content might be a risk factor for violent behavior.
by Christine Wolaver | Jul 25, 2018 | Guest Posts, Opinion
In my last post, we talked about our kids and how it’s our responsibility to save our children, but that’s not the whole story because complicated issues are never easy…
by Christine Wolaver | Jul 11, 2018 | Education, Guest Posts, Opinion
A quick-and-dirty overview of the gun control debate… Every time there’s a shooting the debate about gun control is reignited. But what is the debate really? For some it seems like common sense to limit types of guns or the number of bullets a gun can hold…
by Sean Lance | Jun 25, 2018 | Legal & Legislation, Opinion
Have you heard about the gun-control push from the American Medical Association (AMA)? Like it or not, the gun-control debate is a hot-button issue for many and some of the things that are said make me question things a little more.
by Christine Wolaver | Jun 11, 2018 | Guest Posts, Opinion
I hear it everywhere these days; this call for change to save our children; especially in the place that is supposed to be the safest spot for them; school. But, sadly, as a teacher and a mentor for hundreds of children each year, I really don’t believe gun control is the answer…