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We’ve Become Desensitized to Guns

This past weekend, headlines across the country told the shocking tale of a Michigan Uber driver who randomly shot and killed six people, gravely wounded two others, all over a seven hour shooting spree, intertwined with his picking up and … Continue reading

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Georgia Shootings, A Year and a Half Later

In March, 2014, I wrote about the pending “Safe Carry Protection Act” or more correctly, the “Guns Everywhere” bill that was about to be signed into law by Georgia governor Nathan Deal. The new law expanded the state’s open carry … Continue reading

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