America’s Gun-Culture Problem – The Atlantic

At the same time, though, there is something about the problem Americans face on guns that will be more difficult to address, and which does defy legislation, and that’s the cultural side to this.

Jacksonville Landing mass shooting: America’s gun problem

America’s gun problem is completely unique. No other developed country in the world has …

America’s gun problem has everything to do with America’s

America’s gun problem can’t be distilled down to one single issue, of course, but it’s clear that on top of crime and fears of terrorism and insufficient mental health resources and the

Our problem is America’s gun culture, not mental illness

Warning signs about the shooter in the February school massacre in Parkland, Florida were seemingly missed. This omission apparently dominates attention today, not the role of America’s gun culture.

America’s gun problem is so much bigger than mass

America’s gun problem is dramatically larger in scale than Australia’s was In the US, more than 10,000 Americans will likely be killed in gun murders this year. Another 20,000 will likely be

Does America have a gun culture problem? | Debate.org

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Yes, America may have a gun culture, but it is not a problem. America has always had guns because we have always had the right, and the duty to protect ourselves. Some people are just violent or insane.

America’s Gun Problem Explained – Business Insider

2015 has seen a flurry of high-profile mass shootings in America. In what’s become a disturbing routine during his presidency, Barack Obama has pleaded with lawmakers to change America’s gun laws

America’s gun problem, explained – Vox – Pocket

America’s gun problem is completely unique. No other developed country in the world has …