It only took two tragic gun-related massacres in a five-year span (1991, 1996) for Australia to change its gun laws. America is overdue for gun-control measures.
Again, extreme violence has punctured the American landscape. But expecting change illustrates a complete ignorance of history. It repeats, because America allows it to.
Stan Gerding writes to his grandson about the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and the gun control movement further stoked by it.
A recent shark attack in Tampa Bay almost spooled out of control. Fortunately, a man packing his own shark was well within his rights to save the day.
Dear America, as an Australian living in your borders, I have accepted that guns are a part of everyday life. But after Orlando, I think we need to have a talk.
On the 20th anniversary of the Port Arthur Massacre in Australia, Derryn Hinch remembers the man in the lift who turned to him and said, “He got my Gwen.”
Sean Davis examines the debate surrounding the Second Amendment and takes a measured approach to a much-needed solution, one that aims at lowering the abhorrent U.S. gun violence statistics.
After Trump’s call to ban all Muslims to the U.S. barely dented his popularity, Mathew Mackie discovered that riding “The Fear,” he will be hard to stop.
Richard Jackson’s “Long Reads” examines the problems facing gun control in the U.S., Walmart’s crackdown on unions, and an “Obnoxious” internet pest.