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.
Jesse Valencia aims to get to the heart of the matter involving gun violence in America: government failure, citizen complacence, and the culture of violence.
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.
America’s gun laws continue to be in the spotlight as an 11-year-old boy takes a gun and confronts a burglar.
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.”
Australian Roger Pugh takes a look at America’s Guns policy, noting that the NRA referred to Australia’s banning of guns policy as “childish” and that’s undoubtedly true because it saved the lives of many children.