Category Archives: Gun violence

Attacks on Beatles draw deadly difference between US and UK

By Tom Siebert There is a life-and-death difference between our gun-crazed country and countries that strictly regulate access to firearms. For instance, on Dec. 8, 1980, former Beatle John Lennon was shot six times in his back by a deranged … Continue reading

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We can prevent gun violence while preserving the Second Amendment

By Tom Siebert Gun violence is as American as apple pie. Growing up, all of my heroes were shot to death: John F. Kennedy,  Martin Luther King Jr., Robert F. Kennedy, and John Lennon. One of the first mass shootings … Continue reading

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Good guys with guns are not the answer to America’s half-century of rampant gun violence

By Tom Siebert During the past 50 years, millions of Americans have been shot by their fellow citizens. The pro-gun people say “good guys with guns” will stop gun violence. They are dead wrong. On March 30, 1981, President Ronald … Continue reading

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