Sun, 25 March 2018
This episode of the Majority Villain podcast has some pretty adult themes. If you’re a sensitive listener, you may want to have a friend proof-listen the show. Otherwise, we feel the topics here need to be discussed again and again, and we welcome heartily your sincere feedback. As always, you can email me your thoughts, concerns and input: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A look back at three horrific tragedies and the vastly different responses by governments following them:
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National Center for Health Statistics,
-Assault or Homicide
-National Vital Statistics Reports
Open Secrets, Profile for 2016 Election Cycle:
Mass shootings and gun control (6/2/2010)
How Many Gun Bills Pass After Mass Shootings? (9/13/2013)
Massacre Energized gun debate not lawmakers (Article from 2000) http://extras.denverpost.com/news/col0419g.htm
What Explains U.S. Mass Shootings? International Comparisons Suggest an Answer
Mass Shooters Are All Different. Except for One Thing: Most Are Men.
Australian Gun Stats
Just 3% of Americans own more than half the country's guns
United States — Gun Facts, Figures and the Law