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Americans simply not interested in gun control

Monday, December 16, 2013

Dec. 14 is the anniversary of the horrendous Newtown shooting, but despite the best efforts of opportunistic politicians, Americans show little sympathy for proposals to tighten restrictions on guns.
In fact, firearms don’t even appear on their list of concerns when asked what worries them by Reason-Rupe pollsters, although big government and politicians do. And when asked directly about tightening gun laws, people say that would have no impact on criminals’ access to guns — a logical position to take, since nothing that’s been proposed so far would have prevented Newtown shooter Adam Lanza from doing what he did.

Read the article: The Chicago Sun-Times

Read the complete article: The Chicago Sun-Times


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