Hey newsies. We’ve been having some really awesome conversations this week, and I’d like to continue with some thought-provoking issues.
Last week we talked about the Syrian Refugee Crisis, and many people brought up some really excellent points. Let’s keep the ball rolling with another interesting topic.
Gun Control in the U.S.
Here’s a wrap-up of what’s happening now.
Another, that took place this week at Delta State University, where a professor reportedly shot and killed an assistant professor at the university, along with his girlfriend, before killing himself.
Some argue the issue at hand is mental health and awareness. But the main subject brought up after these shootings: gun control.
Do you think the United States has strict enough gun laws and regulation?
Do you think the more available the gun, the more likely it is to cause violent crime? Or do you think that criminals will find a way to obtain guns despite it being more difficult?
Is this a federal or state issue?
I’m interested to hear your thoughts. Let’s all try to respect and learn from each other’s opinions! :)