Tuesday, August 14, 2012 :::
If we finally want to deal seriously with multiple-victim public shootings, it is about time that we acknowledge a common feature of these attacks: With just a single exception, the attack in Tucson last year, every public shooting in the U.S. in which more than three people have been killed since at least 1950 has occurred in a place where citizens are not allowed to carry their own firearms.
That's from a John Lott piece of a few weeks ago.
Also, since I'm posting gun-control related things from last month, a previous attempt at mass murder in Aurora, CO, was stopped early and a comment on Chicago's homicide rate.
::: posted by Steven at 7:53 PM