Writing for the Democrat and Chronicle, Mr Craig Robillard points out that repealing most existing gun controls would cut the would drasstically reduce the incidence of mass murder.
And of murder and interpersonal violence for that matter.
Mr. Robillard’s suggestions are sound, and, so long as we recall that Aemrica’s most deadly mass murder killed 87 New York City residents and invoved just one gallon of gasoline. Repealing restrictive gun laws will do great deal to getting our nation to an irreducible minimum of violence, but will not stop all of it.
Still, a 80 percent reduction in violence is better than no reduction at all.