EDITORIAL: Since the Newtown rampage, it’s only gotten easier to buy guns in our country. Michael Bloomberg has part of the answer by putting millions to fight this outrage.
EDITORIAL: After every mass shooting, pro-gun advocates want to shift attention to the issue of mental health. Problem is, it’s not what causes most gun violence.
Jewish gun control advocates are still smarting from their dramatic defeat in the Senate. But they have a plan to revive the measure, which most Americans support.
American gun-rights backers have sought to invoke Israel’s experience to bolster their claim that a heavily armed society is safer. If only they knew how wrong they are.
The National Rifle Association compiled a list of its enemies and it reads like a Jewish who’s who list. Among the supposed foes of the Second Amendment: B’nai Brith, the Reform movement — and Barbra Streisand.
The leader of the U.S. gun lobby on Sunday defended his call for placing armed guards in all American schools despite withering criticism of the group’s response to the massacre of 20 first-graders in Newtown, Connecticut.
A new focus on gun control may bring Jews into a lead role as the nation debates federal measures to rein in mass murders at its malls and schools.
The powerful gun rights lobby called for more guns in schools on a day that Americans remembered the victims of the Newtown school massacre with a moment of silence.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined those affected by past mass shootings to push for gun control laws. Some pro-gun lawmakers showed signs of wavering.