A Campus Safety Administrator’s View of the Efficacy and Morality of Concealed Weapons on College Campuses

By B320 Introduction As a campus safety administrator I have been tasked with researching and implementing best practices in policy, and training the campus community toward best practices in security and to prepare campus constituents be able to respond to a crisis or disaster with equally proportionate and appropriate means. Much of what I have […]

The Moral Argument Against Gun Control

By GWally As a lifelong gun owner I have heard many different arguments both for and against gun control. Most arguments in favor of gun control cite crime/homicide statistics or make emotional pleas, while most arguments against gun control mention the 2nd Amendment and government tyranny. While using the 2nd Amendment as a part of […]

Italians Increasingly Want Gun Law Reform, Easier Access to Firearms

Italians are beginning to questioin the reasonableness and effectiveness of their complex, strict gun control laws. From thelocal.com: While 26 percent of people questioned in 2015 said they supported looser laws on owning a gun for self-defence, the latest research carried out by social studies institute Censis and private security sector organization Federsicurezza found that […]

Springfield Armory Daily Digest: Shannon Resurfaces, The Dilemma of ‘Stun Guns’, and Efficacy of Restraining Orders

In a previous post, RF was doing the Where’s Waldo thing for Shannon Watts. Here she is, getting a big wet kiss from Fortune: The Mom Who Started a Gun Control Movement With a Facebook Page – “In its four years, the group—which Watts says is is not anti-gun, but pro-gun control—has ballooned to ‘an army’ of moms […]