As U.S. lawmakers wrestle to access a consensus on legislation to suppress gun violence in the wake of mass shootings, the U.S. also remains the greatest intercontinental supplier of arms, funneling billions in armed forces weaponry into wars in Ukraine and Yemen. Till there is a serious curtailment of U.S. militarism, it will continue on to prioritize U.S. life around lives overseas, states Norman Solomon, nationwide director of RootsAction and executive director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, whose new piece is headlined, “How About Some Gun Manage at the Pentagon?” Global arms manage advocate Rebecca Peters describes U.S. initiatives to block weapons handle efforts at the United Nations and provides that New Zealand’s swift action on gun command following the Christchurch mosque killings in 2019 really should give the U.S. impetus to do the exact.
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Yet another mass shooting. It was Wednesday evening, 4 […]