This week, the gun issue has returned to our shores in a matter so ham-fisted, so half-cocked, that it could only come from one source.
Despite the exposure our gun lobby is getting, I believe that the calibre of the rhetoric will fall short.
With the Nationals losing their footing to the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party, one can naturally assume that the gun vote won over. This is incorrect.
A penchant for cosplay has lead to a lengthy jail sentence, as one Sydney man has been tried for 3D printing replica firearms. Too much?
There’s much talk of weapons in Trump’s America. But don’t blame him, as gun has always trumped knife.
The generally held concept is that our sweeping gun reforms in 1996 forever stopped mass shootings in this country. The truth is quite different.
Faced with the realities of their gun culture, the US government has done something, classifying ‘thoughts and prayers’ as a viable treatment for gunshot wounds.
As an teacher with a military background, I’m exactly the kind of person Trump wants to arm in America’s schools.
Yesterday we lost our minds when George Christensen uploaded a questionable image to Facebook. While it was a silly thing to do, our reaction didn’t fit.
Gun laws are the sacred cow of the Australian experience, but just because we don’t have the problems that the US does, we’d be foolish to assume that all is well.
Good morning, gorgeous. While you were dozing, Trump met the people of Puerto Rico, one gun manufacturer benefitted from Las Vegas, and Jared Leto committed career seppuku.
Dear America, as an Australian living in your borders, I have accepted that guns are a part of everyday life. But after Orlando, I think we need to have a talk.
Now that George Zimmerman has sold the gun he used to kill Trayvon Martin for $120k, we’ve asked one of our American cousins for a “please explain.”
The Greens’ decision to expose gun owners in aid of public safety is at odds with stats showing firearm violence decline over the last decade.
In response to the Four Corners piece on juvenile gun ownership on ABC last night, Engel Schmidl doesn’t agree, but he has felt the addiction of guns.
Dr Samara McPhedran enters the gun control debate, highlighting how we should look to the US for positives instead of the assumed negatives.
After Tucker Carlson’s comments on Australia’s gun control policy, Jordan King-Lacroix has fired back with his response.
Maciej Radny looks at the horrific live shooting of two journalists in Virginia, and was shocked, not only by the imagery on Social Media; but of what comes next.