Overnight, Donald Trump blamed the mentally ill for the shootings at El Paso and Dayton. After analysing every mass shooting since 1966, two doctors would like to have a word.
For his comments made in the wake of the El Paso shooting, Twitter has decided to delete Neil deGrasse Tyson. They now prefer the clued-in diatribes of Smash Mouth.
Once again, America has suffered yet another mass shooting. However, does such horror repeated impact their laws and those who make them?
Well, it’s been a week punctuated by gunshot, a local voyeur peeking at Jupiter and ‘freedom gas’, whatever that happens to be.
Again, extreme violence has punctured the American landscape. But expecting change illustrates a complete ignorance of their history. It repeats, because they allow it to.
With the Texas school shooting motivated by masculinity’s inability to process rejection, the challenge is not necessarily in taking the gun out of their hands, but removing the thought from their minds.
Morning. Overnight, we’ve had another casualty in the Trump administration, a powerful anti-gun demonstration in Washington and Shia Labeouf tell all.
We’ve learned about the brutality of the massacre through bitter experience. But while these things may have happened long ago, we should not quickly forget.
A lot of time is wasted in the gun control debate by people who have no idea what they’re talking about. One survivor to another, I know your pain.
According to an investigation, the only armed man at the recent Florida school shooting stood idly by and did nothing. So much for arming the campus, Donald.
In the week that was, while America was busy revealing her worst, Australia honoured her absolute best. Chin-chin.
Hump-day. Tee-hee. Overnight, we’ve seen Kentucky the latest location for needless bloodshed, an Australian face a Balinese court and a cookbook split the moral palate.