As the situation with guns in schools spirals out of control, I thought I’d try and explain today for my grandson’s tomorrow.
As an teacher with a military background, I’m exactly the kind of person Trump wants to arm in America’s schools.
Dearie me, what a week. Barnaby Joyce finally fell on his sword, America hid behind a gun and one pizza empire got surprisingly smutty.
It was a historic week. One in which nothing was solved. Racial hatred split streets in Dallas, and opinion remained thusly in our election.
When other courts fail, you step in. Those in the dock this week are the members of the US senate who voted against gun reform. Is it them or the gun lobby? So who’s guilty?
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.
Rich Jackson’s Long Reads examines the problems facing gun control in the US, Walmart’s crackdown on unions and an Obnoxious internet pest.
Dr Samara McPhedran enters the gun control debate, highlighting how we should look to the US for positives instead of the assumed negatives.
Richard Jackson looks at the United States’ alternative to gun control, Michael Jackson’s moonwalk and a very ironic book review. All in Sunday’s Long Reads.