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South America name gun duel milito dominant breaking ball to cut waste top opponents by kobeshoes Posted Thu 13 Dec 2012 3:39am Inter against napoli game, milito and cavani each into a ball, relative than their 8 years younger card, tile, milito behave more efficient and smooth break up to 4 field goal drought. Inter milan and napoli confrontation of the game, the biggest attraction is undoubtedly two bar name gun milito and cavani battle, the two South America AdiZero ROSE ... Read on »
Is gun control in the USA even possible? by Ron Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Dec 2012 2:23pm Note: I wrote this the day of the Sandy Hook massacre, but decided it was too soon to publish it.Since then it’s been rather overtaken by event’s, which it’s been tweaked to take into account. *** After the horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut (20 children and 6 adults dead) , the Web is alive with c ... Read on »
A Thoughtful, Important and Practical Gun Control Solution by Ronni B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Dec 2012 8:30am The forces against any useful kind of gun control are huge and powerful. Solutions being discussed by our elected officials are the same old half measures – limit size of guns and magazines, etc. Over this past horrible weekend TGB reader, John Gear, forwarded to me a proposal he made in an Op-Ed piece in 1999, for greater gun safety. It s ... Read on »
Hsieh Forbes OpEd on 3D-Printed Guns by Dr. Paul Hsieh Medical Doctor Posted Wed 08 May 2013 9:30am This isn't directly related to health care policy, but it's a hot topic that's been in the news lately.  Plus it's one of my other public policy interests, so I'm exercising blogger's privilege to post about it anyways! Yesterday's Forbes published my latest OpEd, " Why 3D-Printed Untraceable Guns Could Be Good For America ". Here is the op ... Read on »
Facebook Snafus, Gun Control, Switzerland and the The Husband by elizabeth Posted Mon 23 Jul 2012 4:55pm Switzerland, 2007 I've been called bitter, unhappy, unpatriotic and pompous because of some comments I made about gun control and America yesterday on Facebook. I was also defriended by one of my cousins because of it, so I think I'll take Denise's advice and blog about it. Oy vey. Bitter? Well, I'll concede that I feel ... Read on »
More of what is not working – curing gun violence and the NRA by David M. Posted Sun 23 Dec 2012 2:28pm America does not seem to learn The common prescription for anything wrong in our society is to do more of whatever has not been working. Gun violence is the most recent social problem to receive this prescription. We have of course tried this prescription before, almost universally to ill effect. No one likes to admit they are wrong a ... Read on »
Mass Murders: Why Us? Why the U.S.? by HealthFinder Posted Fri 21 Dec 2012 12:00pm healthnewslink From gun availability to a lack of therapists, experts say many factors contribute to the spate of killings. By Karen Pallarito Heal ... Read on »
Where Is This “Real America” the Teabaggers Long For? by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Mon 04 Apr 2011 3:17pm (This column is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King , murdered 43 years ago today.  May his dream come true for all.) They hold signs proclaiming their rights as “We the People.”  I am reminded of my late father, rest his soul, who would say, “We? Whaddya mean ‘We?’ You gotta turd in your pocket?” They want to “Take ... Read on »
Gun Control and Gun Violence - Is the Right to Bear Arms Absolute? by MKirschMD Posted Sun 06 Oct 2013 6:00am I’m writing now in the wake of another tragic shooting here in the United States.  For most of us, we have never experienced the current pandemic of senseless violence that we read about and visualize every day.  I challenge you to find a newspaper tomorrow morning, or listen to a news broadcast, that will not report on dark and pernicious incl ... Read on »
MO BackSnacks program, Gun Lobby Attack on Health Reform Named "Best, Worst Prevention Ideas of the Week" by Partnership for Prevention Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 10:05pm A Missouri program whose healthy snacks for low-income students has improved their academic performance has been named Partnership for Prevention’s “Best Prevention Idea of the Week,” while a misfire by the gun lobby regarding health reform was named “Worst Prevention Idea of the Week.” The Best/Worst Idea awards are a regular feature of Pr ... Read on »