Jeff Ackerman's Roseburg News-Review is a case study in why the silent majority of firearm owners is often missing from the gun debate.
The 21-year-old who confessed to killing nine people in South Carolina last month had previously been arrested with Suboxone, but the feds couldn't find the police report in time to stop him from buying a pistol.
At least things worked out for him on the beer pong table—his opponent left for the hospital mid-game, and a forfeit counts as a win.
According to reports, the boy was rummaging in his mother's purse when he fumbled over a 9mm handgun. The gun discharged a shot into his father's ass, and the bullet ricocheted into the shoulder of his mother, who is eight months pregnant.
"Some press reports stated that I spent the first few days of after escaping custody hiding out at my friend's strip club, up to my eyes in bums, tits, cocaine, and champagne. Which was abso-fucking-lutely true."
There are 270 million legal guns in the US. Regardless of where you stand on the issue of firearms laws, you might say that the situation presents a wicked problem—something that can't be objectively solved or even described.
Between 3D-printing, rising production and still-lax regulations, Americans will have more access to guns than ever.
How Australia figured out how to end mass shootings.
Bruce Wayne's parents were victims of gun-violence.
Can you imagine how mortifying it'd be to pick the wrong track to kill yourself to?!
Set in east London, this story is for the most part true. Some of the names have been changed to protect the guilty.
Bouts of drinking tend to end with either a bang or a whimper-rarely, however, both.
Not one to be labeled the p-word, my mom pumped up her air rifle four times and took a shot at the target.