In a country where the threat of mass shootings is ever present, Americans can do nothing to assuage their fears of staying safe. Yet legislators fail to enact meaningful gun reform because there is identifiable “enemy” to rally against that would motivate America to action.
Connor Hanna gives us a glimpse into how both sides of the aisle have let the debate on guns be dominated by fear.
Candace Baker discusses the importance of citizen activism, in light of the recent March For Our Lives.
Brendon Sparkman compares CNN’s recent town hall debate to a harrowing scene from Orwell’s 1984.
Delaney Davis explores the complex nature of campus carry policy.