Gun Control Failures? Yes, Cato Article
The Cato article, “Another Failed Gun Control Experiment” By Daniel J. Mitchell, is an interesting read. It cites other articles where Gun Control legislation didn’t and doesn’t work. Some who write in favor of gun control even admit that from time to time. Check out his links to other articles on the gun control topic.
Daniel J. Mitchell writes:
It sounds strange, but my two favorite columns on gun control were authored by self-identified leftists. But they didn’t let ideology trump common sense.
Justin Cronin, for instance, explained that restrictions on gun ownership undermined his ability to protect his family. And Jeffrey Goldberg looked at the evidence and concluded that guns make people safer.
This doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate gun control columns by non-leftists. This Larry Correia piece, for instance, is must reading if you want to understand about magazine limits and so-called assault weapons.
And if you like real-world evidence, Jeff Jacoby of the Boston Globe examines what happened after Massachusetts adopted onerous gun control legislation. He starts by explaining the law and what supporters promised. . . .
Read more here.