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What Difference Would Banning Guns Make?

Truckman Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 4:32 PM
I think comparing the US to Canada,in this case,is meaningless,because there are too many ethnic,cultural,financial,historic and background differences to make a comparison relevant. Still,what I see does ring pretty true,to the best of my understanding.

In the wake of the Newtown school massacre, we've noted a strong uptick in our site traffic by people wanting to find out how different the U.S. might be if the nation adopted Canada's much more restrictive firearms laws. This post gathers all our analysis on that topic from 2011 in one place.

Who Kills Who

We examine the FBI's data on the race of victims and their killers. We find that the vast majority of offenders prefer to kill their own kind (that evidence is borne out elsewhere, where criminals also seem to...