THE ROOT CAUSES OF GUN VIOLENCE ARE MANY AS SHOWN ABOVE...... SURE, WE NEED TO KEEP OUR RIGHT TO POSSESS GUNS AS GIVEN IN THE 2ND AMENDMENT......(I HAVE MINE AND PLAN TO KEEP IT) BUT, THERE IS MORE TO FINDING A NEEDED SOLUTION TO THE GUN VIOLENCE IN AMERICA......
"America's political left is culpable here, as well: as a group, the media is the Democrat Party's staunchest political ally, and, refusing to bite the hand that feeds, liberals have doggedly, hypocritically refused to pin certain root-cause labels where they truly belong."
"Many young people, here and abroad, now bedight their bodies with piercings and tattoos in efforts to emulate the deranged freaks (of all races) cavorting about on MTV. The media daily exert a direct, pernicious influence on the comportment of millions of gullible youngsters. Our common culture, mores, and manners (in short, our future ability to live together, peacefully) have all been systematically wrecked -- sold out for money -- by the media elite. http://www.gsusignal.com/2.14076/the-root-causes-of-gun-violence-1.1952190"
"Do we need better gun laws? Sure." "Do we need better cybersecurity laws? You bet."
But that's not because we will solve all our problems by increasingly restricting our law abiding populace, it's because we need better laws, period. And, by "better," I don't mean more intrusive. I mean better thought out, better coded, better debugged."
"Our legal system has been subject to the same sort of feature creep that our operating systems struggle under. The code of laws we live under is a spaghetti code of unmanageability and special interests. If we, as a nation, are to take serious adult action about our serious adult problems, we're going to have to first have to address one of our more serious issues: how we govern and whether we can afford to continue to tolerate the childish behavior of our leaders.
Isn't it about time our politicians grew up and put American interests before Democratic interests or Republican interests, or the interests of the nearest lobbyist with an open checkbook?"