From Gun Control to Bullet Control
ITEM: The Los Angeles Times for April 11 commented: "After four years of George W. Bush, the notions that some people might be too dangerous or unstable to trust with a firearm or that assault weapons do not belong in civilized society are deader than a wild turkey in hunting season."
"Over the last four years," the editorial claimed, "the president and his congressional allies have repudiated or quietly eviscerated key gun laws and regulations. Now they are poised to shield firearms makers and sellers from nearly all damage claims when their products kill or maim.... Last year, Republican congressional leaders simply ran out the clock on the 10-year-old federal assault gun …
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Publication information: Article title: From Gun Control to Bullet Control. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: The New American. Volume: 21. Issue: 12 Publication date: June 13, 2005. Page number: 41. © 2009 American Opinion Publishing, Inc. COPYRIGHT 2005 Gale Group.
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