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Unintentional Firearms Fatalities Fall 17 Percent
Unintentional Firearms Fatalities Fall 17 Percent
Good news on the topic of fatal firearms accidents. The National Safety Council�s report shows that the number of fatal firearms accidents dropped 17 percent from 2014 to 2015 to 489, the lowest total since record-keeping began in 1903.
Tim Allen Is No Longer the �Last Man Standing�
Tim Allen Is No Longer the �Last Man Standing�
The ABC broadcast network late last week announced it was canceling its second highest rated comedy and Friday night anchor program, "Last Man Standing."
Firearm Safety at the Range and in the Home
Firearm Safety at the Range and in the Home
Did you know that June is National Safety Month? Summer�when children are home from school and more likely to be unattended�is an important time to remember that the No. 1 way to help prevent accidents is to securely store your firearms when they�re no...
Our Continuing Efforts to Help Prevent Suicide by Firearm
Our Continuing Efforts to Help Prevent Suicide by Firearm
I was in Phoenix last Saturday at the invitation of Dr. Keita Franklin, director of the Department of Defense Suicide Prevention Office, to participate in a panel discussion at the American Association of Suicidology Conference.
High School Trap Team Gets its Yearbook Photo, After Fighting for It
High School Trap Team Gets its Yearbook Photo, After Fighting for It
You may have heard the recent story about the trapshooting team at Big Lake High School in Minnesota that was initially excluded from having a photo in the yearbook because their team photo included their equipment, shotguns.
Chicago, We�ve Got a (Crime) Problem
Chicago, We�ve Got a (Crime) Problem
Everyone talks tough when it comes to Chicago�s illegal use of guns in violent crime. Except, that is, for the courts.