Still No Strong Links Between Video Games and Violence

Everything on the subject is hazy.

What Do You Tell the Children?

For their mental health, and for our own

Republicans Float Plan to Make Electoral College More Unfair

Distributing electoral votes by congressional district

Taking the Broad View on Guns

It's not just about the 20 children killed in Newtown, it's about the 30,000 Americans killed with guns every year.

Even America's Safest Places Need Better Gun Control

None of us is safe until we're all safe.

While You Weren’t Looking, Michigan Turned Into Texas

From abortion, to guns, to unions, the legislature used the lame duck session to shuffle the state to the right.

Newtown: A Midnight Letter

At what point do we take responsibility for our national character?

Refuge Beyond Reach

Australia's debate on asylum seekers shows how easy it is for politicians to appeal to fear of invading hordes.

A National Gun Policy: Here Is Where We Start.

Three ways we can make shootings like the one in Newton, Connecticut less likely to happen

A History of Violence

Our best pieces on guns and gun policy

Gun Control, No Longer the Dems' Electoral Kryptonite

Democrats don't need rural white guys to win anymore.

War At Home

Anything short of major gun control reform is not serious.

Ten Arguments Gun Advocates Make, and Why They're Wrong

Why the latest mass shooting yet again proves gun advocates wrong.

Obama, Crying

Before you take issue with the president's tears, remember that Obama's empathy is always what made him seem most presidential.

Republicans (Probably) Don't Have to Reform on Immigration

There still isn't much reason for Republicans to support comprehensive immigration reform.