Shareholders Force Sturm Ruger to Track Gun Violence

The proposal to monitor violence committed by people who use its products passed despite opposition by the board of one of the largest U.S. gun makers. CEO Chris Killoy said it reflected “misguided principles created by groups who do not own guns, know nothing about our business, and frankly would rather see us out of business.”

Guns in Schools: The Nuanced View From ‘Trump Country’

Few messages are more alarming to the parent of a schoolchild than a “lockdown” alert from a school. When an incident near a small Catholic school in Gainesville, Fl. triggered that alert it reinforced some local views that having weapons available in schools made sense. But not everyone in this conservative pro-Trump stronghold agrees.