An interesting report comes out of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public policy. It’s on the effects of gun control on violence. I found out things I didn’t know before and if you didn’t know the source of the material, you would swear it came directly from the NRA. You’d better read it here, because it will never see the light of day in the liberal media.
Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy has just released a study of the relative effects of stringent gun laws. They found that a country like Luxenbourg, which bans all guns has a murder rate that is 9 times higher than Germany, where there are 30,000 guns per 100,000 people. They also cited a study by the U.S.National Academy of Sciences, which studied 253 journal articles, 99 books, 43 government publications, and it failed to find one gun control initiative that worked.In fact, in many cases it found that violence is very often lower, where guns are more readily available. The report points to a myth that guns are more easily obtained in the United States than in Europe. That is factually incorrect.