Opinion: The Texas school shooting reminds America what vets already know: civilian gun culture is a dysfunctional mess
from NBC News
Michael E. Diamond writes: "The U.S. military has a lot of guns, but not a lot of non-combat fatalities. Why is this? Because of common sense military regulations. That's why, like many other military veterans, I view America's civilian gun culture as dysfunctional. Today, Americans mourn yet another tragic mass shooting, this one in a Texas high school. It has been a mere three months since 17 teens lost their lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. Much has been made of U.S. gun control laws — or lack thereof. But instead of listening to politicians battle across the partisan divide, we should be listening to the men and women who work with guns the most."
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