In promoting itself, The Washington Post advertises that, “If you don’t get it … you don’t get it.”
It can only be Chicago, where some officials are glowing over slight decreases in homicides and shootings in that city in 2018.
As Chicago struggles with a high number of homicides, other places are finding that if you penalize offenders, the crime rate goes down.
The newspaper published an article criticizing Attorney General Jeff Sessions for cracking down on gun crime by enforcing existing laws.
John Hopkins estimates that medical errors cause more than 250,000 deaths a year—nearly 20 times more than the roughly 13,000 deaths attributable to gun crime.
If our federal laws were actually enforced, how long would gunrunners spend in prison?