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As the fifth anniversary of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, approaches, Americans remain starkly divided in their views on guns and gun regulation. The attack, which left 20 children and six educators dead, as well as the gunman and his mother, shook the country, leading to widespread calls for reformed gun laws. Half a decade later, proponents and opponents of gun control are still fiercely debating.
|Kin yu saey "POOPSTINK"?
There isn't "common ground" when one side seeks to limit fundamental rights.
By definition, that side is of the Church of Satan.
You know, 'progressives'?