Gun grabber data exploits the tragic demise of youngsters in Missouri.
Sadly, there are a myriad of other factors that also have spiked fatal self-harm for all ages across the nation. Fewer jobs, addiction and rising American alienation have also garnered a great deal of blame for the rise in American tragedy.
When this kind of study blames video games or pr0n for social ills, most people laugh it off. However, newsies regularly offer unquestioning coverage to anti-gun messages.
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"Missouri lawmakers have whittled down gun regulations in recent years, shaping them into some of the least restrictive in the nation. Gun-related suicides among young adults ages 19 to 24 had been declining since at least 1999, according to the analysis of publicly available data. But in 2007, firearm suicide rates in this age group jumped by nearly 22% after the state eliminated its permit-to-purchase requirement."
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