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  • Think before acting to prevent another Isla Vista

    Think before acting to prevent another Isla Vista
    Renée Binder calls for the enactment of a Gun Violence Restraining Order in California for people like the Isla Vista shooter, whose mother had alerted law enforcement that her son was facing a mental health crisis. ("California needs a Gun Violence...
  • Ignoring the insanity of gun violence

    Ignoring the insanity of gun violence
    "When will this insanity stop?" That was the question asked over the weekend by the grieving father of a 20-year-old gunshot victim in Isla Vista. The answer, tragically, is that it's not likely to end any time soon. ------------ FOR THE RECORD: Gun...
  • NRA isn't to blame for gun violence

    So let me get this straight. Richard Martinez, whose son Christopher was shot to death by a man with a history of public rage, doesn't blame the shooter who killed his son, the shooter's parents, the police who visited the shooter weeks before the...
  • Mental illness and guns have created a national epidemic

    Before day's end, 86 Americans who were alive yesterday will be dead from gun violence. One of us dies from a bullet every 17 minutes. That statistic lends a certain futility to the anguished plea of Richard Martinez: "Not one more!" He made this...
  • GOP gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly greets gun show enthusiasts

    GOP gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly greets gun show enthusiasts
    Two days before the June 3 primary, GOP gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly did not dismiss a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll that found that he was no longer the front-runner for the second spot on the fall ballot. But he said he was...
  • Gun laws are one thing Donnelly, Kashkari agree on

    Republican gubernatorial rivals Tim Donnelly and Neel Kashkari differ on many issues, but in the final run-up to Tuesday's primary there's one they agree on: State lawmakers should resist the impulse to pass new gun restrictions in the aftermath of the...
  • Start the Presses: Elliot Rodger, Burbank guns and the Glendale Gun Show

    Start the Presses: Elliot Rodger, Burbank guns and the Glendale Gun Show
    About a year ago, the Glendale City Council moved to ban gun shows on public property, shelving the decades-old confab at the Civic Auditorium. Those on the dais argued that the city's tacit approval — by being the show's landlord — simply...
  • Gun violence is too high a price to pay to live in USA

    The senseless gun-related mass murders in California are a symptom of a very sick society where such tragedies now occur without even a whisper of protest. Even those who do protest are drowned out by the strident, shrill cries of the Second Amendment...
  • Parent of Columbine victim sees reminder of his ordeal in Isla Vista

    Parent of Columbine victim sees reminder of his ordeal in Isla Vista
    The big shootings still find their own awful way of hitting him. When he heard about the massacre of 26 children and adults in Newtown, Conn., in 2012, Tom Mauser fled to his office and cried. Two Saturdays ago, Mauser was at home when his wife,...
  • NRA talks sense (then changes its mind) [Editorial]

    NRA talks sense (then changes its mind)  [Editorial]
    It is a comfort, albeit one of small caliber, to learn that there are actions people can take in the cause of gun rights that are so extreme they give pause to some poor soul within the headquarters of the National Rifle Association. Recent demonstrations...
  • Downstate woman became concealed carry icon

     Downstate woman became concealed carry icon
    Long before she became the lead plaintiff in a concealed carry lawsuit against Illinois, Mary Shepard had fallen in love with guns. It was 2007 when Shepard stumbled upon a story about women and guns in the local newspaper. What piqued her interest,...