As far back as Columbine twenty years ago, school shootings have become an issue of intense national discussion. Yet, somehow there still isn’t a solution. Some argue that changing gun laws would help, others believe it is a mental health issue. While there does not seem to be one solution or one right answer, it is a problem that needs to be solved.


While Second Amendment advocates argue in favor of arming teachers and hardening schools, others are looking at what else can be done. Read More »


Some say the solution to the problem is arming teachers. But according to a recent Gallup Poll, 73% of teachers in the U.S. oppose carrying guns in schools. Read More »

An International Perspective

While the right to a gun is enshrined in the U.S. constitution, that isn’t the case for all of North America. We went to Canada to find out how that fundamental right can change the gun control debate. Read More »