Tag Archives: mass shootings

Commonalities of mass shooters and prevention recommendations

We’ve studied every mass shooting since 1966 and found similarities that can help prevent future attacks.

A Narrow Focus on Mass Shootings Undermines Efforts to Solve America’s Gun Problem

Because everyday gun violence is concentrated in racially segregated neighborhoods, it’s easy for millions of Americans to think they won’t be affected.

Tom Engelhardt: Winners and Losers in Our New Media Moment

Engelhardt: Sometimes what matters most takes up every inch of space in the room and somehow we still don’t see it. That’s how I feel about our present media moment

Juan Cole: Top 10 Things That Don’t Make Sense About NSA Surveillance, Drones and Al-Qaida – Truthdig

 If the NSA and ATF have the telephone, credit card and internet records of all Americans, why don’t they stop mass shootings?  NSA  By Juan Cole  Posted on Aug 6, 2013  truthdig.com This piece first appeared on Juan Cole’s website, Informed Comment. In a Reuters Exclusive, John Shiffman and Kristina Cooke reveal that the National Security Agency shares information it gleans […]

The exclusively foreign proclivity for violence, by Murtaza Hussain

WAMMToday is now on Facebook! Check the WAMMToday page for posts from this blog and more! “Like” our page today. TUESDAY, AUG 9, 2011 14:10 ET     Salon.com The exclusively foreign proclivity for violence AP/Phil Long Bambi Lynn of Fairlawn, Ohio, wipes away tears during a prayer vigil at Copley Community Park in Copley […]