Johns Hopkins Study Recommending Tighter Gun Control Fires Up Debate
A new study from Johns Hopkins researchers suggests tightening gun control policies could save lives, but it reignites debate and fierce criticism from gun rights advocates.
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#1 Oct 25, 2012
Doctors who will never admit they are legalized drug dealers and my experience with Johns Hopkins Hospital which showed me they don't know how to run a hospital and have very poor internal controls with respect to personnel matters and use unproven drugs without proper alternatives leads me to know they should concentrate on improving provided health care not trying to make political policy decisions.
Many a great expert has sat in an air conditioned office insulated from the outside word and come up with unproven , unworkable ideas that end in total failure while insulating themselves from liability.
To sum it up , these university graduates do not understand the simple wording of a constitution written long before their day yet more relevant then ever.
Beware of the fox in sheep's clothing.
#2 Oct 26, 2012
Agreed on all counts.
The number of faked 'studies' being produced in many fields is quite alarming.
It also helps to know who funded what 'study,' because more likely than not, the outcome reflects the attitude of the funder.
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