I grew up in a household with guns. My Dad was an outdoorsman who loved to camp, fish and hunt. My Dad didn’t own guns because he was afraid of his neighbors. He owned guns because he liked to hunt and eat rabbits. He was a responsible gun owner who always stored his guns locked up and unloaded.

Too many innocent people are dying from gun accidents, violent crime, and mass murder. There must be a balance between public health and safety and 2nd Amendment rights. Here are a few blog posts that I have written about guns and gun violence.

Fathers’ Day Reflections: My Dad– Working Man & Gun Owner (video)
Post Modern Stress Disorder: Violence & Health
Lest We Forget: ‘Guns Do Not Make a Nation Safer’
Violent Death Rates: US vs 22 Other Countries
Abortion Access & Domestic Violence: #SCOTUS Delivers 2 Big ‘Wins’ for Women (video)