In the wake of the recent shootings at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, which left nine dead, there's been a revival in the call for gun control and outright ban. The liberal media has been using the event to garner support for their cause.
However, according to an overlooked Harvard University study from 2007, gun control as a means to quell violence is a bad idea.
The data in the article shows that nations with strict gun control measures tend to have a much higher murder and crime rate than nations that allow guns. The study pulls mostly from data taken from the Centers for Disease Control, U.S. National Academy of Science and the United National International Study on Firearms Regulation.
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