In Martin death, no calls for gun control

ST. LOUIS —Despite an arrest this week in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, new gun-control measures aren’t even being debated in Washington. Mitt Romney plans to address the annual meeting of the National Rifle Association on Friday afternoon, and t Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Paul Burdette - Apr 13, 2012 - 6:47 AM PDT
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by Paul Burdette - Apr. 13, 2012

I think this story had a good base. The issue that has evolved in the public eye with the unfortunate shooting of Trayvon Martin has largely been racial. I was excited to see the other view, one that does not divide us by racial identity but unites all as citizens. That issue is gun control and self defense laws. Unfortunately as the article developed it delved more into a political commentary on the up coming election, than the much needed social commentary about this issue.

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