For far too long, we’ve avoided talking about gun violence in our country.
The tragedy in Newtown, Conn., has finally brought our nation’s lax gun policies back into the national debate. (Even though the violence in our city streets has long deserved more attention.)
We are at a critical moment in our nation’s history where real gun legislation could change the course of history and save lives. But this moment is about to pass us by. By the end of March, it could be too late.