Steven Crowder is a conservative political commentator who speaks about several issues in America and has spoken about guns and the second amendment before. In this video specifically about gun control he sets up a stand in California and has a sign that ask people to change his view on the second amendment. Several people come up to him and have a one on one calm discussion with him about the topic each giving their own argument.
Camiella Williams is an anti-violence advocate, who works hard to teach people other ways of dealing with problems, but she's lost more than two dozen friends and family members to Chicago's gun violence. In this interview with Camiella she talks about her life and how guns have effected it. She wants more gun control but believes that we need to keep guns as they can help defuse violence.
If you want to see Americas stance on gun control in real time I suggest you look at this website. Debate.org is a live platform that has hundred of issues and you can see both sides of any issue. Each side brings up good points and if you feel strongly about something you can contribute your own.
As the title of this website states it is just facts. You will find in this article that there is no opinion on wether we should have guns or not just facts on things such as what kind of guns there are, proper gun safety and how many people own guns. This is a great article for people who just want to come up with their own opinion.
In this article Amy Sherman goes into depth about how may mass shooting take place in gun free areas in Florida. She also goes into depth about Florida's governor Richard Corcoran's view on guns.
Ten myths compiled by Sen. Chuck Grassley following President Barack Obama's executive actions on firearms. In this article Sen. Chuck Grassley goes over ten myths that people still believe about guns. He chooses to mostly go over gun shows and several ways people can buy guns there.
"No laws could have prevented the tragedy" and other gun myths, debunked While the first article was against gun control this article is for it. This is an article from the "Los Angeles times" that states five things that they believe the NRA lies about. Such as how citizens can't be trusted with guns because their not as well trained, how gun free zones don't always lead to mass shootings.
The debate over gun control and gun rights would be more productive if both sides focused on the facts instead of pushing myths about America's gun laws. In this article Sean Davis writes about how "7 myths about guns that just won't die". He goes over topics such as the gun show loophole, how hard it is to actually buy a gun, and how much gun violence their really is in America. He states things like how gun violence has actually gone down since the 1990's and how at gun shows you still have to have a background check in order to make a purchase.