In “5 things I’ve learned about guns,” Jason Fagone recently wrote about the difficulty of finding comprehensive and reliable gun data — and the ramifications of poor data on evaluating the gun violence problem in the US.
He also looks into gun access, mental health, the sheer force of an AR-15, and the lack on centrist experts on gun violence.
Fagone resolves that one obvious fix is to make background checks universal, a position with which even most NRA members agree, according to a poll conducted last spring by Republican strategist Frank Luntz.
Fagone also writes for Wired magazine and Philadelphia Magazine. His work had appeared in GQ, Esquire, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Slate and more.
Read the full post at: jasonfagone.com