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Originally published in Dallas News Mothers of Sandy Hook victims are rightfully protesting today, wearing stickers reading “We Demand Change Now” outside the legislative hearing. It is our moral obligation to assist them. As a Muslim, I’ve witnessed parents of third world countries in the Middle East who grieve helplessly

Originally published in statesman.com When it comes to gun laws, why do the laws of our constitution supersede the laws of humanity? As an American, I love the freedom and democracy of this great country, but as an American, I too, like many, take for granted the sovereignty this country

Originally published in The Northwestern Justice is supposedly based on an impartial judicial system of crime and punishment. The world of law and order requires justice to be blind. The most basic principle of absolute justice requires us to overlook our personal interests for the sake of achieving a peaceful

Originally published in The Star Local Media Guns don’t kill people, people kill people – but is this really an excuse for the heinous acts that strip away innocent lives year after year? The vast majority of us are law-abiding, responsible gun owners. However, there will always be a select