But I also feel that, if a public figure is going to be publicly brought down like this (yes, even by a private university), then the detailed findings of the investigation should likewise be made public, regardless of how embarrassing they are.I know others differ, but I think the need of the world to see that justice was done overrides MIT’s internal administrative needs, and even Prof.If someone wanted to build a fully automatic Mac-10 style submachine gun, it would probably cost about .Every electrician, plumber, and handyman in the country has the materials necessary to manufacture firearms in their shop. They aren’t like the chemicals necessary to manufacture methamphetamines.We are desensitized to violence, and we have a generation of people that do not have the coping skills necessary to deal with reality.Firearms are the Pandora’s Box of the United States.
Let’s take a look at the data: United Kingdom: The UK enacted its handgun ban in 1996.
Lewin’s privacy (the names of any victims could, of course, be kept secret).
More importantly, I wish to register that I disagree in the strongest possible terms with MIT’s decision to remove Prof.
The reasoning is pretty clear: you need rifles to overthrow a government.
Poverty has a greater correlation to violent crime than access to firearms. In short, we don’t have a gun problem in the United States, we have a cultural problem. Most people in the gun control lobby know nothing about firearms or their construction.