Source: Wall Street Journal
Those who say gun control is the answer to massacres like Sunday’s in Las Vegas are really saying they are willing to live with such outrages.
Gun-control proposals always float up in the aftermath of mass shootings, singularly detached from any plan that could be carried out, much less command majority support from the U.S. electorate. A law banning gun sales is not in the cards. A law seriously curtailing private gun ownership, as exists in the U.K., is not in the cards. If it were, enforcing it would be a whole other nightmare.