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  • MILLER: Bloomberg, Obama and liberal media muzzled about gun crime decline

    05/10/2013 9:58:48 AM PDT · by marktwain · 14 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | 9 May, 2013 | Emily Miller
    New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg has not made a peep about gun control since news came out that firearms-related deaths were way down. President Obama has ignored it and continued to pursue more gun-control laws. Their reaction shows how this news screws up their agenda to keep the decline in gun-related homicides a secret from Americans so that they can pass restrictions on the Second Amendment.The Justice Department released a study Tuesday that showed firearm-related homicides in the U.S. annually declined 39 percent from 18,253 in 1993 to 11,101 in 2011. Nonfatal firearm crimes declined 69 percent from 1.5 million...
  • Report: Sharp drop in gun violence, but most killings still involve firearms

    05/07/2013 2:40:00 PM PDT · by Seizethecarp · 48 replies
    Washington Post ^ | May 7, 2013 | Jerry Markon
    Gun violence has dropped dramatically nationwide over the past two decades, but nearly three-quarters of all homicides are still committed with a firearm, the Justice Department said... The report, by the departmentís Bureau of Justice Statistics, painted an encouraging picture of long-term trends at a time of divisive political debate over guns and legislation to regulate them. Firearms-related homicides declined 39 percent between 1993 and 2011, the report said, while nonfatal firearms crimes fell 69 percent during that period. The biggest setback for the White House was the defeat of a compromise measure to expand background checks for firearms purchases....