John Gramlich

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The slaughter of children in Newtown, Connecticut has infused new energy into the gun control movement.  Will a new strategy sound like good politics to some Republicans?  Will there…

Will the Newtown Massacre be the “Tipping Point” for Gun Control?

The slaughter of children in Newtown, Connecticut has infused new energy into the gun control movement.  Will a new strategy sound like good politics to some Republicans?  Will there…

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The slaughter of children in Newtown, Connecticut has infused new energy into the gun control movement.  Will a new strategy sound like good politics to some Republicans?  Will there…

Will the Newtown Massacre be the “Tipping Point” for Gun Control?

The slaughter of children in Newtown, Connecticut has infused new energy into the gun control movement.  Will a new strategy sound like good politics to some Republicans?  Will there…

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In last week's  vice presidential debate , Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan disagreed last week on questions central to controversy about women's rights.

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In last week's vice presidential debate , Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan disagreed last week on questions central to controversy about women's rights.

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