James Gill: Does London prove the NRA is right?

James Gill: Does London prove the NRA is right?

Buy Now Traffic pass the Big Ben clock tower and Houses of Parliament in London, Monday, Oct. 10, 2011. Big Ben has a little bend. Experts say the world-famous neogothic clock tower is listing gently, and documents recently published by Britain’s Parliament show that the top of its gilded spire is about one-and-a-half feet (nearly half a meter) out of line. The tower – colloquially known as Big Ben after its massive bell – has been slightly off center since it was erected in the 19th century. Like many old buildings its position has been shifting imperceptibly for years as the ground beneath it subsides. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) Matt Dunham With Louisiana legislators joining the rush to file gun control bills after the Parkland massacre, comes news that London has had more murders this year as New York. This was not supposed to happen. Civilians are not allowed to […]

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