Pretty good read. I'm still digesting it, but it presents a more reasonable approach to the issue of gun control. I don't agree with the concept of "gun control" (as commonly referenced) at all, but I agree there need to be gun laws. What's "reasonable" is apparently pretty subjective, and to date, hasn't been dictated by logic (the so-called "assault weapons ban," for example).
There's a counter-point, too. Comments?