Publisher: Philtrum Press
Pages no: 25
, True Crime
, Short Stories
, Social Issues
[Edited this review because I was being mean and unfair right about this area here, and it was, rightly, called to my attention. My apologies.]Stephen King and I differ in regards to our stance on policy, in that I would be wholly and completely in favor of banning all guns outright. However, since ...
I took away one star because while I agree that reasonable limitations need to be set on the availability and types of firearms that one is allowed to lawfully own, I believe that any attempt to lessen gun violence needs to also address the deplorable state of mental health care in this country. Au...
Let's be frank. This 25 page essay is not an unbiased look at the issue of gun control. I didn't expect it to be. King's stance on the issue is a balanced and reasonable approach for reasonable people. He supports the right to have guns (he owns three) but also supports universal background checks a...
That was awesome. Leaning perhaps a little to heavily on false equivalence between liberal and conservative thought, and not enough on gun deaths which are accidental, but that's just me.I bought it.
The first thing I've ever read from King and also the first "book" I've read on a Kindle. This is a short essay by King about his opinions on gun-control, violent media, etc. It's nice to see someone talk about these issues who is not some far right winger who'd drive around in a tank if he could, n...
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