I like to go for a little journey with these tracks. I go from the point of view of getting lost and then finding my way back.
Do you have a weather story?
I have a storm in my past and I lost two of my closest friends, but this time around I can be a little more confident. I hope.
A recent study done by the Public Health Institute shows that the most common cause of death in Texas, and in nearly every state in the US, is due to firearms. That’s not to say there aren’t complications. There are.
The study used data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on firearm-related fatalities, and then used the same CDC data on firearm-accidental deaths to produce a total of more than 3.6 million. I’ve written many times about gun suicide rates (which are higher for men and black people). It’s also worth noting that men are far more likely to die from suicide than women are. This is also confirmed by the study of the same CDC data:
And of course:
A few things that surprised, on the one hand, were how similar the results were for men and women — women were more likely to die from any weapon of death. As for suicides by gun:
Again, the findings are the same. The most common reason for death by any means is as suicide and the least common was an accident — something that a firearm can usually do (you know something’s wrong when guns kill you accidentally or accidentally).
While we’re talking about firearms, an additional analysis, this one of the deaths in Texas in 2011 by year-related cause, showed that gun ownership is only slightly correlated to a higher death rate. But it is correlated.
As the report notes, while there are a lot of reasons why people might be killed by firearms (fatal or incapacitating injuries, homicide, accidents (e.g., car crashes), and more), it’s generally not a suicide, an accident, or a homicide. That means someone who kills themselves with an edged weapon is actually more dangerous than a person who kills themselves with an illegal firearm.
I don’t believe that to be correct. I think “suicide in general” and the “legal-ownership” question are probably the single-most misleading questions in the entire “gun control” movement right now. The one that’s the most dishonest is to try and pretend guns are a problem not only because
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