Senate Republicans and the National Rifle Association are siding with the world’s worst terrorist states on  THIS MATTER:


After more than a decade of efforts to regulate the $70 billion international arms trade, the United Nations’ General Assembly [above] on Tuesday adopted the Arms Trade Treaty despite opposition from human-rights abusers around the world and the United States gun lobby.


Contrary to the rhetoric from the National Rifle Association and other opponents, the treaty doesn’t dictate domestic gun laws in member countries. It requires signatories to establish controls on the import and export of conventional arms including tanks, missile launchers, fully automatic ...

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Senate Republicans and the National Rifle Association are siding with the world’s worst terrorist states on  THIS MATTER:

After more than a decade of efforts to regulate the $70 billion international arms trade, the United Nations’ General Assembly [above] on Tuesday adopted the Arms Trade Treaty despite opposition from human-rights abusers around the world and the United States gun lobby.

Contrary to the rhetoric from the National Rifle Association and other opponents, the treaty doesn’t dictate domestic gun laws in member countries. It requires signatories to establish controls on the import and export of conventional arms including tanks, missile launchers, fully automatic ...

Read more