The tech-heavy, liberal-leaning staff/following of The Verge seems like an interesting location to have this conversation, so I figured I'd try.
Today a terrible, terrible thing happened in Connecticut and like clockwork, my Twitter feed exploded with cries about why firearms are falling into the hands of people would commit these terrible deeds. Or, how if guns were banned, the violence would be mitigated. But I have yet to read a convincing story for gun control that isn't "ban all guns" or "ban arbitrary selections of guns". It's the liberalized version of Obamacare that conservative factions (such as myself) push against: we don't want it, but we just don't know what the solution is.
Thoughts? If you're for gun control, how do we implement it?