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How would the NTSB tackle the gun violence problem?
We know there’s a tool for each job:
> A hammer is used to drive a nail; a screwdriver turns a screw.
> Smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms are sensitive to different materials.
> Cancer treatments vary according to various factors, including the kind of cancer, patient etc..
Disappointment results when the wrong tool is utilized.
Regarding mass shootings, politicians tell the public: “We can stop these. We need to change!”
There’s no doubt that we want to eliminate these tragic events.
But who is “We” that knows how to stop them? What tools are needed?
And who is “We” that needs to change? What kind of change?
Who knows how to connect the dots?
Mr. Joe Biden has been assigned to investigate these matters to make us safer.
Would his staff benefit from the NTSB?
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigates certain accidents with the intention of making our travels safe. “The Board's most important product is the safety recommendation. The NTSB has issued about 13,000 safety recommendations in its history, the vast majority of which have been adopted in whole or in part by the entities to which they were directed.”
We see many benefits of the effective “tools” they have produced.
How would the NTSB tackle the problems seen with gun violence and control?