"We have a long way to go in terms of developing laws that would have more precise criteria for determining who is at risk for gun violence and who should have their guns removed. It also suggests that we need more than one kind of policy. People always ask me, 'What's the one thing we should do?' It's not a one thing problem."
The Washington Post
Ph.D. student Isak Tranvik is spending the summer at a shelter for migrants either trying to cross the border or deportees recently expelled from the United States. There he met “James,” who put a human face on the risks that migrants face trying to reach the U.S.
From Sept. 21-24, Duke and the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists (AAEC) will jointly host a political cartoon and satire festival on Duke’s campus that will be open to the public. In the time leading up to that event, some of the political cartoonists who will attend the festival have graciously agreed to let Campaign Stop republish their work. We start today with a cartoon from Kevin “Kal” Kallaugher, a political cartoonist for The Economist and the Baltimore Sun who uses the pen name KAL.