The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #265

  1. Why Does the U.S. Have So Many Mass Shootings? Research Is Clear: Guns. —NYT
  2. Firearms overtook auto accidents as the leading cause of death in children. —NPR
  3. America’s gun culture in seven charts. —BBC
  4. What the data says about gun deaths in the U.S. —Pew
  5. The facts on mass shootings, guns in the United States. —Politifact
  6. 11 Undeniable Facts About Mass Shootings in America. —Reader’s Digest
  7. 277 Active Shooter Incidents in the United States From 2000 to 2018. —FBI
  8. Gun deaths in US reach highest level in nearly 40 years, CDC data reveal. —CNN
  9. There were more mass shootings than days in 2019. —CBS
  10. Gun deaths surged during the pandemic’s first year, the C.D.C. reports. —NYT
  11. Lobbying by gun rights groups hit a spending record in 2021. They outspent gun control by more than 5x. —Fortune
  12. Why can’t America do anything to stop mass shootings? —The Guardian
  13. More Than One Mass Shooting Per Day Has Occurred In 2021. —Forbes
  14. America is the only rich country that has frequent mass shootings. —The Economist
  15. Mass shootings in the US are on the rise. What makes American men so dangerous? —Sociological Images
  16. The money powering the NRA. —CNN Money
  17. Which Senators Have Taken the Most NRA Money? —Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
  18. The gun lobby: See how much your representative gets. —Politico
  19. Gun Violence Archive: Mass shootings in 2022. —GVA
  20. What works to reduce gun deaths. —The Economist
  21. How to Contact Your Elected Representative About Gun Control. —Time
  22. Donate to Everytown.

Image: Chart by The New York Times