Sunday May 5. Relaxing morning, reading the Times. Good coffee, then a run, and then it was time to drive to Holliston to attend Gun Training and Safety School at the Mass Firearms School. Brent Carlton, a founder of Commonwealth Second Amendment, would be my instructor. I was to be his guest as a follow-up to our [...]
About Steve SeecheSteve Seeche is a retired lawyer and business consultant. He serves as a community mediator, arbitrator, and hearing officer for the Ethics Commission of the Board of Bar Overseers. In addition to his service on the board of Public Conversations, he serves on the boards of Mediators Beyond Boarders and North Shore Community College.
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I am not violently opposed to guns, but they play no part in my life and I cannot think of a person I know who owns one. As such, I know very little about them, their distinctions and uses. When it comes to the controversy over guns, I think of gun violence—suicide impulses acted upon, family shootings, Newtown [...]
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