But they will never really do it. While doing a little research on Rebecca Peters (I had a couple search engine hits on her name, making me wonder what she’s up to now), I came across this on the soros.org website:
Rebecca Peters will research gun violence and gun control laws internationally, so that countries considering the reform of their gun laws can be informed by the experience elsewhere.
Well, that would actually be great, except that the study will ignore the actual experiences. Like gun crime increasing in England and Australia after the ban. Or the success of concealed carry in the US. That research would show that gun control does not work, but we will never see a result like “Gun control doesn’t work, England and Australia should reform their laws by allowing private ownership and concealed carry.”