On June 27, 2011, the U.S. Resolved the case of Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association. It’s ruling not only decreed the protection of video games under the First Amendment but also established that video game content could not be regulated by governments. The main driving force for this ruling was the lack of convincing psychological evidence linking violent video games to violent behaviors.
Bang! Bang! Bang! Guns are fired: innocent lives are destroyed. The presence of mass shootings has become rather commonplace in today’s society. Hate groups run rampant and prejudiced radicals spread their toxicity to the general public via social media. The recent Pittsburg shooting that cost several Jewish men and women their lives is an example of the extreme hatred and racism that permeates our nation.