From ABC News:

_Daniel Gross, the CEO and co-founder of PAX, the nation’s largest nonpartisan gun violence prevention organization, said that 40 percent of homes with children have a gun.

“Nearly 1.7 million children live in homes with firearms that are loaded and unlocked, and every day eight children die from guns,” he said. “These statistics are unacceptable. Parents can help make their children safer. All they have to do is ask. Parents ask all sorts of questions to protect their children when they go play at the home of a friend, neighbor or relative. But there is one important question that more than half of parents say it never even occurred to them to ask: Is there a gun where my child plays?”

The NRA links PAX to anti-gun causes, which begs the question: Is the above tainted with anti-gun propaganda or is it just common-sense advice to parents?