This...hints at the beginning of a new era of political activism, a tradition that on many occasions has played a vital role in the U.S.
Arguments simply have no grip on people for whom carrying a gun ... is an important part of their identity.
[S]o much of the absurd defense of the Second Amendment to the Constitution has become a matter of big money.
Will the multiplying massacres begin to act on Americans’ conscience?
This time it is the young - the future generation of voters, leaders and adults - who are beginning to teach a lesson to their elders.
'You cannot make a gun owner believe that he is the Parkland shooter. Because he isn’t. And let’s face it, somewhere, deep in your heart, you think he is.'
The student movement emerged with the same unexpected spontaneity with which minors were forced to become live witnesses to the deaths of their peers.
Are you familiar with the story of Wyatt Earp and the movie version? Probably so. It’s the most iconic shootout in the history of the American West. But in reality, that pistol fight at the O.K. Corral in October 1881 lasted 30 seconds and claimed only three lives. Many might say that such a shooting today wouldn’t [Read more]
Eventually some school shooting is going to be the last. Even in America.