Canadian negotiators shouldn’t let themselves be intimidated. Their country’s best interests should guide them, not the interests of the American president and his sidekicks.
There is unending mourning in the U.S. because 325 million people live with 310 million guns.
The televised spectacle of blood in the streets, the ensuing displays of grief — they’ve become familiar enough to be numbing. Maybe this is the only way left for Americans to find fresh meaning in something so commonplace as a man firing a gun into a crowd.