The web is, of course, full of thoughtful pieces (and not so thoughtful pieces) about Friday’s tragedy.
Nicholas Kristof’s column in the New York Times was a definite keeper.
IN the harrowing aftermath of the school shooting in Connecticut, one thought wells in my mind: Why can’t we regulate guns as seriously as we do cars?
The fundamental reason kids are dying in massacres like this one is not that we have lunatics or criminals — all countries have them — but that we suffer from a political failure to regulate guns. Read More