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Sandy Hook Shooting Demands More Than Knee-Jerk Anti-Gun Response

Bruce Deitrick Price Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 2:09 PM
The best thing we can do, as a society, is to get all the facts straight. There are many contradictions and many things that are just weird. (As in the Aurora case.) One interesting thing about Aurora is that it was a huge crime/nightmare/story for a few weeks. Then the discrepancies began to mount up. That is, the story was just getting interesting, you might think. But the media lost interest, and turned way. Suddenly, that's how I remember it.. In other words, the media wanted only an anti-gun story. They did everything to push that. But as soon as other elements intruded, they got bored...Let's see if it happens again.

One week ago, a lone lunatic took the lives of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Sadly -- yet, predictably -- before the crime scene was even secured by police, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg took to his bully pulpit to issue another in his endless demands for more stringent gun control.

There is no question the Sandy Hook shooting is a tragedy of horrible dimensions. Nor is there any question the incident is another red flag that something is not right with the culture of our nation. Half of the...