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'Gun Culture' -- What About the 'Fatherless Culture'?

KJQ Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 8:42 AM
Larry: Thanks so much for writing this article. Sadly, had a white man written it he would likely be accused of racism. I would ad that the problem of fatherless homes is not unique to black families, just the worst there. The true problems we face in America are moral ones, not economic or political per se.
LouisianaMan225 Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 10:56 PM
Indeed, and sadly, Larry will be written off by libs as a black man who sold out, Uncle Tom, etc., when what his article displays and urges is manhood in its true forms: son, husband, father, citizen.
Polly1 Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 9:58 AM
Before Johnson's "Great Society," the black family was exceptionally strong. As it turns out, destroying something good is much easier than building it was/will be.

The face of gun violence is not Sandy Hook. It is Chicago.

In 2012, President Barack Obama's adopted hometown had 506 murders, including more than 60 children. Philadelphia, a city that local television newscasters frequently call 'Killadelphia," saw 331 killed last year. In Detroit, 386 people were murdered.

Since 1966, there have been 90 school shootings in the U.S., with 231 fatalities. Yes, Sandy Hook shocked us. But the odds of a child being killed at a school shooting are longer than the odds of being struck by lightning.

Of the 11,000 to 12,000 gun murders each...