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Lessons from Boston and Chechnya

The Original King Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 11:18 AM
what are you talking about...what specifically did I not hear properly? I'm always amazed at the number of posts like yours in this forum. Why bother making a very vague, unspecific post about me "not hearing properly". If you think I'm wrong about something or mis-heard something, tell me exactly what it was. If your point is that Prager DID condemn those fellow conservatives for their stances, give me the specifics...hell, I'd have a bit more repsect for him as a result.
We cannot bring back the stolen lives. We cannot bring back the lost limbs or the lost hearing. And we cannot mitigate the infinite grief of the victims' loved ones.

But there is something we can and must do: We must learn all the lessons we can.

Here are some:

1. The gulf between the decent and the indecent

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the older brother, once told an interviewer before a Golden Gloves boxing competition: "I don't have a single American friend. I don't understand them."

The reason Tsarnaev didn't understand Americans was not primarily cultural. Tsarnaev came to America when he was 14 or 15, an...