Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper had the right idea when he refused to utter the suspected gunman's name in the Aurora multiplex theater shootings, which left 12 dead and 58 wounded.
I don't believe there was any political context to the shooting; not everything is political.
James Holmes is a human earthquake. We are as ill-equipped to predict the eruptions of such human beings as we are to predict the eruptions of the earth.
'Why don't you go around without armed bodyguards?"
Clearly, what our nation needs is more “separation of church and state.” If those obnoxious, right-wing Bible thumpers would simply quit bellowing about the need for revival – a return to the deeply held Judeo-Christian principles embraced by our Founding Fathers – America would be a much better place.
George Will argues gun law with Joe Klein on ABC.
MSNBC guest explains that Gotham's government losing the monopoly on violence created a failed state, then tied in the Colorado shooting.
Huckabee discusses the Colorado shooting and more.
I would venture to guess that the folks filing in to see the latest Batman installment in Aurora, Colorado last Thursday evening didn’t figure on over 70 of them getting shot before the credits rolled.
The senseless violence and the victims in mourning haven't stopped progressives from using this event as a platform to score political points on the issue of gun control. It’s sickening … and typical.
With the raging debates of public policy, cultural tolerance, political correctness, and all the other arenas that suck up the oxygen of what our media and attention tend to be saturated with, we seldom have the chance to see with such clarity the separation of truly what is good, and the horrors of absolute evil.
ABC News obtained a video of alleged shooter James Holmes at the age of 18, showing the suspect discussing scientific theories.
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