Liberalism Drives Men to Madness

The shooting in Aurora, CO dominated the news this weekend, and not just in America.  It was world news.  The tragedy reminded me of a recurring question people have been pondering for at least a decade: why are so many of these incidents happening now? The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence reports that the United States has experienced an average of around 20 mass shootings each year since 2005. There was the rampage at Virginia Tech in 2007 that left 32 people dead.  Only three days prior to the Aurora shooting, 17 people were injured in Tuscaloosa, Alabama after a gunman opened fire in a downtown bar, and one week before that, three people were killed and two were injured after another rampage erupted during a Dover, Delaware soccer tournament.  The Fort Hood massacre occurred in 2009, two years after Virginia Tech, with 13 people losing their lives in that event. The evidence is pretty clear that we are having far more mass shooting these days than we had...(Read Full Article)