Making Sense of Insane Military Base Security

Once again, a U.S. military base has suffered a security breach.  Whether it's at Fort Hood or at the Washington Navy Yard, or elsewhere, family members and the soldiers themselves should never have to endure the fear of not being safe on a U.S. military post.  Yet President Obama eulogized the twelve victims by calling for more gun control.  American Thinker interviewed those with knowledge of security on statewide installations and found that they do not agree with their commander-in-chief.  Instead, they blame rules and regulations and ineffective security for the mass killings. At the memorial service, President Obama said, "Our tears are not enough.  Our words and our prayers are not enough.  If we really want to honor these 12 men and women, if we really want to be a country where we can go to work and go to school and walk our streets free from senseless violence without so many lives being stolen by a bullet from a gun, then we're going to have...(Read Full Article)