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    Hard Answers To Difficult Questions

    Hard Answers To Difficult Questions

    By Cam Edwards
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    October 11th. 2017



    When it comes to active-shooter attacks like in Las Vegas, the answers are even more opaque. Even Feinstein admitted that she doesn’t know of any law that could’ve stopped that vicious killer. Better access to mental health and fewer stigmas around mental health treatment would be a great place to start. But I keep coming back to a question Tucker Carlson asked NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox recently:

    “These things didn’t happen when we were kids. So, what’s changed?”

    In truth, these things did happen when we were kids, or even before we were born. And criminologist James Alan Fox says these types of attacks are not happening more frequently than in the past.
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    I would suggest it is a spiritual problem more than a mental problem. Flame away...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmonarch View Post
    I would suggest it is a spiritual problem more than a mental problem. Flame away...
    Amen to that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmonarch View Post
    I would suggest it is a spiritual problem more than a mental problem. Flame away...
    Say what you want about religion it did teach us as kids to develop a moral center of right and wrong. And this from an atheist, I don't believe but the lesson's taught.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DV8r View Post
    Amen to that!
    and AMEN

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    Quote Originally Posted by kryl View Post
    and AMEN
    Aaaaaand, Amen to that as well!

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