Tag Archives: mass shootings

Time to Stop the Bleeding

Alan Zendell, April 19, 2021 There’s been a rash of deaths associated with gun violence this year. Idivide them into categories: Individual/domestic incidents, mass shootings, andpolice-involved shootings. Our attention is sharply focused when something in thesecond or third category occurs, … Continue reading

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Americans’ Obsession With Guns

Alan Zendell, April 16th, 2021 The first report I saw of the April 15th mass shooting at a Fedex facility in Indianapolis described it as “the country’s deadliest shooting since 10 people were killed March 22 in a grocery shooting in … Continue reading

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A Nation Spinning Out of Control

Alan Zendell, March 23, 2021 We’re all weary from what we experienced in the last year. We’ve suffered terribly from the pandemic, losing friends and family members, jobs, and careers. Our children’s educations have been disrupted. We talk about things returning … Continue reading

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Deadly Carousel

Alan Zendell, November 9, 2018 The Sandy Hook massacre occurred almost six years ago. In case you’ve erased it from your memory, twenty-seven people, mostly young children, were gunned down by a heavily armed, mentally unstable young man because he … Continue reading

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