By Nathan Barton
As I said in part 1, war came to the streets of America again this weekend. In a way far more familiar to much of the rest of the world than such things as the Orlando or Columbine or Nashville church events are to Americans. (Indeed, the butcher’s bill in Nevada might even have been a bad day in Mesopotamia or Syria.)
Again, my prayers are for the families and survivors of the Las Vegas Massacre. And I recognize the courage of those, whether in uniform or not, who tried to protect others.
In the first commentary on this, I considered why the murderer did this evil deed. And how he could have developed into the monster he was.
Now let us consider how he did this, and whether or not anything can be done to keep this from happening again. Beyond trying to raise new…
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