Mass murder in the United States

Some men simply snap.

Some feel that the world, the system, their boss, or whatever, have been unjust to them, and they’re filled with rage and desire revenge.

Some are mentally ill.

Some are terrorists bent on advancing a cause.

And some are just plain evil.

Sometimes it’s all of the above.

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The Prozac presidency

This is odd:

Under George H.W. Bush, there were 12 mass murders that took place in the U.S.

Under Bill Clinton, 23.

Under George W. Bush, 20.

Under Barack Obama, 162.

Under the most liberal, most anti-gun president in U.S. history, mass murder has exploded…

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Brief thoughts on the latest mass killings

By Tom Quiner I’m not surprised. It’s a horrible¬†thing to say, but the latest mass killings in Santa Barbara didn’t even make the front page of the Des Moines Register. Mass killing is losing its ability to shock. They keep happening, typically perpetrated by some disaffected young person looking to get revenge against a world…

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