Aurora Shooting

"It took me several times reading it for it to hit me that it was for real," Terra Pinkard said of the text from husband Josh Pinkard.
Chelsea Sobolik, 29, Fort Collins, Colorado. Aurora theater shooting, July 20, 2012. Chelsea Sobolik had just come off a
Americans who live through mass shootings often need extensive mental health treatment. Charity can't pay for it all.
You know more effective gun control measures are coming, including the banning of military assault weapons like the AR-15
The Senate's failure to impose the bare minimum gun safety measures is unconscionable and I will do my best to remove these cowards from office for dereliction of duty.
Despite #3 being the only item we can actually impact, the answer is always, inevitably, dumbfoundingly, more guns. Thus
"That's the kind of reckless language that creates division, it doesn't bring people together."
Jurors ruled in favor of Cinemark USA Inc in the lawsuit filed by more than two dozen surviving victims and relatives of the dead, court spokesman Rob McCallum said on Twitter.
Guns. Where to begin? The very word is loaded, pun intended. There is always a why, a reason, for even to the most horrific, mind-boggling and seemingly senseless of situations. Even when it's the murder of 20 small children in Newtown, Connecticut a few weeks before Christmas, 2012.
She accused the Democratic presidential candidate of laughing about gun violence and having no compassion for victims.
Traveling from city to city in the U.S. and having the gut wrenching task of asking people to relive their most heartbreaking moments, I began to see through the smoke and mirrors the NRA has so masterfully created.
Breaking bad habits requires discipline. That's what it's going to take to get major media outlets and big-time journalists to stop giving fame and celebrity status to rampagers -- the mass shooters who are killing and debilitating innocent victims at epidemic proportions.
I don't know what the answers are, but I do know that I am sad and I am angry, and that living in this gun crazed culture where a stray or intended bullet might find me or my children at any time sure doesn't feel like living.
I was in school when I first heard about it. The librarian, who I helped once a week in the modest building at the center of school pulled me from the stacks. I remember her face, usually kind but reserved she looked terrified.
Thirty minutes before a gunman opened fire in a crowded movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, in 2012, Jessica Ghawi sent her last words to her mother.
We're all here because we've been lucky, but we're taking it for granted. This kind of thing cannot happen again. Children should not feel the need to practice having a conversation with someone who wants to kill them. Teachers should not be asked to die for their students.