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"Run," he cried, and having jogged the survival instincts of his nine classmates, having woken them to the possibilities still there before them, Jesse went down, the first fresh bullet cutting his young life short.
Newtown changed all of us forever, and now our obligation is to change the world for the better. And that means keeping faith with the families, and all Americans, in seeking to prevent such horrors from happening.
I'm offering an amendment to the Senate's gun violence prevention measure that would ban high-capacity magazines, a common-sense proposal that a majority of Americans support. Passing this amendment is not only the right thing to do, it's the smart thing to do.
Insurance companies could do what the government can neither afford nor accomplish -- they could reduce the risk of harm to the rest of us by forcing individual gun owners to act responsibly.
The whole focus on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines as the cornerstones of the agenda is still a compromise to gun owners and the NRA that they won't ever accept anyway. So why stop there?
Before going on a murderous rampage, Adam Lanza reportedly destroyed his hard drive, but experts say clues for his motive can still be found in his Internet history.
"Your Internet history is very telling," said Monique Ferraro, an attorney and digital forensics expert. "Even without a
While we need training and a license to drive a car, pilot a plane and even own a gun -- activities that are regulated by our government -- what we need most and can regulate ourselves are the keys to raising healthy and moral children.
From the Associated Press' Pete Yost: WASHINGTON — The suspect in the Connecticut school shootings is Adam Lanza, 20, the