The shooter in Parkland, Florida’s recent massacre was the product of broken homes. His adoptive parents had both passed away. Pat Buchanan asks at The American Conservative, where was Cruz, in an America falling further away from its Christian moral traditions, supposed to learn right and wrong?
Among the reasons gun-owners prize the AR-15 is that, not only in movies and TV shows is it the hero’s—and the villain’s—weapon of choice, but in real life, these are the kinds of rifles carried by the America’s most-admired warriors.
They are the modern version of muskets over the fireplace.
Another factor helps to explain what happened Wednesday: We are a formerly Christian society in an advanced state of decomposition.
Nikolas Cruz was a product of broken families. He was adopted. Both adoptive parents had died. Where did he get his ideas of right and wrong, good and evil?
Read more here.
As I have written before, there are things you can do to protect yourself from the crazed murderers in the world. If you haven’t already applied for a concealed carry permit, now is the time.
Pat Buchanan on The Laura Ingraham Show (10/4/2017)
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