The Denver Post published an opinion piece this week complaining that little has been done about gun control since the shootings twenty years ago at Columbine High School.
But, is gun control the answer to anything?
I think that we can all agree that the first step to dealing with a problem is to recognize and acknowledge what the problem really is.
Kids used to take guns to school for school-sponsored target shooting events, and they never shot at each other, and there were almost no mass shootings of any kind. Now, guns are the epitome and embodiment of danger and kids aren’t supposed to have access to them, but yet they keep shooting each other.
Hey, Denver Post! How about you do a story on why and how that changed instead of trying to push an anti-guns narrative?