Who gets to decide when violence is acceptable, moral, and even Christian? Who gets to decide that a brick in Baltimore is more violent than—just this week—a police officer’s gun in Louisiana, or, for that matter, a drone in Pakistan?
It is not suppose to happen here." This phrase is uttered after every mass killing in pristine and pure suburban America. The latest casualty in American gun culture was described by the Consoler-in-Chief as a "quiet town full of good and decent people." Six and 7-year-old bodies riddled with military grade bullets fired by an assault weapon not in Baghdad or Kabul but a rather small town "that could be any town in America."