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A spate of killings and random shootings defines, in a sick way, a nation. As Detroiter Kim Trent asks, where’s the outrage?
Perhaps seeing gun violence as part of the pattern of domestic terrorism will do more to move the needle on gun control.
John Cole, Cagle Cartoons, The Scranton Times-Tribune —
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Three weeks to the day before a gunman opened fire at L.A.’s airport, killing a TSA agent and wounding others, Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed bills that would have put new restrictions on the kind of weapon used in the shooting.
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