Around the world, people are aghast at the latest atrocity in the US, involving military-grade weapons, easily acquired, often lawfully owned.
Flummoxed at how such unspeakable brutalities are allowed to occur, and then simply occur again.
The Las Vegas mass shooting is “the worst in US history” but so what?
This is mere headline.
The unknowns about next time are not if but where, when, and how many?
If the deaths of 20 six- and seven-year olds and their teachers at Sandy Hook in 2012 didn’t shake the polity free from the “cold dead hand” of the National Rifle Association, then…