The behavior of many on the Left this week sent a message that not only do they not ‘get’ the other half of the country, they don’t want to. That’s a recipe for losing elections.
Had gun controllers’ proposed rules been in place, they would not have prevented America’s recent high-profile mass shootings.
Did the same media that condemned Republicans for allegedly inspiring the Gabby Giffords shooting condemn today’s hysterical anti-Trump climate? Of course not.
A New York Times editorial blames Republicans for violence against Democrats despite no relationship, and blames Republicans for violence against Republicans when the perpetrator is a progressive activist.
If ‘inflammatory rhetoric’ poisons the well of civility, then certainly liberals bear some responsibility for Wednesday’s hideous assault against Republicans.
An Illinois man allegedly shot at Republicans who were practicing at a baseball field in Virginia Wednesday morning, injuring four.
Brian Stelter didn’t intend to suggest video games caused the shooting, but that’s how it came across to some gamers, who have seen their pastime linked time and again to violent behavior.
If you’re scared an Arab is going to kill you, you need to question your narrative. You need to do the same if you’re walking down the street fearing the cops are going to shoot you.
In the context of concerns about police brutality and growing mental health problems in our society, police officers discuss weak points in our social safety nets.
Black Lives Matter is explicitly anti-cop and, if you think anything else, you’re just not listening to them.
Do black lives matter to the thugs who steal from the innocent in their community and assault them? Do black lives matter to a culture that demeans and dehumanizes women?
We’re not saying black lives don’t matter if we wait until the facts are in on any violent incident before rushing to use it to push our preferred solutions.
A concealed carrier stopped a shooter in his tracks when the latter opened fire on a crowd of people at a nightclub in South Carolina early Sunday morning.
The Nobel-winning president that the world once loved dropped bombs on his own authority in a hyped gun violence speech last night that mostly highlighted his lame-duck status.
We don’t yet know much about Friday’s shooting at a Planned Parenthood facility. But we do know that evil exists, and suffering shouldn’t be exploited for political gain.
When someone says the United States ought to adopt Australia’s gun laws, he is really saying that gun control is worth risking violent insurrection.
Creating a hierarchy of oppression to answer for the events in Charleston sets back the healing our country needs. And none of us can afford setbacks now.
We can’t fix evil like cop shootings by trying to pin it on each other. Instead, we all need to do the hard work of reconciliation.
As we close out 2014, as another sad day of violence ends, could we also try to see the best in each other’s arguments?
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