Tragedy has struck again in the worst possible way.
Many of us had never heard of the quiet enclave of Newton, Connecticut. That town has now been etched into our hearts due to the tragic shooting of twenty-six people at Sandy Cook Elementary School. The events themselves have been extensively described, but the question is where we all go from here. Healing will take time. For some victims solace may be forever elusive.
Nobody has any practical answers, but many people will rush to declare themselves experts.
People want “something done,” but what can be done when a killer has zero interest in their own survival?