Gun Control

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
A man carries a handgun in a concealed holster. (Photo: Ibro Palic/Flickr/c
"This is much-needed good news following recent high-profile gun massacres in Atlanta and Boulder," said Kris Brown, president of the gun control group Brady: United Against Gun Violence.
Kenny Stancil, staff writer
A person is loaded onto a stretcher after a gunman opened fire at a King Soopers grocery store on March 22, 2021 in Boulder, Colorado. (Photo: Chet Strange/Getty Images)
"Our nation is being held hostage by the gun industry, and until the industry...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
Healthcare workers walk out of a King Sooper's Grocery store after a gunman opened fire on March 22, 2021 in Boulder, Colorado.
"You're going to see another round of 'we can't do anything yet, there was a...

Further

Another one. This time in Kentucky. Two killed, 18 injured. The 11th school shooting of the year, and it's still January. Barely a blip in the heedless news 'cause same old: Close-knit town, people shocked and grieving, good kids and "sweet souls" who will be missed, police searching for a reason for a 15-year-old to open fire, pols sending their goddamn thoughts and prayers. "In our time," goes the poem, "About death... We knew too much."