Last week, the nation was rocked by another mass shooting that resulted in the death of five employees and the injury of two more at the headquarters of an Annapolis Newspaper, the Capital Gazette.
I will not name the shooter because I firmly believe that naming these kinds of people only brings the fame that so many seek, but I will name his victims in honor of the dead: Rob Hiaasen, Wendi Winters, Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, and Rebecca Smith were all killed. Rachael Pacella and Janel Cooley were wounded.
What I’m about to write is not out of a desire to politicize these people’s death; rather I write it in hopes that incidents like this can one day be almost unheard of — and we’re a long way from that.
There were two things about this attack that make a very strong argument for workplace carry, specifically in contrast to other possible action to curtail gun violence.
One major point that is being brought up in some circles — but not often enough — is just how quickly law enforcement was able to get onto the scene. As The Baltimore Sun reports, law enforcement personnel were on-site in under …Read the Rest
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