PHILADELPHIA (JSC) — So, it happened again. But, deep in your heart, you knew it would, right? On Monday morning, many of us woke up to our news alerts having gone crazy overnight (or, in my case, in real time) of the horrific massacre in Las Vegas.
This isn’t even the first episode that will address a horrific mass shooting — Episode 11 was the first. This one, however, is infuriating for a different reason. A man was able to stockpile weapons, kill more people than died on one of the hijacked flights on Sept. 11, 2001, rack up a number of casualties that rivals that of the Oklahoma City bombing, and then kill himself before facing consequences. Yet, this still doesn’t seem to be enough to force any sort of change.
This week, a monologue on Las Vegas, gun control, and when will this country take responsibility for what it has wrought with its strident love of firearms.
A New Episode drops every week — usually on Thursday or Friday.
Coming up on Episode No. 52 of JSC Radio:
- Why can’t we shake this obsession with guns?
- The excuses for why guns can’t be regulated get dumber by the day.
- Where does this end?
- Stop evoking Chicago to try to cover yourself from dealing with this scourge.
- I talk about things that are harder to obtain than guns in the United States.
- Why does anyone need to have an AK-47 or an AR-15…let alone 42 OF THEM!?
- Hitting the hypocrisy of gun policy in this country
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Until Next Time, That’s The Way It Is. Friday, October 6, 2017.
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