Why haven’t we reached the tipping point on violence?

    Two mass killings in two weeks.

    From Chicago to Philadelphia, killing after killing after more killings.

    Politicians debating (or not) gun laws.

    Citizens left to set up shrines, candlelight vigils and town watch walks to remember the dead.

    To what end?

    What’s it going to take before something of some actual consequence changes the epidemic of violence in this country?

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