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Sandy Hook, like Columbine and even Gettysburg, reflects a sordid American self-portrait

This holiday season we have been so deeply saddened and frightened by the massacre at Sandy Hook. Then, just last week, firefighters in New York state, responding to an early morning blaze, were ambushed by the homeowner who used the exact…

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