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"I'm a Good Person, So Why Was I Shot?"

Four months after Orlando What does it mean to really survive? What was it like before mass shootings were routine? These questions from the morning newspaper resonated and triggered this commentary. Mass shootings are the price America pays for ignoring gun safety. Normal people can buy guns. Crazy people can buy guns. Battle enactors can buy guns. Criminals can buy guns.
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