The horrific church shooting in Charleston, S.C., leaves the nation at an all too familiar juncture — whether to do something positive to repair society’s vulnerabilities or to once again absorb an intolerable wound by going through what has become a woeful ritual of deep grief followed by shallow resolve to move on toward . . . what? Toward the inevitable carnage next time.So begins a New York Times an editorial about the killings in Charleston, South Carolina.
Friday, June 19, 2015
By Michael Leddy at 2:24 PM