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December 15, 2012

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If this tragedy doesn't start a discussion on gun control now, nothing will.

quietly, Stephanie, I am saying to you, "wow." wow and thank you.

This post made the most sense
out of everything I've read
over the past few days.

Thank you for this beautiful and thoughtful post. "Reporter's guilt" is a phrase worth pondering. I join Jenny Factor (and, I am sure, many others)in applauding your efforts. DL

I have no words for this piece…so eloquently and powerfully written.

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