Our guns and our fear 

Yet another multiple-victim shooting, this time just a couple of hours east of Rochester, in Herkimer and Mohawk. More deaths. More critical injuries, lockdowns, community trauma. And yet there seems little hope that Congress will enact a sensible gun control law. And…

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