Children Die and Parents Grieve, but Nothing Will Change

Gun deaths are one of many grave illnesses of the United States of America

Grieving woman. Photo by Milada Vigerova on Unsplash.

“Republicans will decry the carnage. Then, their leaders will call for a moment of silence, and perhaps offer a prayer.” — The author

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