The elitists never let a tragedy go to waste. Why should we expect anything different in the wake of Las Vegas?


Sunday night started out as a beautiful evening in Las Vegas, with country music in the air and the lights of the Strip mingling with stars.

At least 59 people lost their lives at such a uniquely American scene, and more than 500 were injured.

Thousands more will fight emotional scars, and tens of thousands will grieve and question along with them.

The phenomena of the mass shooting -- and the political paralysis that follows us -- is sadly also a uniquely American scene.

But it doesn't have to be this way.

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