(Pent-Up Rage Breeds Tragedy)

Toward the end, she concludes we have to look at human behavior and personal responsibility to help prevent school shootings. She specifically takes the focus away from relying on more technology and draconian restrictions. That's only a small step away from saying we have to stop blaming guns and look at the people responsible for tragedies. She's daring to stray quite far from the standard liberal agenda in doing this. I've taken issue with a number of her editorials, but I think she's the only Daily Press writer who actually has some interest in thinking independently. (She also has said she grew up around guns, and recently said she plans to get a CCW)