I send this comment in concern of your show's, as well as your networks lack of journalistic integrity when dealing with the mall shootings that recently occurred in our great nation. I have not once noticed in ANY broadcast, be it on this network or any other the mention of the "Weapons Policy" of the mall in question. Why does the media insist on ignoring that where these atrocities take place, good, honest, law-abiding Americans are explicitly denied the right to defend themselves? In Nebraska, as well as in many other states, the laws that provide for the citizen's right to carry a weapon in defense of himself also make it legal for businesses to ban them, in belief that their undermanned, undertrained, and unarmed security staff will suffice to pacify the public while they patronize the business. Do you, or any other network for that matter, understand that not even police officers, let alone unarmed security guards, have a legal obligation to protect you? Why then, do our current laws support a system where we must leave our own fates in the hands of those who are not required to protect us? The cold hard fact is that if you want to be safe and protected, you must be pro-active about it and take it upon yourself to be prepared. This means different things for different people. For me, and millions of other people in this great nation, it means arming ourselves with guns to defend what's ours, a sentiment shared by those great men who founded this nation. It is my hope, that from this tragedy, America will gain the realization that no one is going to protect them from the evils of this world. Unless they take the initiative to defend themselves, they, their property, and their families are all in danger of falling victim to egregious acts like the ones that took place in Omaha, or at Columbine, or on the campus of Virginia Tech. As Alexander Hamilton, the author of the Federalist Papers wrote, "the best we can hope for concerning the people at large is that they be properly armed."