I think she represented a dissenting opinion within the conservative blogging community. What I find alarming about it is not so much that she was fired from an a blog site, after all it is a partisan website that can provide a platform to the writers they wish to hire based on whatever idealogical criteria they want. I’m disturbed that TownHall wouldn’t want her opinion, particularly because it was high yielding. It smacks internal politics over substance.
This is so sad. It is pathetic that another school in another community is going through this awful experience. People think it is just the kids in the school who are affected by it is everyone. The students and teachers and staff and parents are most affected but everyone is touched in a horrible way.
As awful as it is, I hope that with every event, it opens up people’s eyes more and more that this is unacceptable. That we need common sense laws. That we need to vote out lawmakers who won’t make laws.
And that the survivors can continue to point at the hypocrisy, loudly, like guns being banned from the NRA conference because the Vice President was speaking. The way the NRA speaks you’d think a hotel full of “good guys with guns” would be the safest place in the whole land… guess the Secret Service knows something different.
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