The Islamic State’s inhumanity is profound and widespread and should not be underestimated, writes columnist David Brooks.
Thank you for publishing a timely editorial concerning a critical social issue . As The Times rightly points out, the firearms carnage is unacceptable and perhaps, ultimately, unsustainable. The Times states that “this isn’t a lost cause,” but deftly avoided the gorilla in the room. Until it is confronted in a meaningful way, nothing much...
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