By Christopher Natale:
People had guns in the 1950s (and in the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s), and the gun laws were more lenient than today, so why wasn’t there an epidemic of school shootings back then? What’s changed, especially in the lives and minds of many young people, over the last two decades?
A lot has changed. From accelerated “progressive” cultural rot to more broken and latchkey homes to incredibly easy access to violence and sex via TV, movies, the internet and social media, and video games, all of these can be listed as possible contributors to the scourge of heinous behavior — much of which is perpetrated by males under the age of 30.
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