Michael Filozof at American Thinker takes the words right out of my mouth:
Another mass homicide, and another round of the usual media drivel. It was a “senseless tragedy.” “Shocking.” The suspect was “quiet” and a “loner.” He “must’ve just snapped.” More pictures from the suspect’s high school yearbook, more predictable cries for gun control.
Yawn. Frankly, I’m sick of it. Guess what, people! Evil exists. That’s E-V-I-L, and people freely choose to commit it. They always have, and they always will.
I know that’s a bizarre concept in post-Christian America, where we’re taught that nothing is really evil or immoral (except a lack of “diversity,” maybe) and that everyone is really good. Evil is simply an idea concocted by Hollywood script-writers for our entertainment, and if a gunman walks into a movie theater throwing gas grenades, it must all be part of the act.