It was Albert Einstein who confessed he never thought about the future, because "it comes soon enough." And so it seems to be with politicians and educators and public health types. After a public massacre, they are quick to bring in grief counselors to tend to the survivors. But any efforts to plan for an uncertain future, to ponder the risks and benefits of licensing and training staff in public facilities to carry a weapon, is too messy a piece of business.
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