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sandy-hookIt’s surprising to realize that the attack at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut took place more than two years ago on December 14, 2012. In the interim, the school building has been demolished, and no trace of it remains. The killer has gone straight to Hell, and an attempt by President Obama and his supporters to blame the law-abiding as a means to diminish liberty has been resoundingly defeated.

There are, however, very good reasons to remember Sandy Hook and the lesson that can be learned from that attack. My three part series on that event is available here:

The Realities and Legacy of Newtown, Part I

The Realities and Legacy of Newtown, Part II

The Realities and Legacy of Newtown, Part III

The good folks over at The Truth About Guns have been kind enough to publish my anniversary, summary article on the Sandy Hook attack, titled Sandy Hook: Lessons and Legacy. Considering the recent attack in Peshawar, it takes on a new relevance and urgency. I’ll have more to say on this general topic in the near future.

If you have a few minutes, it may be worth your time.