In the wake of the Sante Fe High School shooting tragedy, there are once again a wave of voices calling for change in regards to gun laws.
Singer Kelly Clarkson is one prominent celeb who took to the stage at last weekend's Billboard Music Awards to urge action. But absent a solution (or a reasonable acknowledgement of the complexity of the gun rights issue) what good does it serve to simply call for some sort of action?
Furthermore, there's another component of the conversation that been missing--the liberal application of aggressive victimhood. The suspect's father, Antonios Pagourtzis, told the Wall Street Journal that his son was bullied at school, which he says may have motivated his son to kill ten people.
Responding to that comment, Joe Getty declares (in an epic rant) that we need to do a better job of preparing ourselves (and our kids) for setbacks--listen below.