The content of this booklet was contemplated, written, rewritten, and endlessly modified in the very difficult weeks following a series of tragic, mass-shooting events. It deeply saddens me to write this. More to the point, it saddens me that we live in a society with so much senseless violence that something like this needs to be written. Truth be told, sad is not the best description of my state of mind. I started writing this when I was angry. I was angry when I completed it, and I am still angry . . .
I will carry this anger for a long, long time. I am angry at the monsters that killed innocent people: the mothers, fathers, grandmothers, grandfathers, sons, daughters and worst of all, the small children. My anger does not stop there, it proliferates to the gun grabbers, who, without a stitch of shame, stoop so low as to exploit these tragic events to promote their lies and fear mongering in ongoing attempts to further disarm law-abiding citizens . . .
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