America continues to protect gun nuts, even after Sandy Hook

America continues to protect gun nuts, even after Sandy Hook

[Ed. – One of Lupica’s more rational columns]

Peg Brokaw, 95, had missed the early Saturday morning Mass at St. Rose of Lima, on Church Hill Road in Newtown, but said she would go inside and say a prayer, anyway. She has lived in this town a long time, and tells you her son is a retired policeman here, one who still directs traffic in front of the church occasionally.

And because this was another December in Newtown, two years now since 20 children and six adults were shot dead inside Sandy Hook Elementary, because Peg Brokaw stood outside what became the church of small coffins in Newtown, she was asked about that day.

“It is,” she said, “the kind of sadness that lives forever.”

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