As predicted, the gun control forces are coming out like a rampaging army. Is their, is your answer to the horrible slaughter in Connecticut from ossified political prejudice, or is it based upon reason? For whatever reasons one might be anti-gun, the Connecticut slaughter should not be one of them.
Obviously, all of the mass killers were nuts. It goes without saying that they were severely subluxated, expressing life in a most bizarre manner. Now, there were always nuts around, but three things have changed. One is the totally made-up "biochemical:" theory of mental illness, which has opened up a multi-billion dollar market for Big Pharma. It is well-established that many of these legal, psychotropic drugs cause otherwise peaceful people to suddenly turn dangerously violent, many to suicide and some to homicide.
In the past, dangerous psychotics were confined in mental hospitals. No longer.
Then, I hate to bring up a semi-taboo subject, but society has been coarsened and degenerated. The family has been weakened, and the whole concept of right and wrong is up for debate. Then there are those sick, extremely violent video games. How subluxated are the people who design and market those?
Want less horrific scenes in the news? Spread the good news of Chiropractic. In the end, the only way to a better world is better, less subluxated people, starting from birth on.
Don Harte, D.C.
Liberator of Innate