Two days ago, there was a school shooting in Colorado, at the STEM School in Highland Ranch, in the Denver suburbs – only a handful of miles from Columbine, the archetype of all school shootings. But while there has been a good deal of richly-deserved coverage of the heroic actions on the part of some of the students, there has been basically crickets with respect to the shooting suspects themselves.
On the one hand, I’m glad: these individuals do not deserve attention or notoriety. And the heroes – of whom, more below – very much deserve praise and fame! But on the other hand, I can’t help noticing that the identity of the villains in this incident – in which one student was killed and eight others wounded – flies in the face of the dominant (Leftist) narrative. Perhaps that explains the relative silence, compared to the round-the-clock coverage that has attended some other shootings? Continue reading “Colorado STEM Schools shooting: the villains and the heroes”