"To the editors,
"When the right to bear arms collides with the right not to be killed, why do the guns always win? When rights collide, we usually compromise. After the terrorist attacks of 2001, the right to privacy collided with the right to safety. So we compromised. Now, after multiple gun-related massacres, the right to bear arms is colliding with the right to safety. But the gun extremists won't compromise.
That is so elegant; so very, very true.
"How did the right to bear arms become the one right that never compromises?"
Thank you, Mr. Jaeger.