Editorial in Colo. Springs paper
Right here. The high point:
"We don’t pretend to have the answer to prevent this kind of tragedy, but it can be instructional to look at what shootings of this nature have in common: they took place in places where shooters expect to find unarmed victims. At New Life, that expectation turned out to be a fatal mistake for the gunman; he was stopped by an armed member of the congregation. That’s the lesson that should be taken from this event.
A quick study of mass shootings in the United States reveals the same common element: Schools, malls, offices and churches are usually gun-free zones. Many people are comforted by that knowledge. Bad actors bent on killing a large number of innocent people see those areas as killing fields where there is little danger to themselves. ...."