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George Skelton

Political columnist George Skelton has covered government and politics for more than 50 years and for The Times since 1974. He has been a Times political writer and editor in Los Angeles, Sacramento bureau chief and White House correspondent. He has written a column on California politics, “Capitol Journal,” since 1993. Skelton is a Santa Barbara native, grew up in Ojai and received a journalism degree at San Jose State.
OPINIÓN: Nadie se convierte en un asesino masivo sin un arma que dispara masivamente

Nadie se convierte en un asesino masivo sin un arma que dispara masivamente

No one becomes a mass shooter without a mass-shooting gun

Immediately after the South Florida school shooting that left 17 dead and 14 wounded, there was the usual strained finger-pointing at lack of mental health treatment. Baloney! But no one becomes a mass shooter without a mass-shooting gun.

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