President Obama's New Normal: The Drone Strikes ContinueAmericans abhor mass shootings in our communities, but why do we allow our government to kill so many innocents abroad?
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There has been yet another violent attack with mass casualties. This was not the act of a lone gunman, or of an armed student rampaging through a school. It was a group of families en route to a wedding that was killed. The town was called Radda -- not in Colorado, not in Connecticut, but in Yemen. The weapon was not an easy-to-obtain semiautomatic weapon, but missiles fired from US drones.