Letters to the Editor

Letter: Troublemakers

This is about troublemakers. Given the status of families in the U.S., a lot of kids grow up with no father in the home, have no family pride, no family traditions to uphold, are taught that they descended from monkeys (evolution), that there is no God, no devil, no life after physical death, no right and no wrong. They have no idea where their spirits came from, what they’re doing here, where they’re going and have no defense against evil promptings. In some cases their mothers don’t know who their fathers are. Most people scoff at religion, life after physical death and accountability for their actions. If a person raised in these conditions wants instant nationwide attention to feel important, shooting up a school is one way to get it.

George Vickers, Payette