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Posts Tagged ‘ mass murder ’

NCFM Member Tim Patten, How to Keep Young Men from Becoming Mass Killers

March 5, 2018
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NCFM Member Tim Patten, How to Keep Young Men from Becoming Mass Killers

In the wake of the February 9, 2018, mass shooting at a Florida high school, it has become abundantly clear that society is failing young men, especially those who are most at risk of causing harm to themselves and others. This tragic state of affairs stems largely from the fact that society has, over...
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NCFM Montana Chapter President Chris Thompson, “Fatherless leads to mass murder and suicide”

January 8, 2013
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NCFM Montana Chapter President Chris Thompson, “Fatherless leads to mass murder and suicide”

In 1994 adolescent elephants were discovered senselessly killing other animals in Africa, later it was found due to the fact they had been removed from their fathers, creating a scene where “there are no adult bulls around to keep them in check…So they’re highly aggressive and are testing their strength on other animals.” Today,...
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NCFM Advisor Warren Farrell article published in USToday, “Column: Guns don’t kill people — our sons do”

January 7, 2013
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NCFM Advisor Warren Farrell article published in USToday, “Column: Guns don’t kill people — our sons do”

Warren Farrell5:19p.m. EST January 6, 2013 We need to find ways to stop the childhood injuries that lead boys to murder. Story Highlights • Our daughters do not kill. Why the difference? • For boys, the road to successful manhood has crumbled. • It’s time we go beyond fighting over guns to raising our...
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