“The people who fight and lobby and legislate to make guns regularly available are complicit in the murder of those children. They have made a clear moral choice: that the comfort and emotional reassurance they take from the possession of guns, placed in the balance even against the routine murder of innocent children, is of supreme value. Whatever satisfaction gun owners take from their guns is more important than children’s lives. That’s a moral choice, clearly made.” — from Adam Gopnik‘s 12.14. New Yorker piece, “Newtown and the Madness of Guns.”