It’s hard to imagine now, but when two students shot to death 12 of their peers and a teacher at Columbine High School in Colorado, it was a stop-everything, remember-where-you-were moment.
Perception, as they say, is reality.
There is not much more to say than what the president said himself.
The missile warning mistake is unforgivable.
Everyone gripes about air travel. The complaints are universal: bare-it-all security checks; shoving matches over cabin bin space; economy seats increasingly reminiscent of a miniature medieval torture cell maliciously called the “little ease.”