Friday, December 04, 2015

Remembering The Victims

Their jobs were to keep their friends and neighbors healthy. They died together on Wednesday, shot at an office holiday party, allegedly by a co-worker. Twelve of the fourteen victims were San Bernardino County employees, San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan said at a press conference Thursday evening. Many of those killed in the assault on the Inland Regional Center worked for the health department, making their living inspecting restaurants, pools, water treatment systems and other public facilities.




Comments

1. Trudy said...

So sad that these events are so frequent.Almost makes you numb.Thanks for highlighting the victims and not the terrorists.

2. Dean said...

RIP

3. Jesse said...

And they say it not an issue of guns

4. Paul said...

Why must they be call Islamic terrorists? Was Timothy McVeigh referred to as a Christian bomber?

5. Mark said...

Damn Shame

6. Grace said...

We should all pray

7. Cara said...

This is another example why we need gun reform.So sad!

8. Kathy said...

This is only going to fuel more Islamophobia

9. Juan said...

Fox News is saying this is a war on Christmas.WTH?

10. Carl said...

RIP

11. Derrick said...

Fox News is implying that this event was because these people were having a Christmas party.This type of media race and religion baiting needs to stop.Thank you Tanya for not being a sellout

12. Jesse said...

Do you know that Black pastor from Richmond that has tied himself to Donald Trump? Opportunist?

13. Long Time Listener in Richmond said...

Do you plan to have Dr. Parson on your show?After Roland Martin,he may be too afraid to face you!

14. RobertBrown said...

What is the definition of terrorism?Seems like only if you are a Muslim.Shooting up Planned Parenthood is not terrorism? Mental Illness? Can Muslims be mentally ill?Help me understand.

15. Dale said...

The GOP plus the NRA equals Islamophobia

16. Long Time Listener said...

Regardless of what we are dealing with as a nation and personally, we should be thankful for what we have.Our problems are miniscule compared to many third world countries. Our shortage is abundance to others.Complaining and not being willing to be a part of the solution is a sin in my opinion. Stop fighting among ourselves and expecting an outsider to fix our maladies. I depend on Jesus as my healed and counselor, but I respect your you choose Muhammad as your guide.Thank you Tanya for this forum.



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