DENNIS PRAGER (HOST): I could spend all of my shows talking about mass shootings in the United States. That's how many there are. And the truly remarkable reaction is its guns. I see. It's not that there are an increasing number of Americans who have no conscience. Call them crazy, call them whatever you like, but we can all agree that their conscience doesn't function properly. By the way, vast numbers of people's consciences don't. Conscience, for most people, is a euphemism for feelings.
The ubiquity of guns is obviously a factor, but there's no way to stop the ubiquity of guns. They're out there. And unless we use the United States Armed Forces to invade Americans, to confiscate them, which would create a civil war, there's no there is no way to undo that. They're out there.
The crisis in this country is not guns. The crisis in this country is values. The left has destroyed every institution that helped create a good society. The nuclear family is -- what is it? Heteronormative and therefore contemptible. The university is not there to teach. The high school is not there to teach. The elementary school is not there to teach. They have destroyed the schools. They have destroyed religion. What is left? Nothing. And since the human being is a morally weak creature by natural tendency, you are going to have more and more awful things happening.