With the latest school shooting in San Bernadino, there have now been 220 shootings on school property since Sandy Hook in 2012. Statistically, a gun has been fired on school grounds nearly once a week since then. On this episode of Think Tank, Glenn and the crew discuss both the societal psychological issues at play with this uptick in violence in our communities.
Watch the video for a sneak peak and answers to these thought-provoking questions:
• What is at fault for the violence in our culture?
• At what age is the human brain able to process the difference between real life and video?
• Is there such a thing as good violence?
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