Four events in October have shaken the American community to its very core. Jamal Khashoggi, a liberal-minded journalist working for the Washington Post, was murdered in the Saudi Arabian embassy in Istanbul. Cesar Sayoc sent 14 pipe bombs to high-profile liberal leaders strongly criticized by President trump. In Jeffersontown, Kentucky, Gregory Bush gunned down two Africans-Americans at a Kroger supermarket after failing to enter a predominantly black church. He was obviously seeking a much higher body count. Continue reading . . .