In the hours following Friday's mass murder in Aurora, I made a critical decision that changed much of the way I view my own response to the horrific tragedies that too often seem to strike our great state. I turned off my TV. I learned a critical lesson: I have a choice other than blindly embracing a vicarious victim status of yet another round of senseless violence. Through a series of chance encounters since then, my eyes have been opened to an opportunity to join a campaign to save an innocent boy's life from the brain cancer that has sent him to the verge of death's door. There is no greater way to honor Friday's real victims than by commiting everything we've got to help another innocent soul escape death at the hands of cancer's ruthless crusade. Read my full report for today's Human Events here.
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