Yesterday, the country received the shocking news that two Colorado high school students went on a killing spree and murdered at least sixteen classmates. Diane and her guests discuss the impact an incident like this has on a community, theories about why young people become violent, and more.


  • Kevin Dwyer Senior advisor for prevention and children's mental health at the National Mental Health Association; nationally certified school psychologist
  • Dale Wilman National Public Radio
  • James Garbarino Holds the Maude C. Clarke Chair in Humanistic Psychology at Loyola University Chicago and author of "Lost Boys."
  • Lt. Col. David Grossman Media critic and former psychology professor at West Point, author of "On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society" and "Teaching Kids to Kill: How Violent TV, Movies and Video Games Cause Violent Crime"
  • Jack Thompson Attorney in the Paducah, Ky school shooting case
  • Dr. William Maloney Colorado State Commissioner for Education


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