What does it mean when msn.com devotes a whole section of its homepage to a section titled "Related stories", with stories titled "Downtown Shooting", "14-Year-Old Shot In Thigh During Drive-By Shooting", "Deadly Shooting', "Police Investigate Delaware County Shooting", "One Dead In Wake Of Quadruple Shooting", "7 shot on Harlem street corner, police say". And these are titles on only one website for only one hour and one day. What does that mean. What would Mayors Against Gun violence, New Yorkers Against Gun Violence, The National Rifle Association, Alfred B. Noble, the inventor of dynamite and merchant of death of whom the Noble Peace Prize was named after, I think, and any other gun related advocacy groups have to say about this. And again I could copy my blog posts over and over in my appeal to banish guns from every human being on the face of planet earth, and to banish the images of guns from all forms of advertising, media and marketing in the news and pop culture. Or is that some sort of utopian thought. And I am one blogger. And then there is the news of yet another gun shooting and act of gun violence in the news yesterday, today and tomorrow. So many atrocities of the is it the fourth amendment right to kill anyone over a piece of property, that I am becoming numb and desensitized from reading the stories from a news, advertising, marketing and media industry that feeds itself off of violence, of yet another person who has lost their life to gun violence for no reason at all except for the fact that guns have been invented for the merchant of death industry, a seemingly endless cycle that feeds upon itself. Guns are the worst invention of an industry ever. Is there hope for the world and mankind. Where is the world headed in these days and times. Are the morals and values of society declining and collapsing. No one is free when others are oppressed. What was life like before the invention of guns. Is another world possible? And what does this have to do with a No Police State? Peace on earth and goodwill to all mankind.