We are a nation of problem-solvers

The senseless killings in schools around the nation are problems that must be solved – and the sooner the better.
When I was in school there was a killer that hit our local school. It was named ”Polio.” It hit my grade school hard; as I recall there were three students who became ill almost simultaneously. It was a terrible disease, causing death to one student and permanent problems for others. They were placed in ”Iron Lungs,” a big cumbersome device to assist their breathing.
So little was known about polio . . .