Did the Chicago Tribune discern correctly the root cause analysis in the reported storytelling article?

The Chicago Tribune Editorial, an article titled, Cigarettes, Drunken driving, Next: Guns? explained how to control and reduce the folly and sad effects that result from the actions of people making foolish choices. However, the article next target is guns but ignores the major reason in Chicago why guns are killing the majority of victims, which are drugs and gang territory.

While at the same time the editorial makes no mention that Chicago now wants to legalize recreational marijuana, which will certainly reverse the downward trends using the methods. Or the difference in being drunk or high while driving. Or the root causes why drugs lead to guns instead of the opposite.

The article does explain the effective proven methods of reducing folly, while at the same time the article lacks discernment by next targeting guns instead of drugs, the correct Factor X, in my opinion.

By targeting guns next, instead of drugs, the article puts the horse in the back of the cart instead of in front of the cart. In other words, the article lacks what the ancient times would identify as wise discernment, and in contemporary times is known as root cause analysis in the story they are reporting.

The subject of this post insight is to explain why the reported story “next” should be the wiser Factor X, which is drugs rather than guns, in my opinion.

King Solomon

The Beginning of Knowledge
1The proverbs of Solomon son of David, king of Israel: 2To know wisdom and discipline, to comprehend the words of insight, 3to receive instruction in wise living, in righteousness, justice, and equity, (Proverbs 1:1-3)

What is My Point?

I have written numerous posts which concur with the article on how to reduce folly by use of education, government advertisements to tell the truth about the sad effects and risks will increase in time once recreational marijuana becomes legal.

Especially after marijuana suppliers start advertising all the pleasures and cures that will come about to seduce customers into believing use will end all their ailments. We know that smoking marijuana is no different health wise on lungs than smoking cigarettes?

For example, statistics prove now the higher rates of auto accidents In States that have legalized marijuana. Medical statistics and studies prove the sad health effects on the brain both psychosocial and medical that result.

Statistically, there are more guns in the USA than drug addicts which means it would be easier to control drug addiction than to attempt to collect or eliminate the 400 million guns in the USA. That is if in time there will ever be an override approved in Congress of the Second Amendment. A Congress that has for example been lingered for 35 years to solve illegal immigration.

If Interested

Read the article in the Source Link below. Then read the numerous articles on this blog by keying Marijuana in the Subjects to compare. You will find that the best way to reduce both drugs use in to use the same methods used since ancient times. Educate children and adults to fear the results of making foolish choices in their lives.

It is the same method used effectively by wise parents and governing leaders since the beginning of recorded history over time. Fear of paying fines, jail for suppliers, dying sooner than normal lifespans, resulted in the downward trends reported in the article.

Then read the Source article about the root causes of storytelling in the Source Link below.

You Decide

Would you rather have to listen to government announcements warning your children and yourself about the truth of what happens when you indulge in folly?

Or would you rather have government pay the costs from your tax dollars to rehabilitate people who are injured after they indulge in folly?

Will the anticipated additional tax revenues from legalized marijuana ever be sufficient to cover the costs in time which will occur to rehabilitate or cure users of drugs?

Is the article next putting the right Faxtor X horse in front of the cart?

Is legalizing recreational marijuana going to add more weight of folly to make it easier for the horses to remove out of lives regardless of the where the horse’s asses are positioned?

Regards and good will blogging.

Souce Links

Chicago Tribune

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/editorials/ct-edit-cigarettes-drunk-driving-guns-20180620-story.html

Root Cause Analysis Storytelling

http://www.michaelnygard.com/blog/2017/11/root-cause-analysis-as-storytelling/

Did the Chicago Tribune miss the root cause analysis in the reported storytelling article?

The Chicago Tribune Editorial, article titled, Cigarettes, Drunken driving, Next: Guns? explained how to control and reduce the folly and sad effects that result from the actions of people making foolish choices. However, the article next target is guns, but ignores the major reason in Chicago why guns are killing the majority of victims, which are drugs and gang territory.

While at the same time the editorial makes no mention that Chicago now wants to legalize recreational marijuana, which will certainly reverse the downward trends using the methods. Or the difference in being drunk or high while driving. Or the root causes why drugs lead to guns instead of the opposite.

The article does explain the effective proven methods of reducing folly, while at the same time the article lacks discernment by next targeting guns instead drugs, in my opinion.

By targeting guns next, instead of drugs, the article puts the horse in back of the cart instead of in front of the cart. In other words, the article lacks what the ancient times would identify as wise discernment, and in contemporary times is known as root cause analysis in the story they are reporting.

The subject of this post insight is to explain why the reported story “next” should be drugs rather than guns, in my opinion.

King Solomon

The Beginning of Knowledge
1The proverbs of Solomon son of David, king of Israel: 2To know wisdom and discipline, to comprehend the words of insight, 3to receive instruction in wise living, in righteousness, justice, and equity, (Proverbs 1:1-3)

What is My Point?

I have written numerous posts which concur with the article on how to reduce folly by use of education, government advertisements to tell the truth about the sad effects and risks will increase in time once recreational marijuana becomes legal. Especially after marijuana suppliers start advertising all the pleasures and cures that will come about to seduce customers into believing use will end all their ailments. We know that smoking marijuana is no different health wise on lungs than smoking cigarettes?

For example, statistics prove now the higher rates of auto accidents In States that have legalized marijuana. Medical statistics and studies prove the sad health effects on the brain both psychosocial and medical that result.

Statistically there are more guns in the USA than drug addicts which means it would be easier to control drug addiction than collect or eliminate the number of guns in the USA if in time there will ever be an override approved in Congress of the Second Amendment. A Congress that has for example been trying to control illegal immigration for thirty-five years and still cannot agree.

If Interested

Read the article in the Source Link below. Then read the numerous articles on this blog by keying Marijuana in the Subjects to compare. You will find that the best way to reduce both drugs use in to use the same methods used since ancient times. Educate children and adults to fear the results of making foolish choices in their lives.

It is the same method used effectively by wise parents and governing leaders since the beginning of recorded history over time. Fear of paying fines, dying sooner than normal lifespans, resulted in the downward trends reported in the article.

Then read the Source article about the root causes of storytelling in the Source Link below.

You Decide

Would you rather have to listen to government announcements warning your children and yourself about the truth of what happens when you indulge in folly?

Or would you rather have government pay the costs from your tax dollars to rehabilitate people who are injured after they indulge in folly?

Will the anticipated additional tax revenues from legalized marijuana every be sufficient to cover the costs in time which will occur to rehabilitate or cure users of drugs.

Is the article next putting the horse in front of the cart?

Is legalizing recreational marijuana going to fill up the cart regardless of the where the horses asses are positioned?

http://www.michaelnygard.com/blog/2017/11/root-cause-analysis-as-storytelling/