The scary, horrible shooting at the D.C. Holocaust museum raises more questions than there are answers. Not the least of which is why the accused gunman didn’t get a much longer term for trying to kidnap members of the Federal Reserve in the early 1980’s. The logistics — how did he get in, how did he get his gun, etc. — will be picked over in the days ahead. But the real issue: how such evil and hatred perseveres. One final note: while I commend the accurate and fair reporting, by repeating the horrid anti-Semitic and racist rants of the accused the media is providing him and like-minded people with more publicity than they could ever dream of. Discretion is warranted.