This will be a brief reaction to responses I've heard to the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy questioning who is responsible for this horrific incident.
To those questioning why God would let this happen. God gave us free will and the ability to know right from wrong. Along with these liberties comes the responsibility of having to deal with the effects of our decided actions. We don't question God when we use our free will to make good decisions and things work out well for us, so why are we so quick to place blame when our judgement lapses??
To media blaming video games and movies, I have mixed feelings towards you. It would be an injustice to the victims to not report the story, but every time another event like this happens and it's broadcast, it motivates more unstable individuals to act in the same way. I don't have a solution for a happy median, but I think it's important media not push all the blame off onto other mediums.
That being said, the events at Sandy Hook Elementary have been heart wrenching and families of all the victims have my deepest sympathy.
Update: 8 January 2012. While reading The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran I ran across this quote which perfectly illistrates my point about when we should question/talk to God:
What is prayer but the expansion of yoruself into the living ether?
And if it is for your comfort to pour your darkness into space, it is also for your delight to pour forth the dawning of your heart.