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School District Votes to Arm Teachers
The Keene Independent School District in Texas voted 6-1 this week to both allow staff members to carry guns at four of its campuses, but also to provide the handguns they will carry.
Utah weighs gun-safety class for middle school students
Gun-safety courses could be offered to students as young as 13 in Utah if a state senator succeeds in adding a voluntary course to next year’s curriculum.
Oh, for heaven's sake. Of course the Grammys are racist. Just like the Oscars. Scumbag Sharpton says so, so we know it's true. An emergency meeting is clearly required.
School District Buys Guns, Trains Teachers To Shoot
After Sandy Hook, many school districts started offering concealed carry training to teachers who expressed an interest. Many (if not most) ccw instructors offer discounts, up to and including waiving their fee entirely for teachers who enroll.
Ohio, California Teachers Ready to Shoot to Kill
Students in Anderson Union High School District in California are not only OK with their teachers carrying guns to class, they told KRCR-TV they felt safer knowing the adults were armed.
Anderson Police Chief Mike Johnson doesn’t get a vote on the school board, so he didn’t share in the decision to arm teachers. But he thinks it is a good idea.
"It is definitely a pro to have people armed, responsible people armed who have been vetted and can actually provide another layer of protection for the kids,” Johnson said. “That’s the bottom line, if it provides more protection for our children, how can you be against it?”
Tom... I never asserted you said anything at all. Hence the "if" qualifier. Looks like you're the one in need of re-reading.
I have no idea why that posted twice.
My mom was the 4th (or possibly even 5th) generation of her family to have been born and raised in Hawaii. I've spent a great deal of time there. While I do not present myself as an expert, I am more intimately familiar with the islands and its people than your average hoppa-haole. I'm too lazy to verify Mark's allegation that someone claimed today's Hawaiians are oppressed. If that assertion was in fact made, whoever made it doesn't know what they're talking about.
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