November 18, 2017

School Attacks: Feeling Good Or Saving Lives, Part 7

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credit: hackerearth.com
credit: hackerearth.com

By: Mike McDaniel   The first six articles in this series are:

(1) School Attacks: Feeling Good or Saving Lives, Part 1 

(2) School Attacks: Feeling Good or Saving Lives, Part 2 

(3) School Attacks: Feeling Good or Saving Lives, Part 3

(4) School Attacks: Feeling Good or Saving Lives, Part 4 

(5) School Attacks: Feeling Good or Saving Lives, Part 5 

(6) School Attacks: Feeling Good or Saving Lives, Part 6

The previous articles of this series raised the issue of arming school staff, and raised and answered many of the primary objections of the uninformed, and of professional anti-self defense, anti-liberty activists. Still, how can school officials be convinced to accept concealed handguns in schools?  How can risk-averse superintendents and school boards understand the danger we face?  Can hard-core Progressives be persuaded to accept reality? This article asks and answers some additional questions.  However, I’ll provide, first, some useful information on the relevant federal law.

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