October 22, 2017

South Carolina: Doing It Right?

Columbine credit: abcnews
Columbine credit: abcnews
Columbine
credit: abcnews

By: Mike McDaniel    One of the last bastions of anti-gun sentiment remains, for the most part, American schools. This should not be surprising. Many educators not only have no experience with firearms, their political leanings–all too often, progressive–predisposes them to have very odd ideas about the carrying of concealed handguns on school property.

Some teachers and administrators actually believe that police officers should not be allowed in schools because their presence, and particularly the presence of their handguns, somehow magically disturbs an otherwise pristine educational environment, and “sends the wrong message” to impressionable students about violence and diversity and tolerance and eating arugula, etc.

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