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WH.gov petition NRA "National School Shield"
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What Wayne was talking about:

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petitio...m/zDkJjQ12
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outcast86;59258 Wrote:What Wayne was talking about:

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petitio...m/zDkJjQ12

Done.
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#3
I must be the only one that thinks this is a horrible idea.
If individual schools want the local tax payers to decide for themselves I’m good with it.
The last thing we need is another expansion of government that will inevitably lead to
some new department like TSA placing armed gorilla’s in the schools.
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God's Country;59407 Wrote:I must be the only one that thinks this is a horrible idea.
If individual schools want the local tax payers to decide for themselves I’m good with it.
The last thing we need is another expansion of government that will inevitably lead to
some new department like TSA placing armed gorilla’s in the schools.

^^^^ This!

Do you guys really want to be gate raped to go see your children's school play?

Damnit guys it's fucking knee jerk reactions post 9/11 that got us the fucking TSA.
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#5
While I think that removing the gun-free laws and that publicly arming adults in schools will reduce active shooter incidents in schools, I do not think the federal government should mandate armed security.

This is a decision that should be made at the local level. I also think it is a good idea to train teachers in active shooter responses and allow them to be armed if they so choose.
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rmagill;59428 Wrote:While I think that removing the gun-free laws and that publicly arming adults in schools will reduce active shooter incidents in schools, I do not think the federal government should mandate armed security.

This is a decision that should be made at the local level. I also think it is a good idea to train teachers in active shooter responses and allow them to be armed if they so choose.

Each school should have plans drawn up, and those plans should be practiced by the staff. When I was speaking with my neighbor who's a teacher in our SD, she said that their classrooms cannot even be locked from the inside. My oldest boy then said the same thing about their classrooms in a different school, but same SD.

It's really a sad day in the US when we have to consider providing this kind of training to not only teachers, but to young children, but I feel that it would also help teach the children self reliance.
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http://arkansasmatters.com/fulltext?nxd_id=621032

What I got out of Asa's remarks was that it was going to be left to the individual school districts to decide whether they wanted the protection or not. The NRA wants to make it available and they will train the officers/ex-military/ volunteers.


No, I do not want another TSA. Should we eliminate "gun free zones"? Absolutely we should. Should there be an armed individual protecting our nation's greatest resource of all? You bet your ass!!
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streaker69;59430 Wrote:
rmagill;59428 Wrote:While I think that removing the gun-free laws and that publicly arming adults in schools will reduce active shooter incidents in schools, I do not think the federal government should mandate armed security.

This is a decision that should be made at the local level. I also think it is a good idea to train teachers in active shooter responses and allow them to be armed if they so choose.

Each school should have plans drawn up, and those plans should be practiced by the staff. When I was speaking with my neighbor who's a teacher in our SD, she said that their classrooms cannot even be locked from the inside. My oldest boy then said the same thing about their classrooms in a different school, but same SD.

It's really a sad day in the US when we have to consider providing this kind of training to not only teachers, but to young children, but I feel that it would also help teach the children self reliance.

I completely agree. Schools practice fire drills and I can't remember the last time a child died in a school fire. Active shooters in schools seems to be a more significant threat. Why don't we practice solid plans to address this issue?

outcast86;59438 Wrote:http://arkansasmatters.com/fulltext?nxd_id=621032

What I got out of Asa's remarks was that it was going to be left to the individual school districts to decide whether they wanted the protection or not. The NRA wants to make it available and they will train the officers/ex-military/ volunteers.


No, I do not want another TSA. Should we eliminate "gun free zones"? Absolutely we should. Should there be an armed individual protecting our nation's greatest resource of all? You bet your ass!!

Agreed. We don't need the .gov in any more of our lives, but if a school district wants to have armed security - or allow their teachers to carry if they want to - then why should the federal government stop them?
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outcast86;59438 Wrote:http://arkansasmatters.com/fulltext?nxd_id=621032

What I got out of Asa's remarks was that it was going to be left to the individual school districts to decide whether they wanted the protection or not. The NRA wants to make it available and they will train the officers/ex-military/ volunteers.


No, I do not want another TSA. Should we eliminate "gun free zones"? Absolutely we should. Should there be an armed individual protecting our nation's greatest resource of all? You bet your ass!!

Do you honestly believe that if a federal law is passed in relation to school security that the feds will stop there? Schools don't need a federal law to let them hire armed security, they can do it all by themselves if they want to. But once you get the feds involved, much like a tick, they'll just burrow themselves in deeper.
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