Agreed. It’s time to talk about allowing teachers to carry a concealed weapon at school, should they have a concealed carry license and so desire. Or removing the “gun free” zone regulations that prevent parents from carrying lawfully. No? Oh, OK. What’s on the New York Times‘ mind then? “Is it possible that the right question — about guns, about friends, about fears — from the right parent of another teenager at the right time might help prevent some school shootings, even if that might not have been the case this time around?” I guess. “Maybe it doesn’t matter what we ask our children, or whether we even try to have conversations among ourselves, as adults, about how easily our teenagers can arm themselves. Some tragedies aren’t preventable, and sometimes our children aren’t ready to talk. But that’s no reason we shouldn’t try.” It’s amazing how far the mainstream media’s come from knee jerk post-school shooting anti-gun hysteria. Or is it? We shall see . . .