“I don’t think we should have guns unless there’s a present danger,” TEDxYouth talker Coumba Diallo says, ending her presentation. Here’s a present danger: our education system. We can forgive the TED talk brand for degenerating into a platform for pure propaganda (e.g., Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence jefe Dan Gross‘s TED blast). Capitalism uber alles. But how do we forgive a school system that promotes and rewards unthinking anti-gun rights animus? What were you taught about guns and gun rights in grade school?