“An Arkansas school district that trained more than 20 teachers and staff to carry concealed handguns on campus through a program that faces questions over its legality was wrong to make secret the names of the employees, [Attorney General Dustin McDaniel] said Monday,” foxnews.com reports. And that means . . . “Given the unusual duties and responsibilities the school district intended to assign to the ERT [Emergency Response Teams] members, I must conclude that knowing the number of ERTS members and their identities would shed great light on the school district’s performance of its duties. In my opinion, though the privacy interest is weighty, the public’s interest is at least as weighty, which means that the record must be disclosed.” Needless to say the man behind the plan is aghast. Clarksville’s superintendent David Hopkins said that the district withheld the names because of fears that participants in the program would be targeted. “If someone were trying to put together some sort of plan, they would have a lot of information available to them if they knew who it was and where it was in the building,” Hopkins said. In other words, political correctness kills.