AP Poll Shows Parents Have Low Confidence in Schools’ Ability to Respond to a Gunman

Saturday is the 20th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting. That means we’ll be inundated in coming days by pronunciations and pontificating from the go-to “gun safety” talking heads (think Shannon, Eric, Diane, and Mark) and their compliant media stenographers. Oh, wait…that’s already gotten under way (see here, here, here, here, here and here). […]

NC Educrats: If Scot Peterson Couldn’t Get the Job Done at Parkland, Why Would Teachers Do Any Better?

Do we really have to break this down? The School Security Act of 2019 proposes that teachers undergo all applicable in-service training required for law enforcement officers, as well as training established by DOJ law enforcement commissions in how to respond to an active shooter situation. Even trained and seasoned law enforcement professionals tested under […]

Parkland Commission Chair Changes His Mind, Advocates Arming Teachers to Protect Students

Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri hasn’t been a big fan of arming civilians. While he professes support for the Second Amendment, he’s warned Floridians that if they exercise their (limited) right to open carry, they risk taking a round to the chest if they encounter a law enforcement officer. He also very publicly declined to […]