Parkland School Board Votes Down Measure To Arm Teachers

The Broward County School District swiftly and unanimously voted down a measure this week that would arm teachers in hopes of defending students. The decision comes less than two months after the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in which an armed former student took the lives of 14 innocent teens and sparked […]

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Fox’s Laura Ingraham Loses Advertisers, Takes Vacation Amid Row with Parkland Shooting Survivor

Fox News host Laura Ingraham continues to face backlash after sending out a scathing tweet about Parkland shooting survivor, David Hogg, in which she seemingly mocked the 18-year-old activist for whining about not getting into the college of his choice. Hogg responded by calling on Ingraham’s advertisers to cut ties with her show. So far, […]

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Former Senator Santorum: Kids Should Learn CPR, Stop Bullying Instead of Protesting for Stricter Gun Laws

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum criticized protesters who took part in the March For Our Lives demonstration for gun control for not taking enough personal action to solve the problem of gun violence. “How about kids instead of looking to someone else to solve their problem, do something about maybe taking CPR classes or trying […]

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“Everything I Was Trained on Mass Causality Events Says They Did the Wrong Thing”

Brian Entin, a reporter for WSVN News in Miami, Florida, spoke with a seasoned medical first responder who was among the first to arrive on the scene of the Parkland school shooting that took place on February 14. The responder paints a picture of authorities refusing to enter the building where the shooting took place […]

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NRA Makes Their Views Clear: We Do Not Support Age Restrictions

The NRA has made it clear that they do not back any specific plan to raise the age for individuals wishing to purchase assault rifles from 18 to 21.  “The NRA doesn’t back any plan,” spokeswoman Dana Loesch said during an interview yesterday. There have been sharp outcries from parents, lawmakers and especially students for […]

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Up to Four Sheriff’s Deputies Failed to Enter Marjory Stoneman Douglas high School as Shooting Took Place

It is being reported that up to four Broward County Sheriff’s deputies failed to enter the building where the Parkland, FL, shooting was taking place last week, taking up positions instead, behind their vehicles outside the school with their guns drawn Officers from a neighboring department in Coral Springs officers on the scene and entered […]

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Ohio Sheriff Has Announced Teacher Firearm Training, Says Response Has Been Overwhelming

Sheriff Richard Jones of Butler Country, Ohio, has already begun the process of training local teachers in firearm proficiency, he wrote on Twitter this week.  Jones framed the announcement as local action against the backdrop of government inaction. “Our teachers start training Monday in firearms ccw. While our gov still debates what 2 do we […]

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NRA CEO Calls for the Hardening of Schools, Offers NRA’s Free Consultation to Any School District That Wants It

The CEO of National Rifle Association Wayne LaPierre addressed the Conservative Political Action Conference today and reiterated calls to introduce greater security to the nation’s schools in the wake of the deadly school shooting that killed seventeen at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, last week.  LaPierre argued that that hardening must come […]

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President Indicates Support of Comprehensive Background Checks With an Emphasis on Mental Health, Arming Some School Teachers

President Trump announced on Twitter this morning that he will be backing comprehensive background checks for gun purchases with an emphasis, he said, on mental health.  He also indicated support for raising the eligibility age for purchases of assault rifles to twenty-one. Donald J. Trump on Twitter I will be strongly pushing Comprehensive Background Checks […]

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