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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The Massachusetts Education Board Voted Unanimously Against Arming Teachers in Classrooms

A school board in Massachusetts has voted against arming teachers in the classroom as a response to shootings on school campuses. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, an eleven-member board, voted unanimously against a proposal to arm teachers in Massachusetts schools, arguing it could make schools “less safe.” The resolution has no legal or […]

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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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Hundreds of Thousands Descend on Washington D.C. in March for Gun Safety

Hundreds of thousands of protestors descended on Washington D.C. yesterday to demand changes to the nation’s gun laws. The march was organized by survivors of the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, last month. Outcry from students, parents, teachers and lawmakers has failed to spur Congress to enact sweeping changes […]

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Citibank Moves to Restrict its Clients from Certain Gun-Sale Activity

Citibank has announced that it will request its clients observe certain gun control measures in order to become clients, or partner with the bank. The regulations will apply only to new customers. Citibank will require new retail clients to not sell firearms to anyone who hasn’t passed a background check, restrict firearm sales to anyone […]

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Armed High School Officer Shoots and Kills Attacker After Gunman Shoots Two Students

A high school resource officer shot and killed a gunman at Great Mills High School in Great Mills, Maryland this morning after the gunman shot two fellow students with a handgun. The attacker, Austin Wyatt Rollins shot a fellow classmate, a 16-year-old female shortly before classes started this morning at 8 a.m. He then shot […]

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Ohio High School Student Suspended for Not Participating in Nationwide Gun Control Walkout

An Ohio high school student was suspended for refusing to participate in a walkout protesting gun violence last week. Hilliard Davidson High School Senior Jacob Shoemaker said he was presented with a choice, he could either participate in the walkout or he could go to the school library where other students who refused to participate […]

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Gun Control Stalls in Congress

Despite calls from students, parents and lawmakers, gun control has stalled in Congress.  We discuss the week’s events surrounding the debate in this episode.   http://media.blubrry.com/itn/p/content.blubrry.com/itn/Gun_Control_Stalls_in_Congress.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

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