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GOP Bill Targets Anti-Gun Hysteria in Schools

cashe Wrote: Jul 11, 2013 9:09 AM
Yes, it is all really stupid, but does that mean we have to call in the febs. These public schools all have school boards with members who must answer to the public. That is the proper place to address these issues. Rep. Stockman is just grandstanding.
Sarah266 Wrote: Jul 11, 2013 1:02 PM
The feds hve caused this problem..that is why they need to be involved
Luscious Lars Wrote: Jul 11, 2013 6:02 PM
Yup, the feds need to first fix the mess that they've created. Then they need to be involved in a move to extricate themselves from the public schools.
MudontheTires Wrote: Jul 11, 2013 10:04 AM
The Feds are already involved. Ever heard of the Department of Education?

And these stupid "no tolerance policies", most of which are attempts top push the prog agenda are nothing but grandstanding on the part of the progs.

Kids will be kids no matter what a school’s policy is on playing with imaginary weapons. They’re going to play cops and robbers, they may chew their pop tart into the shape of a gun and yes, even throw imaginary grenades to save the world from evil forces.

In the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre, teachers and school administrators exercised zero-tolerance policies with regard to weapons—real or imagined—but they took it way too far. A heightened sensitivity after such a horrific event is understandable but not exercising any judgment is ridiculous. For many of the kids...