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Reducing Violent Crime in the US From the Inside Out (Part 4 of 4)

mmelnicoff Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 12:42 AM
In four parts, the only practical measure mentioned by Norris was the posting of guards at schools. Nothing else discussed contains anything that could be implemented in a logical way.
anonymous3218 Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 1:33 AM
Nonsense. Where there is a will . . . We did teach those things cited in the article in the not-so-distant past. It's a matter of rebuilding what has been dismantled by the Left. It will take time, but it can be done.
In the past few weeks, I've highlighted ways we can reduce violent crime in the U.S. But I've saved the best and most powerful solutions for last because they work from the inside out.

In Part 1, I revealed how rational and rewarding it would be to post armed guards at our schools. In Part 2, I showed how reducing the number of firearms in the U.S. would not curb violent crime. In Part 3, I began to discuss the first of two ways in which our Founding Fathers expected to produce and maintain civility and decency in society. They esteemed all...