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Newtown Chooses Good Guys with Guns

Paulus Textor Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 5:42 PM
This points out the inherent contradiction of public schooling, more accurately termed state-run propaganda camps. In a free society, in which all schools would be privately owned, parents and school administrators would determine what the correct mode and level of defense should be. Most likely, they would opt for certifying teachers and administrators in armed defensive techniques, as the Israelis have done. Such an approach is low-cost and very effective. But in a free society, there would be no need for public debate and a one-size-fits-all approach to the issue.

February 3, 2013

On a December day last year, a disturbed 20-year-old murdered his mother. He then drove to an elementary school where he killed 20 young children and six adults, reportedly using several firearms.

Something has to be done to stop this sort of massacre from happening again. If that is possible.

Or, according to some, something has to be done whether such prevention is possible or not.

So immediately politicians who had long supported gun control laws argued that the Newtown atrocity proved the need for those...

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