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Double Murder on "Gun-Free" College Campus in Wyoming

Ress Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 7:44 PM
Same reasoning applies to the outrageous absence of discipline in today's public schools. In my time (that would be the 50s of the last century) the teacher had a paddle hanging on the wall and the authority to use it. Guess what, he never needed it.
Lars795 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 1:42 AM
All the way up to the mid '70's, students respected their teachers. And teachers actually taught!

If you were involved in a desperately violent situation would you want to be armed and protected or left empty handed?

If it were me--a responsible 22 year old woman--I sure wouldn't want to be found in harms way without a way to defend myself, no matter what the location.

Two people--a faculty member and an additional victim (likely a student)--were violently murdered at Casper College in Wyoming this morning. The college spokesman, Rich Fujita, told reporters that a crossbow and another similar weapon were used in the attacks.

Wyoming state gun laws leave it to the...