AAAAAAAND HERE COMES JOE!
Yes.....I heard the same thing.I had seen on one report- don't remember which one- that the shooter was a previous student at the school???
This is not good.
Thats probably gonna make a lot more sense than what the Media is gonna be cramming down our throats in the coming month.I suspect??? that since this is a Presbyterian (straight and narrow) school and the perp is a previous student AND identifies as transgender....that this may be a "I'll get you back" kinda thing??
Seems to be mostly thanks to School Boards and managing faculty. Remember, you have to get past the indoctrinated "educators".I do recall some years ago about a big push to allow teachers and some staff to be trained and armed.
Heard that it never really caught on though.
Not sure where you are, but which is liability? Being able to do something proactive to prevent or lesson a disaster, or sitting on the collective thumbs?I've heard support for and against. Big liability issue to be considered for school districts, as well as training and updating training costs.
I don't watch CNN and such. I was just expressing an opinion was all. I didn't see what I posted etched in stone somewhere and then decided to post what I saw.Not sure where you are, but which is liability? Being able to do something proactive to prevent or lesson a disaster, or sitting on the collective thumbs?
Many districts do contribute as part of the budget, but a lot of ranges and instructors donate their time and ranges. Ammo was being donated to a few, discounted to others, and several other procurements, but not sure if that is happening now or how much.
Turn off the CNN.
I thought you had left, and now you're back!What opinion were you expressing praytell.....
Goldwing, please stop.What opinion were you expressing praytell.....