A proposal to arm teachers advanced along party lines in the Florida Senate Tuesday, despite opposition from students and educators who say it won’t make schools safer and could put children in harm’s way.
In the wake of the Christchurch mosque shootings which left 50 people dead, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern encouraged the country’s gun owners to surrender their weapons.
An attack on a New Zealand mosque was reportedly stopped on Friday when a good guy with a gun fired at the attacker[s] causing them to flee the scene, according to local media.
A panel investigating the massacre at a Parkland, Florida high school earlier this year has recommended that certain trained, vetted teachers be allowed to carry firearms in school, a proposal supported by the Trump administration’s Federal Commission on School Safety. Parents of school-age children continue to think that's a good idea.
President Trump’s Federal Commission on School Safety, formed after a mass shooting at a Florida high school, recommended Tuesday that school systems consider arming personnel and advised against increasing the minimum age required for gun purchases.
The media is giving round the clock coverage to the astroturf student marches demanding gun control with coverage every hour in every time zone at 10am. Sheriff Mack, CSPOA,org, explains what can be done locally to protect students USING our right to bear arms, regardless of what state or federal governments do to take away our rights.
"Anybody is an idiot if they think gun control is going to keep those kids safe. That's absolutely absurd … there is only two alternatives, we can shoot back or we can be easier targets and of course the liberals and left wants us to be easier targets."
Sheriff Richard Mack makes an appearance with Judicial Watch and Emily Miller at CPAC to discuss the second amendment.
Sheriff Richard Mack for Congress (AZ-08) discusses why he is running for Congress, Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association and more on guns in schools.
A one hour uninterrupted, unedited, live, televised round table discussion with the outspoken survivors of the Parkland Massacre.