March 21, 2014

Last week a sixth grade student in Virginia Beach, V.A. named Adrionna Harris saw her classmate cutting themselves on the arm with a razor, she stepped in and took the razor from the classmate. Instead of being patted on the back for stopping the student, she is now suspended for 10 days, because she was honest about taking the razor away from the classmate.

Has the zero tolerance policy gone awry? Yes!

 A few months ago a student was suspended because he did not remove a NRA t-shirt, another student had been suspended because they had turned a pop-tart into a "gun" and the classic: a student made a gun gesture at another student with their hand.


They want our children to be scared of guns and make even the slightest mention or symbol of our right to self-defense with firearms seem criminal. This is the outcome of a liberal public school system. It is quite possible that when these children are adults, they may vote away our right to bear arms.

There is a glimmer of hope-

In Plueblo County, Colorado- middle school students went on a field trip to the shooting range to learn about firearm safety.
"Often firearms and schools don't mix. There's a big fear there. So we are pushing the safety aspect and hopefully ease some people’s fears," said Timothy Baird, with the Craver Middle School
The field trip was sponsored by Appleseed, a non-profit organisation who's mission is to teach American history and Marksmanship.

For the first time, the national organization brought guns into a classroom, right in Pueblo County.
"We've never been allowed to bring actual real firearms into a school. Until this week. This is a very big deal. We had them touching fire arms, holding them and learning about how to handle them safely,” said Elizabeth Blackwood with Appleseed.
We should be teaching all children firearm safety and marksmanship, so at the very least when these children grow up to be voters, they will have real world experience with firearms, unlike most anti-self defense pushers in Washington.


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