Ugly... The Anti-Gun Culture in Public Schools

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    Exclamation Ugly... The Anti-Gun Culture in Public Schools

    When the anti crowd goes over the edge in our schools... From The Anti-Gun Culture in Public Schools - The Federalist Papers
    A collection of stories and links to, of kids, saying the G word, parents being punished for nothing, in short harmless stuff that could only lead to evil in the perverted minds of those paranoid to the point of needing serious drugs and mental help...

    George Mason, co-Father of the United States Bill of Rights, said the following “…when the resolution of enslaving America was formed in Great Britain, the British Parliament was advised by an artful man [Sir William Keith], who was governor of Pennsylvania, to disarm the people; that it was the best and most effectual way to enslave them; but that they should not do it openly, but weaken them, and let them sink gradually, by totally disusing and neglecting the militia.” –Elliot 3:380. Even at America’s conception, the idea of stripping people of their arms was used as a mean of enslavement.
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    After years of a culture that demonizes the 2nd amendment, these future adults will not only have no desire to own a gun, but attempt to force others not to own them as well.
    That's the point of these asinine zero tolerance gun policies. Its is a very effective way to eventually repeal the 2nd amendment. The end result is voting adults who are so shell shocked of guns, they have trouble eating pop-tarts.

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    If it makes you feel any better:

    I showed a Hickok45 video in one of my US History classes while we were talking about gun control.
    I have been invited over to try out one of the parent's new AR-15s this summer
    I talk about guns with some of my students at least once a week

    I work at a private school though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigel42 View Post
    That's the point of these asinine zero tolerance gun policies. Its is a very effective way to eventually repeal the 2nd amendment. The end result is voting adults who are so shell shocked of guns, they have trouble eating pop-tarts.
    Combine that with the push to "brainwash" kids on guns (as per the post yesterday regarding AG Holder's statement) and the dots begin to connect a little more. No doubt in my mind that it is a tool and tactic of the liberal-socialist-left wing-democrats to achieve an ideological goal.
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    Through subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) control over the education process, the liberals hope to achive their ultimate goal in which we will become them and we won't even know it.
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    I speak about guns, shooting, the 2A, etc all the time with my public school students. Maybe it ruffles some feathers, I don't know. But guns are legal, they're not immoral or shameful, and if I want to yak with one of my students about the pros and cons of AR vs AK gas systems (a real convo I had last week), so be it. Hell, I was looking up AK cleaning vids on youtube on my work computer just today. And I continually reference the need to be educated, critical, engaged, and vigilant so as not to be taken advantage of by those in power. I'm a drop in the ocean, I know, but not all teachers are collectivist drones.

    I used to be quite liberal, and now that I'm more or less stuck in a job that I regard as deeply immoral (the guard over my town's kidnapped children), I try to ease my conscience where I can by a little intellectual monkeywrenching. Ignoring the common core, expressing contempt for testing, etc. It's not enough, and soon I hope to make a change. But it's something.
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    repost in the appropriate forum. This one is for self defense related stories only.
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