What If One Of The Teachers Had A Gun?

Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership
Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership

Washington, DC –-(Ammoland.com)- Continuing our output this week following the 12/14/12 Sandy Hook Shooting massacre, we have another substantial article for you to consider — written by Drew Zahn on World Net Daily.

He begins by asking “Does making schools “gun-free zones” really protect children, or make them easy targets?” plus “But what if one of the teachers had a gun, too? Could Lanza have been stopped and many of the children’s lives saved?” — questions so many clear thinking people have asked.

He then delves in some detail into past events as well as various views in different states and jurisdictions on the matter of armed school staff, both for and against.

Take note of one particular link in the article regarding the uptake of armed school staff in Harrold TX – a blueprint if there ever was one and yet on we go with the gun-free-zone approach, leaving teachers and students vulnerable to attack by anyone with a mental disturbance and only moderate determination.

Go read What if one of the teachers had a gun? and read about the many facets of this contentious issue.

Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership Mission is to destroy “gun control” and to encourage Americans to understand and defend all of the Bill of Rights for everyone. Those are the twin goals of Wisconsin-based Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO). Founded by Jews and initially aimed at educating the Jewish community about the historical evils that Jews have suffered when they have been disarmed, JPFO has always welcomed persons of all religious beliefs who share a common goal of opposing and reversing victim disarmament policies while advancing liberty for all.

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