Today, Riley and Matthew talk with an educator in Georgia about strategies for protecting and defending our students and schools including the ever touchy issue of “arming teachers.” Plus what other tools should we consider providing schools and educators beyond firearms?
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Not only is shouting and disparaging someone not a great way to persuade them, it often times has the exact opposite effect. Galvanizing them in their opinion and reaffirming that they are rational and anyone arguing differently is not. For this reason, I have ALWAYS advocated in every instance that it is only productive […]
A recent study from the University of Illinois shows that even with Las Vegas and Orlando fresh in our minds, mass shootings are not in fact increasing in terms of frequency. We found this study to be quite interesting as well as today’s other fascinating news out of Australia as we look at the results […]
As I am sure most of you are aware, there are plenty people and publications that take a look at concealed carriers and the CCW lifestyle with a very negative eye. Perhaps the most well known anti-CCW piece in recent memory is this one from the New Yorker.
With the recent terrorist attacks in San Bernandino, Orlando and even Dallas, there is much attention being given to so-called “assault rifles.” Is all this talk warranted?