Think nothing has been done in the wake of recent mass shootings? Think again!

by Ken Hanson

I typically have a personal policy of not talking about shooting incidents as they happen. Anyone who's making political points off the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL is dancing in the blood of children.

But since the various mom groups, bought and paid for by Michael Bloomberg and George Soros, do not feel the same, I'm going to comment today.

I've been writing about school shootings for nearly 20 years. You can Google that. Solid fact.

Another Tragedy - Another Blame Game

by Jim Shepherd

With news of [Wednesday]’s tragedy in Broward County, Florida we’re reeling -again- over the senseless slaughter of at least seventeen people. This time the tragedy is in Parkland, Florida, population 31,000.

Again, the killer appears to be another angry teen. One expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for “disciplinary reasons”.

Again, preliminary investigations are starting to point to another disturbed person whose intent may have been obvious to anyone who cared to look - or say something if they had.

News organization removes web data on school safety plans after article

On Wednesday December 13, Buckeye Firearms Foundation published an article addressing a concern about northeast Ohio PBS conglomerate's decision to publish a list of schools in Ohio that may or may not have armed staff.

FASTER Saves Lives' Joe Eaton on Washington D.C. Public Radio

Buckeye Firearms Foundation's FASTER Saves Lives is getting attention across the country as the nation marks the five year anniversary of the mass killing in Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.

Washington D.C.'s public radio station, WAMU, hosted a panel show featuring FASTER program director Joe Eaton, along with Shannon Watts of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and John Donohue, Professor, Stanford Law School.

Five Years After Sandy Hook

by Jim Shepherd

Today's an anniversary most of us would rather not celebrate. Five years ago, a disturbed 20-year old slaughtered 20 young children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut.

The fact he'd murdered his mother and stolen her guns didn't stop the calls for new gun laws. None of which would have prevented the event. But that didn't stop the gun control groups. Never does, as we've unfortunately learned since.

The NRA was roundly criticized for suggesting that the only answer to a bad guy with a gun was a good guy with a gun.


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