school shootings

New Mexico Muslim Terrorist Compound Similar To Colorado Muslim Terrorist Compound Busted In 1992

Even though the Muslim compound busted in Amalia, New Mexico bears striking similarities to a Muslim terorrist compound bust in Colorado in 1992, in what is arguably the briefest forensic investigation of a terrorist compound in history, the New Mexico compound has been razed to the ground, taking with it any evidence.

Democrat Judge Turns Loose Muslims Arrested At School Shooting Training Compound

Even though Siraj Ibn Wahhaj has documented ties to terrorism, was arrested in possession of a cache of guns, and is alleged to have been training children to carry out school shootings, New Mexico Judge Sarah Backus, an elected Democrat, granted him and his accomplices bail because their danger to the community was not established to her satsifaction.

Trump, DOJ taking steps to make Americans safer after school shootings

Jeff Sessions, Fox News

We have a law-and-order president who is determined to make America safer. President Trump and his administration are moving swiftly and taking action. With these new measures in place, we are better positioned to disarm criminals and protect the law-abiding people of this country. Achieving those two goals will help us achieve President Trump’s goal of a safer America.

A good guy with a gun stops a school shooting

Katie Pavlich, The Hill

A good guy with a gun is a valid solution to fighting those who want to harm students, teachers and administrators in America’s schools. Protecting institutions of learning requires competent, courageous officers and staff who are willing to act. These individuals should be given the green light to engage when evil walks through the classroom door. Failing to fight back or engage a threat is not a viable or responsible option.

Why We Need the Second Amendment More than Ever

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

The ultimate reason that that amendment came to be was something just as crucial (perhaps more, if that's possible) as personal or family protection -- and I bet almost everyone in that CPAC crowd knew it. It was for the citizenry to protect themselves against a tyrannical government. James Madison and the other Founders proposed we adapt the Second Amendment from British Common Law.  They saw into a future beyond muskets and AR-15s and Glocks and even drones, lasers and whatever else people will use on each other.

The debate we need on school shootings

Editors, Washington Examiner

We disagree with politicians who reacted to the horrific school shooting in Florida by pleading “now is not the time” for a debate on gun laws. A debate on gun control and all policies that could help prevent such a traumatizing event from happening again is welcome. But it needs to be a real debate, and such a thing has been hard to come by. There are clashing values and competing rights contending here, so any debate will unavoidably include anger.

CO Shooter Claimed to be Socialist

Los Angles Times Staff

Karl Halverson Pierson entered Arapahoe High School heavily armed, seeking his debate coach. He shot another student and himself. Students said the shooter described himself as socialist and antiauthoritarian.

Poll: Less Believe in Gun Control

Jacqueline Klimas, The Washington Times

The call for stricter gun control has waned since the Newtown, Conn., school shooting at the end of 2012, a Gallup poll released Friday found. The country now is split nearly evenly on whether gun control laws need to be stricter.