4063643188?profile=original NRA - Congress must pass a law putting armed police officers in every school in America

The NRA came out with a bold plan for congress to provide armed guards in all schools across the nation as a response to the tragic elementary school murders in Newtown, Connecticut, according to Fox News. National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre made it clear in a Washington D. C. Press Conference, Friday, December 21st that the only way to confront the issue of protecting the lives of school children, teachers and administrators is to not give an inch of ground to the future gunmen and gun control hysteria. Arm all the schools and protect the children is the answer!

LaPierre vividly pointed out, "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun!" His point resonates with the tens of thousands of trained, unemployed combat veterans, retired law enforcement officials, and even military reservists across America who are potential resources. These Americans are more than willing and able to help insure the safety and security of the nation’s 132,656
 schools.

According to the Center for Education Reform’s latest 2010 report, there are approximately 55,235,000 children in enrolled in K-12 schools in America. This represents millions of potential targets for an unbalanced gunman like Adam Lantz to harm or murder innocent children, teachers and administrators. This is not an option that America’s parents or society should be willing to accept.

The NRA’s new plan to provide training for all public school teachers and students to help deal with safety and security in the school is far more acceptable than waiting for President Obama and his gun-czar task force head Vice President Biden to find more punitive ways to erode gun rights in America.

The biggest barrier to preventing escalating gun violence in American schools by shooters determined to kill innocent people, is a refusal by the mainstream media to acknowledge these murderers are domestic terrorists.

When Adam Lantz cold bloodedly murdered his mother, Nancy Lantz in her bed and shot and killed 20 children and 6 adults, he was a domestic terrorist. When James Holmes walked into an Aurora, Colorado movie theater in July fully dressed in protective body armor and armed with a Glock handgun, shotgun and assault rifle, he was a domestic terrorist.

So would make perfect logic to monitor and proactively apprehend these gunmen, who appear to be suffering from some type of psychotic break, and have demonstrated previous potential for deadly violence behavior. A national database to monitor these individuals is a useful first step when they send up red flags for habitually engaging in violent threatening behavior.

America needs more than a simple as well as predictable knee-jerk reaction to attack legitimate gun owners. America needs a true counter-terrorism response to this growing threat. A national registry of high-risk individuals like the Adam Lantz’s and James Holmes of the nation should be part of a national database, just as sex-offenders as well as potential terrorist threats are monitored.

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  • Arnold,

    Are you being sarcastic?

    I graduated HS in '71 and teachers didn't take none of our pocket knives from us. And during hunting season, there was a small arsenal of shotguns and rifles w/ammo in the HS student parking lot.

     I agree with Lapierre that there should armed security in every school, but that's not the Fed governments responsibility. It should be up to the States and communities on how to handle it.

  • They will not take our second amendments away...They are not that stupid...

  • I agree and will pay in taxes my fair share to keep our children safe...

  • >>>  WAYNE  LaPIERRE IS RIGHT ON EVERY POINT OF HIS PLAN . EVERY SCHOOL IN AMERICA MUST HAVE A MUCH MORE SECURE PLACE FOR THE CHILDREN . THERE SHOULD BE A THOROUGH INSPECTION OF EVERY PERSON WHO HAS ACCESS TO A SCHOOL , JUST AS AT THE AIRPORTS AND GOVERNMENT OFFICES . IN THE 1940 s  AND 1950 s , TEACHERS IN AMERICA WERE FREQUENTLY TAKING KNIVES FROM STUDENTS .

    TEACHERS IN ISRAEL ARE ARMED AND THEY HAVE SAFE SCHOOLS .

  • Larrie,

    I've heard that some of the innercity schools can be quite rough on teachers. And I'm sure we've all heard the stories of teachers being attacked by their own students. Perahps all the unruly snots would behave better if the teacher was packing a Beretta 92FS (or something similar) on their hip, while at the head of the classroom.

    Do y'all remember that Princible that straighten out an inner city school, with a baseball bat?

  • What we really need and now would be a great time for it, is to put this issue of the second amendment to rest once and for all and take it off of the debate table forever! We need to pass the 28th amendment as well, the one circulating around on the web. This will be the only way we the people will ever regain control of our own government!

  • I would agree with you Jerry. No one is talking about the young history teacher with the concealed permit who was armed and when a hostile entered the school and started shooting he dropped the perp. cold. Not much in the news about that one? I think our teachers should be trained and armed as much for the students as for their own protection!

  • The Fed need not legislate any mandates for armed security in our schools, The States can handle this, or the local schools systems. It appears by Laperrre's statement that the NRA doesn't have confidence in the average citizen to be able to resolve this matter. Is the NRA submitting to the communist ideology that only the central government can solve problems? It wouldn't be the first time that the NRA has "compromised" with the anti-gun crowd.

  • No, it won't stop ALL THE VIOLENCE, but it should sure make a big dent in it !!  --Tom S

  •  to be re-elected ... geesh!  Many,  not manny...  this tiny tablet needs some getting used to.

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