Our schools have long been Leftist training centers, but they’ve recently taken the next step in their overt brainwashing of our children. Time after time, they are reinforcing the precept that all guns are evil, regardless of context or form.
No need to rehash the myriad older examples: every day seems to bring forth new (and worse) ones, which only serve to further prove my point.
(Courtesy of CBS Los Angeles) – Sophomore Haley Bullwinkle said when she wore her NRA shirt to Canyon High School last month, she landed in the principal’s office for violating the school’s dress code that forbids offensive, violent or divisive clothing.
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Below is a video follow-up to our post from a few days back: “Local businesses advertise they are ‘Gun Free Zones’. What could go wrong?“…
In this interview, Greta repeatedly asks him if he agrees that the “Gun Free Zone” signs make these businesses more of a target for criminals (gee, ya’ think?). Each time, Mayor McGinn responds to her questioning as if he has a hearing disorder, and we’re treated to various versions of “businesses have the right to refuse service to people with a gun”, …which, you’ll kindly note, is not an actual answer to the question posed.
A mea culpa: I completely missed this video when it originally came out, back when the New York state newspaper (the ‘Journal News’) published the names and addresses of pistol permit-holders in Westchester and Rockland counties.
No matter. It’s just as pertinent today, illustrating perfectly the tremendous hypocrisy exhibited by Leftists/Statists when it comes to what THEY claim to “believe” in.
Posing as “Citizens Against Senseless Violence,” O’Keefe and company visited the homes of anti-gun journalists employed by The Journal News in New York and the Star-Ledger in New Jersey.
They also swung by Touré’s place and paid a visit to the ol’ Eric Holder homestead. Each household was asked to display a yard sign with the words “This Home is Proudly Gun Free.”
Last year, we covered several stories of heroism (“Land of the Fearful; Home of the Meek“). In each case, normal, everyday folks took extraordinary action while at work which, in a saner time in our history, would have garnered them nationwide recognition. In these cases, however, their bravery and willingness to act resulted in their being fired.
I said at the time why I felt this was the case:
“All three of these incidents have people acting in a heroic manner, either out of bravery, concern for others or just self-preservation. When did this become objectionable?
The answer, of course, is that now we are supposed to be timid, mild-mannered sheep, who turn a blind eye to people in need or even to our own safety. We aren’t supposed to question authority, even when that authority is nowhere to be found.”
So when I read the news report below, I was horrified that I may have been even more correct at the time than I thought. From the New York Daily News: