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Where are the arrests of the business owners? Where are the raids at purdue, tyson, smithfield, or trump properties? Christ you can pick up 212 illegals in a couple home depot parking lots any day of the week without breaking a sweat.
No, we know that he's systematically investigating and working his way up the food chain. This is but another stop on his road.
Imo, a free market would solve this problem. Look at Lasik surgery as an example wherein there are tons of competitors and financing options to keep the cost low.
first one with CB radios
lol--you think a school campus has "an" entrance?
Why don't we just lock the main door too then? And any visitor must get buzzed in?
That's what pretty much all schools do already.
Yes, it did. Read this article for the details:
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High has fences, gates and emergency procedures to keep students safe, but a determined gunman found a way around them.
He came when he knew the gates would be open and set off a fire alarm that would dismantle a safety system, officials say. And the school resource officer, who is supposed to help protect students, may not have been on school grounds at the time.
Accused gunman Nikolas Cruz, who had been expelled from the school for behavioral problems, arrived on campus about 20 minutes before the school day ended.That’s the time school officials usually open the gates around campus so students and staff parked in various parking lots, as well as school buses and parents picking up their kids, can get out easily, said Jerry Graziose, the district’s former director of school safety.
“During the day, those areas locked. But when you’re getting ready for kids to leave, all the gates in the different areas have to be unlocked, and it takes a few minutes for the person doing that,” Graziose .said
Again--read up. The school is locked down. The shooter knew the routine.
Of course it was. You can't keep it locked down when kids enter and exit. That's the point.
So, what do you propose. Having a SWAT team clear the campus every day before and after school?
Because the security guard would likely be flirting with one of the secretaries or talking to a student or playing candy crush when the assault rifle toting murderer came up on him. The element of surprise would be squarely on the side of the kid.
I believe comment 99 is against your rules
What if an armed and trained security guard was in the hallway and he knew they were there? Any chance the outcome might have changed when the guard heard him shooting his way in?
Cannons were in legal private ownership in 1775 when the Revolutionary war broke out.
Whoa Nelly. Let's back up. Is your position that citizens should have the right to any weapon?