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Question of the Day
Do you think the NRA's plan of putting armed guards in schools would keep kids safe?
Comment: Conceal/Carry would be a better prevention. from Huber Heights by Ron
Comment: Nothing is fool proof but we must absolutely do this. Since 1968 we have made gun laws tougher; tried an assualt weapon ban that did nothing; we know what doesn't work. It's time for something different. from Jamestown by Larry
Comment: So let's say, for once, the police arrive on the scene when there is still an active shooter. What would be the expected response from the police? The same as always: stop the threat as quickly as possible, by any means available. Wouldn't it make more sense to stop the shooter sooner, if possible? The only way to do that is to have armed personnel on site to be able to engage the shooter earlier. There are thousands of highly qualified military personnel returning to civilian life all the time. Many find it hard to get a job. Why not keep them working protecting the future (our children)? Isn't it worth it? from Dayton, Oh by Al
Comment: Yes. Armed guards, or Arm and Train 1 in every 8 or 10 teachers. Seconds are lives!! When they defend themselves, they can't be shooting others. from Xenia, Ohio by John
Comment: isreal arms teachers and has never had a problem.They live with a threat everyday. from huber heights, oh. by tom griffith
Comment: gun free zones say come here we are open and unprotected-use former officers that are on disability or retirees from BGeavercreek, Oh by Ray
Comment: Yes, I believe it will help. But what would help even more is for willing teachers to be armed. Israel suffered from school shootings until they decided to arm the teachers and the older, high school students. It worked. from Dayton, Ohio by Val
Comment: this is the only way to stop an assalt with a gun. from Xenia, Oh by Dennis
Comment: gun ban will not work! more guns will work
Comment: Sombody on campus could act immediatly.anybody ever called 911????there best is not good enough when lives are at risk. I was in an auto accident with severe life threatening injurys to a CHILD caused by a intoxicated driver it took over 30 munites for help to arrive--we were less then 1/2 mile from police station..cops help but there just too slow to save lives from miamisburg by matt
Comment: Our children are our most precious resource and deserve every protection possible. from Jamestown, OH by BECKY
Comment: Best idea yet to fix the "gun free" zones from Jackson Center, OH by Jim
Comment: that and god in shools from springfield ohio by james
Comment: At least somebody would be on site to end this criminal act. All Schools should be on lock-Down during School hours. And each person screened, before entering the building. from Germantown,Ohio by Gary
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