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Too much anti-gun hysteria

November 4, 2013

Action by the Arlington Local School District in Hancock County, Ohio, may make reasonable people wonder where anti-gun hysteria will end....

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EarlyBird

Nov-04-13 7:08 AM

I imagine the students get better grades from that teacher for being anti-gun then too. There is a very dark but hot future for those who mess with the innocence of children.

Our government knows no boundaries when it comes to getting what they want and don't need.

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EarlyBird

Nov-04-13 7:25 AM

Didn't we pass a law sometime back that parents would be held accountable for their children's actions? If not we should, it would make parents become more involved in what their kids are up to and also probably get them more involved in voting.

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Legend

Nov-04-13 9:48 AM

the majority voted for the people who control the schools. both parties have had their chances to correct many infringements on the right to bear arms. it is an excellent subject for an editorial. don't think the gun shy teacher/staff would be any different in a private school. we need politicians with enough backbone to do something about it--without so many strange ideas they can't get elected.

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namexxx

Nov-04-13 11:53 AM

Guns and children don't mix.

This newspaper will be held directly responsible the next time our children are gunned down at school.

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73Hockey

Nov-04-13 1:04 PM

Wow, namexx, just wow.

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BeaverFan

Nov-04-13 4:20 PM

I agree with most of this post. We part ways at "Public schools everywhere have taken the intelligent step of banning students and staff from bringing firearms onto their campuses." How is disarming staff going to make schools safer. Of the last 10 school shootings how many were carried out by on-duty school staff? And do you really think a staff member that wants to shoot another staff member or student is going to ask for permission?

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JackAaah

Nov-06-13 7:43 AM

Willies.....was that in our motherland, Chicago?

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MattRothchild

Nov-06-13 11:48 AM

Doubt that would happen.

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EarlyBird

Nov-07-13 7:43 AM

Off subject here but what is confusing to me is the cigarette ads against smoking that show teens smoking when it is illegal to show someone smoking on TV. Whats up with that?

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JackAaah

Nov-09-13 8:57 AM

I just wish the hypocrisy would end....and the sale of the product in the state was banned.....'for the common good'.

Come Together

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