An enormous amount of attention is being focused on this event, even to the point of having the president make emotional speeches about it and visiting the families, and the story has been the top story on the news not just in the United States, but all over the world.
Obviously this is an enormous tragedy for the families involved, however there is something very important that’s not being said here.
The obvious attack on the 2nd amendment may be the main topic on your mind, but the problem goes much deeper than gun control or any of these other surface issues.
Now I’ve been watching this news for most of the day. Remarkably, it seems to change every few minutes.
First, we had the name change. Who exactly did the shooting? Ryan? Adam? Someone else?
Then, we hear that someone in camo garb or something was apprehended in the woods. When I first heard this, I assumed it was the brother and that was why there was confusion about the name.
But turns out that the brother was actually at work – and was not in the woods. So who was in the woods?
Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Serious Questions Arise Concerning the True Nature of the Events…
Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting
Serious Questions Arise Concerning the True Nature of the Events
…..In the wake of this event, some very confusing details have surfaced in regards to the mainstream media‘s reports concerning the true nature of the events which took place inside the school. The purpose of this write-up is merely to ask some very basic questions, as the media reports which have surfaced, when put together, seem to paint a very confusing picture.
Newt: Fire the Janitors, Hire Kids to Clean Schools
foxnews.com ^ | November 19, 2011 | staff
Posted on Saturday, November 19, 2011 12:32:20 PM by BarnacleCenturion
Newt Gingrich tonight said at an address at Harvard that child work laws “entrap” poor children into poverty – and suggested that a better way to handle failing schools is to fire the janitors, hire the local students and let them get paid for upkeep.
“This is something that no liberal wants to deal with,” Gingrich said.
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I Went to Tucson… (and all I got was this lousy tee shirt)
Grand Rants ^ | 01-14-11 | Stoutcat
Posted on Friday, January 14, 2011 8:47:37 AM by Stoutcat
…Yes, yes, The Speech was fine. Full of rainbows and unicorns and signifying nothing. But did the whole thing have to be turned into a campagin rally? Were the names of the victims listed on the back, like a rock band’s tour schedule? Faugh! This is appalling.
Sure wish my great grandmother had grabbed one of these when she went to Gettysburg…
Officials at Grambling State University in Grambling, La., have dispatched an e-mail to students warning them against forwarding certain political e-mails they may get on the school e-mail system, because they could violate “state policy.”
The issue is being highlighted by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, which monitors educational institutions for violations of civil rights.”As the national dialogue increasingly focuses on the upcoming elections, administrators at Grambling State have made the unconstitutional decision to shut down the conversation on campus,” said Robert Shibley, the organization’s senior vice president.
“The First Amendment protects such core political expression, and as a public university, GSU cannot lawfully prevent students and faculty from speaking their minds about the electoral choices facing our country,” he said.”Back Fired,” by William J. Federer, shows how the faith that gave birth to tolerance is no longer tolerated!
It was an e-mail from GSU’s Office of Media Relations that started the problem.”Individuals who receive political campaign solicitations via university e-mail are advised to delete these e-mails upon receipt,” said the e-mail. “DO NOT FORWARD campaign solicitations using university e-mail as this implies your support for the candidate and may be viewed as utilizing university resources for solicitation purposes, a violation of … state policy,” according to FIRE.
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