The universities throughout America should have classes in the use of arms for self defense. When the students have passed their training they should be allowed to carry arms for their own safety.
Those universities who choose not to do this should at least have armed guards in their dorms and classrooms. It is just like 9/11 demanding airlines to ban arms on their passengers and we are playing into the arms of liberals who believe only our government should be armed. Wake up!
Things are changing in America. Our citizens and our students are filled with rage over the decisions being made by our government. Donâ€™t kid yourself that Bush is against gun control. Read the Patriots bills where he shows that we can be disarmed when the White House feels is it necessary.
We must stop drugging our kids with Prozac and Ritalin as it changes the chemistry in their brains.
Many articles have been written on this subject but when a massacre like this one and Columbine happen, look a little deeper into the drugs given to the murderers. The combinations of these drugs and the video games and television/movies shown, have added a new dimension to their violence development.
Why do we allow our children to be dragged into the society of hatred and rage? When their brains have been drugged, their self esteem and decision making is wiped out.
The average American child today in America spends thousands of hours in front of the television and then introduced to violent video games. These will do no harm if that child has been properly given guidance in respecting others and that must be done with a clean brain and done in the family home.
Our kids who attend universities at this time are sitting ducks and it is up to the Universities to allow them to protect themselves from anything that comes their way. But in America the people will whine and demand gun control and expect the people to obey the law. Sure like they quit doing drugs and got out of their street gangs.
The government cannot teach character building and neither can the television. We are breeding a generation of rage and anger.