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Mar 11 2013

Responses to Thuggish Anti-Gun Brainwashing in Public Schools

Government schools are so useless at educating that 80% of high school grads in NYC aren’t fit to enter college. But they are highly suited for brainwashing impressionable children to regard firearms with horror. It’s hard to imagine that a campaign taken to these extremes won’t have an effect:

In Maryland, 7-year-old Josh Welch took bites from a pastry (something akin to a Pop Tart) in such a way that it resembled the shape of a gun. He was suspended for two days.

In a suburb of Los Angeles, the 15-year-old son of Hollywood actor Joseph C. Phillips was threatened by a teacher with police action, and the boy’s mental stability was questioned in front of other students. Why? The young man had a photograph of a bb gun on a digital camera.

In Florida a high school football player brought a gun onto a bus and verbalized the intent to kill a fellow player. Another student stopped him. The Good Samaritan was suspended from school for being involved in a gun-related incident.

A mom in Caro, Michigan adorned cupcakes with toy soldiers for her son’s 9th birthday. The toy soldiers resembled America’s armed forces of World War II. The school confiscated the toy soldiers, insisting all the while that no disrespect of U.S. service members was intended.

A kindergartener in Mt. Carmel, Pennsylvania was suspended for two days and made to undergo a psychiatric evaluation after she used a pink “Miss Kitty” bubble dispenser that resembled a handgun.

Perhaps the most heart-breaking in this array of histrionics comes from South Philadelphia. Fifth grade student Melody Valentin had in her pocket a piece of paper folded into a shape that vaguely resembled a gun. As she went to throw it away, a school official yelled at her, threatened her with police action, and searched her in front other students. She claims other students called her a “murderer.”

Given all the rhetoric coming out of left-wing educrats regarding “bullying,” this is a thoughtful suggestion:

Can the above-referenced behavior by school officials be called anything less than bullying? Perhaps schools should spend more time teaching and less time engaged in the kind of thuggery, hysteria and hate mongering that 7th grade bullies might use.

Fortunately not everyone in the government–education–media axis of evil is completely on board with the anti-gun agenda. The astonishing story of a 7-year-old boy suspended because his Pop-Tart reminded the teacher of a gun after he had taken a few bites out of it appears to have inspired a true rarity — sensible legislation:

State Sen. J. B. Jennings (R-Baltimore, Hartford counties) … introduced legislation titled “The Reasonable School Discipline Act of 2013.”

The measure would prevent principals from suspending or expelling students who make “a hand shape or gesture resembling a gun” or bring to school “any other object that resembles a gun but serves another purpose.”

That a law like this is necessary confirms that no child should be subjected to the nightmare realm of moonbat indoctrination liberals have made of government schools.

stop-blaming-guns
Another excellent proposal.

On tips from G. Fox and The MaryHunter. Hat tip: Young Americans for Liberty.

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  • Spider

    “To conquer a nation without the use of military force, you must first control the minds of their young…” — Karl Marx

  • Jimbo

    I wonder… how many days suspension and how much ‘psychiatric evaluating’ will the penalty be for calling Obama “a worthless communist idiot” on school grounds?

  • https://twitter.com/TheWrightWingv2 TheWrightWing

    Not just in schools.

    The hunt for thought criminals is just getting started:

    NJ Mom Arrested and Guns Confiscated After Speaking Out at Public Meeting

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/03/nj-mom-arrested-and-guns-confiscated-after-speaking-out-at-public-meeting-on-property-taxes/

  • Flu-Bird

    Our school system totaly stinks i mean their telling the kids that GLOBAL WARMING is REAL and cuased by the INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE or backyard BBQs Now the pacsifists pansies are running our schools Its no wonder Johnny and Suzie cant read Its all this PC poppycock HOME EDUCATION is the answer thats why the leftists NEA opposes HOME SCHOOLING

  • Skyfall

    The momentum is with them right now. Every day, more and more, you’re going to see them clamping down, putting the screws on, using their public bullying to stamp out any thinking that isn’t “progressive”. You MUST be anti-gun, anti-Jesus, anti-Capitalist, pro-homo, pro-abortion, pro-union, pro-Obama OR ELSE.

    They are the enemy, and they’re in full flower right now.

    They mean you harm.

  • dan

    they don’t teach history and they don’t teach finance…
    and so in ignorance we are led into bondage
    and fight wars for our masters, the Bankers:
    http://youtu.be/5hfEBupAeo4

  • Comrade J

    How can they teach to value human life if they teach that a baby can be murdered on demand?

  • Ummah Gummah

    .

    The Nazi mayor’s been stopped, at least for now:

    Judge halts mayor’s soda ban, calls it ‘arbitrary and capricious’

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/mayor_bloomberg_believes_themselves_enfmR96eplT88TyLQInuoI

    So there ARE still a few sensible judges left..

    .

  • Flu-Bird

    Bloomberg totaly rejects the U.S. CONSTITUTION just like all these liberal leftists big city mayors especialy those who belong to the leftists MAYORS AGAINST ILLEGAL GUNS they all need to lose their maerican citizenships and be deported

  • Sam

    Abject stupidity and lack of common sense needs to be made a capital offense.

  • Flu-Bird

    Dont forget in the disney film WHINIE THE POOH AND THE BLUSTERY DAY when he uses a cork gun to guard his honey from those HEFFELUMPS & WOOZLES

  • GoinSane

    I remember watching “Peter and the Wolf” many times in school. I guess they can’t show that anymore. And you better not pick up that pine cone – it looks like a hand grenade. Or that branch – it looks like a rifle. And while you are at it, you better not point your finger. Even just making a fist could be threatening – people hit other people with fists, and it looks like a hand grenade too! I always thought dirt clods made the best hand grenades – they would “explode” when they hit the ground.

    I don’t know how I didn’t grow up to be a mass murderer. <_<

  • Mr Evilwrench

    WrightWing: That’s why you take at least an audio recording whenever you’re interacting like that. Heck, I have one with enough memory to last a week of any time I’m out of the house. She obviously didn’t have time to edit it, and it would prove what she said and didn’t say.

  • Jodie

    Sam says:
    March 11, 2013 at 1:45 pm

    “Abject stupidity and lack of common sense needs to be made a capital offense.”

    True that! Unfortunately, large sodas, guns, cigarettes, and words are headed to be capital offenses.

  • DJ

    Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), a member of the Democratic Party’s [nation wreaking] leadership in the House of Representatives, suggested to Jason Mattera at a Feb. 13 women’s rights rally that plans for an assault weapons ban and private-sales background checks were only the beginning of a broader gun control agenda extending to handguns as well.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/03/11/Schakowsky-Assault-Weapons-Ban-is-Just-the-Beginning

  • Son of Taz

    Outlaw the teacher’s unions. They are nothing more than extreme leftists, or more correctly, enablers of communism.

    If we can’t outlaw them, which I think we could since they became legal under John F. Kennedy, then every state must enact right-to-work laws. As with Wisconsin, employees will vote with their feet, rejecting the unions.

  • soft weak cowards

    Ahhh! The poptarts are coming! No tart is safe. Report tart criminals to the ministry of truth comrade and your vodka rations will be increased.

  • Alan

    Sorry, we don’t need another law, although parents suing the school(s) for, say, violating free-expression rights may be appropriate.

    This generation’s zero-tolerance policies grew out of previous generation’s cases of misbehaving kids getting off with wrist-slaps because they were teacher’s pet, star athletes, or had politically-connected parents. The pendulum has swung the other way, and will eventually stabilize.

    Funny yet serious article:

    http://www.cracked.com/article_17216_the-5-most-popular-safety-laws-that-dont-work_p2.html

  • Flu-Bird

    Disney is too chicken of JESSIE JACKASSON and the leftists NAACP to ever release SONG OF THE SOUTH on DVD

  • Dr. 9

    “We may not be able to take your guns, but we’ll do the next best thing and keep you from using them…” — Your Govt.)

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/03/11/lawmakers-eye-new-taxes-for-guns-ammo/%20?test=latestnews

  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    It’s a shame that we must now legislate reasonableness

  • Flu-Bird

    Zero tollrence of Intellegence in our school system At one time w added and subtracted using PPLES and ORANGES now they used TREES chopped down by lumber compnaies.I can remember playing WAR,COWBOY & INDIAN,COPS & ROBBERS now becuase of the whimptard social engeneers they want all boys to grow up to be herb gardeners or piano players and ballet dancers Need anymore reasons for HOME SCHOOLING?

  • TED
  • GoinSane

    I have almost no respect for teachers anymore. Any teacher that I could respect would have resigned over this crap years ago, except for those few who are trying to fight the system from within.

  • Flu-Bird

    Bring back HOME SCHOOLING and end the brainwashing of the NEA and DEPT of EDUCATION

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