October 16, 2019

One Texas School District Is Already Arming Its Teachers, And The Signs Posted Outside The Schools Say It All

A Texas school district isn’t waiting around for lawmakers to make up their minds on whether arming teachers is a good idea–they’ve already decided that it is. Callisburg Independent School District in Callisburg, Texas, began their “guardian” program a few years ago, which allows teachers to volunteer to carry concealed firearms on school grounds. Superintendent […]

Students in West Texas school district ‘feel safe’ at school — the reason why will prevent shooting

Parents and students feel safe at schools in a West Texas school district because staff are armed and there are signs warning would-be shooters outside each school. (Image source: KFDA-TV screenshot) After another tragic school shooting, this time in Florida, many Second Amendment advocates say they believe placing concealed weapons in the hands of highly […]

INDOCTRINATION: NY Public School District Enacts ‘Black Lives Matter at School’ Day

On Thursday, teachers and staff from the Rochester City School District in upstate New York were informed via email that February 17 will be “Black Lives Matter at School: A Day of Understanding & Affirmation.” The email encourages educators to buy a “Black Lives Matter at School” t-shirt “so students will know where you stand” and […]

“WORST EVER RESULT”: Merkel TAKES RESPONSIBILITY, DEFENDS Muslim Migrant Policies that Led to CRUSHING ELECTION DEFEAT in her Home District

The people are rising. Merkel’s party got 19% in the election — its worst ever result in the state, German broadcasters said. Merkel’s disastrous polices led to the unexpected rise of the Alternative fuer Deutschland (AfD) party. The party is just three years old, but their stunning success is a rebuke to the islamization of […]

The District of Columbia goes to Rubio, while Cruz takes Wyoming

UPDATE: Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has won the Washington, D.C., Republican caucus, adding 10 delegates to his total. Ohio Gov. John Kasich came in second in the vote tally, taking nine delegates. Neither Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, nor Donald Trump received enough votes to get any delegates from the district. Tonight’s victory marks Rubio’s third […]

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