H/T Keep And Bear.
This teacher says the cross is a gang symbol she is nuts.
I bet she would not have a problem with a student wearing a hijab a symbol of female oppression.
Lora Jane Riedas, a Florida teacher at Hillsborough County Public School, has reportedly banned three students so far from wearing a cross necklaces, symbolizing Christianity, to her class.
A non-profit litigation group has taken an interest in the situation, and sent a letter to the school’s superintendent, Jeff Eakins, explaining the wrong-doings of Riedas.
The letter claims that Riedas intentionally violated the student’s rights, as well as pushed the LGBTQ’s agenda.
Liberty Counsel said, “We write on behalf of parents of children in the classroom of teacher Lora Jane Riedas, a math teacher at Riverview High School, who report that Ms. Riedas has prohibited at least three children from wearing Christian cross necklaces in her classroom, claiming…
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H/T Keep And Bear.
Gun control does not work no matter where it is tried.
How many French lives could have been saved if Frenchmen were armed?
France has some of the stricter gun control laws in all of Europe and yet the nation has been plagued with violent attacks. Some attacks have used guns, other knives, machetes, bombs or vehicles. Anyone, especially a terrorist, will find a way to kill regardless of what laws are in place. The rash of violent and deadly attacks in France are proof the gun controls do not reduce violence.
France has fairly strict gun control laws. According to one source:
“Guiding gun control legislation in France includes the Internal Security Code, the Decree No. 2013-700 of 30 July 2013 on the Implementation of the Act No. 2012-304 of 6 March 2012 on the Establishment of a Modern, Simplified and Preventive Control of…
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According to a 2013 PEW Research Center survey, the household gun ownership rate in rural areas was 2.11 times greater than in urban areas (“Why Own a Gun? Protection is Now Top Reason,” PEW Research Center, March 12, 2013). Suburban households are 28.6% more likely to own guns than urban households. Despite lower gun ownership, urban areas experience much higher murder rates. One should not put much weight on this purely “cross-sectional” evidence over one point in time, but it is still interesting to note that so much of the country has both very high gun ownership rates and zero murders.