So much so, they seemed, at times, to be reading from the same script.
"We would have a greater teacher shortage, because I know myself and a lot of my colleagues will leave the classroom because we wouldn't feel safe with guns in school", Paull told CNN.
Brock Cartwright, the superintendent in Claude, Texas, won't reveal how many or who among his teachers is armed, but the district's message to potential intruders blares in capital letters in three signs: "Please be aware that the staff at Claude ISD is armed and may use whatever force necessary to protect our students". That has to happen now. "They want to sweep right under the carpet the failure of school security, the failure of family, the failure of America's mental health system, and even the unbelievable failure of the Federal Bureau of Investigation".
Calling schools "virtually wide-open soft targets", LaPierre added, "It should not be easier for a mad man to shoot up a school than a bank or a jewelry store". "There's not going to be another school shooting".
As a public school teacher in Florida, I am concerned about the new responsibilities that have been placed upon us.
Students on occasion have left the class within the first few hours after realizing they're not cut out for it.
"When it gets called out on Twitter or Facebook it becomes visible, so your affiliation then is underscored, so their question is, are we hurt by this affiliation?" The us leader explained that such "free zones" of the crimes committed, in particular, due to the fact that the attackers are aware that they will not open fire in response. And they see that, it's such a lovely target.
We would bet, though, that most Kentuckians, including most gun owners, are with Harris, on the side of common sense, just like most Americans.
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The most common line in Silicon Valley right now may be: We'll try to do better next time . They claim there where were multiple shooters. "I'm angry and exhausted", she continued.
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He continues in the ad: "When my 4-year-old daughter comes home from school and tells us about the bad guy drills that she has and how she had to hide in a dark closet to be quiet in case the bad guys ever came to their school - I've had enough of this". Andrew Pollack pledged to work with Trump to stop school shootings.
Pollack's son Hunter appeared to support the idea.
Trump's overall presentation drew catcalls from his critics.
"It's not a safety issue, it's a political issue", LaPierre said. "I really think the NRA wants to do what's right". (AR stands for Armalite rifle, not assault rifle.) They are the most popular rifle platform in the country, but are involved in less than 2 percent of all gun crimes. One thing they do hear from their constituents, many of whom are single-issue voters, is that they will oppose those who change the laws. He said schools are seen as a "moral compass" by students and the community - and arming teachers goes against that.
A day after an emotional meeting with survivors of the February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, President Donald Trump tweeted the notion that "highly-trained teachers" could carry guns as a deterrent to school attackers.
Robert Morphew, a parent from Magnolia, Texas, would want strict guidelines, including for teachers to be trained and licensed, to support guns in his son's high school.
In his subsequent White House meeting Thursday with state and local officials to discuss schoool safety, Trump expanded on that.
The real answer, Limbaugh said, is more guns in schools: "The solution, to me and I know this is going to cause all kinds of angst, the solution is we need concealed carry in these schools". I want action too. It can take not just training but real-life experience in pressure-cooker situations before the instruction takes hold and they're able to respond effectively. He says the man standing outside the school "doesn't love the children".