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Dr. Janina Dallas Bans Army Vet Parent from Daughter’s School November 5, 2013

Posted by Chris Mark in Uncategorized.
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DallasPrincipalAs a Marine and Navy veteran who supports the 2nd Amendment, I am particularly disturbed by this story.  Dr. Janina Dallas, who is principal McBean Elementary School in Georgia, has banned a student’s mother from the school because the mother is 1) an Army vet and 2) has a concealed weapons permit.  According to news reports, the Principal said that she was ‘scared’ of the parent for the reasons above and actually had a ‘no trespassing order’ filed against the mother.  It is beyond the pale to believe that a principal who was named the “high performance principal” by the Georgia DOE would take such actions against a law abiding citizen and a veteran.  SHAME on the school and SHAME on Ms. Dallas!   You can email Ms. Dallas directly here: dallaja@rcboe.org or call the school and voice your opinion by calling this number: 706-592-3723

“The UN, Guns, and US Constitution” – Explaning the Arms Trade Treaty July 27, 2012

Posted by Chris Mark in Laws and Leglslation, Politics, terrorism, weapons and tactics.
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Recent events in the US have once again ignited the debate over control of guns within the US.  This post is not a political debate rather an introduction to US gun issues and, more specifically, actions of the United Nations.   First, for some quick statistics.  According to the US Firearms Institute between 40% – 50% of US homes own firearms.  There are between 250 million  and 280 million firearms in the US owned by between 120 million and 150 million US citizens.  Hunting, shooting, and firearms are deeply embedded in the US culture and history.   In fact, the right to own firearms is guaranteed in the US Constitution’s 2nd Amendment which states: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”   As every 6th grader knows, the 2nd Amendment is part of the Bill of Rights which was passed in 1791.   While many people don’t agree with the 2nd Amendment the US Supreme Court has upheld the amendment and clarified the intent in several cases: (more…)

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