I have a suggestion. Everyone here who has kids or grandkids who sometimes bring school books home--- check those books to see how they treat the subject of guns and gun control. I was looking at middle school "health" book the other day. It seemed to be aimed at a 4th or 5th grade audience. Guns were mentioned twice. Once in the chapter about household safety, where guns were identified as a risk to be avoided, but if you come from a hunting and shooting family, make sure everybody gets formal gun training and keep all the weapons unloaded and locked up. Guns were mentioned again in the chapter about violence and conflict resolution. This was part of "emotional health" and "mental health." They said guns have no place in schools, and if anyone brings a gun to school you should tell the authorities because they may be planning on killing others, or themselves. I was also disappointed to see that his "health" book spent a lot of time talking about self-image, emotional health, psychological health, etc. And stealing. The chapter that talked about the ability to say "no" to bad suggestions from others (peer pressure) was full of examples of kids stealing or considering theft. Sure, I can't disagree with the message, but what the Flip does this have to do with "health" ??? About half of this book talked about the human body phyiscal health. The rest was a bunch of pop-psych stuff that really pushes the boundaries of what is "health." Kids who read this book will certainly assume that the Centers for Disease Control is the federal agency that needs to regulate guns, because gun accidents and gun violence are public health issues. CHALLENGE: That's my book report. Where's yours? Go find some school book made for young and impressionable minds and see if it mentions guns, gun control, the Second Amendment, etc. Find out what the schools are teaching YOUR kids. Don't assume that you know what's being taught these days, because you recall what you were taught 20 years ago!