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In enforcing the decision, the district cited its Safe Schools policy and the federal Gun Free Schools Act of 1994, a federal law designed to remove firearms from schools.

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These people are responsible for children's education?
 

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I like the way this kid thinks

To treat the "injuries" caused by the order to remove the offending weaponry, Austin wrapped the plastic stumps in white gauze and painted on faux blood
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Zero Tolerance = Zero Common Sense. Gotta love our government indoctrination education system.

Anybody up for sending these guys a new bag of "Army Men?" Heck, I even have an old blank AAM certificate I could fill out for the kids :)
 

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I, for one, feel much safer knowing guns of all types are completely banned at our nation's schools. Without said ban, no telling what might happen. Some kid might shoot his eye out or something...

I did like this portion of the article:

"A copy of the district's Safe Schools policy obtained by the Daily Breeze includes no mention of toy army men."


Wouldn't it be nice if schools showed just the tiniest little bit of common sense in these zero tolerance situations? Not that that'll ever happen!

At least with the gun ban in place, we don't have to worry about nutjobs coming on to school grounds and shooting people...
 

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It's even better that guns are banned from college campuses too, what with the crack and liquor benders we college students go on.
 

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And crap like this reinforces our choice to homeschool. Lately, we are reminded daily that public schools are no place for kids who's parents wish for them to grow up educated and free-thinking.
 
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