Planning Our Way to Safer Schools and Churches

This is a thousand words. Too long?

At Slowfacts-
Protecting innocent people is serious business. Smart men and women gave it a lot of thought. Here are two stories about protecting our schools and churches…
…or not.


I haven’t read it yet but you do have a fine line to balance with length

a lot of the stories I see are to short, not really worthy of a title and space to post, but others are to long and time and attention span tends to induce a “read over” effect which often causes important parts to be missed

tough call…

I book marked for later

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Yeah… a bit long for me, I have very limited time. but! I did skim through it and have to agree. There is a balance and not many can get that. We protect our political elite and yet… a school? Nail up a sign, that should do it.
Placing security into practice is sometimes difficult and having the ability to hire people who will actually protect is another issue.


I haven’t had time to read it, but I was disappointed when the Dallas area Catholic Diocese instructed all its parishes to post Texas Penal Code 30.06 and 30.07 no gun signs. I can understand the “no open carry” 30.07 signs, but believe the “no concealed carry” 30.06 signs are just an invitation for mass shooters intent on harming innocent parishioners.


Most people would shoot a pedophile on sight so I can see why they would not want guns in the church.