Parkland shooting

Parkland Officer’s Hesitation To Stop Shooting Fits A Pattern Of Police Cowardice

Michael Graham, The Federalist

Scaring dopey teens and banning AR-15s is easy. Following up on truly dangerous people, building a case about their mental health, getting the evidence a judge needs to act—that’s hard work. So is going into a building where shots are being fired. Cops aren’t heroes for doing “easy.” They are heroes—and most of them are—for doing the hard stuff.

From Parkland to Princeton, America's Adults Abdicate Responsibility

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

What of a solution? It's not enough to proclaim "if you see something, say something." It's time to be radically proactive. At the minimum, that means protecting our schools with professionally trained armed personnel the way the Israelis do.  Whether its terrorists or psychos, the threat must be stopped and it must be stopped now.