Posted November 3, 2015 11:00 am by Comments

By Robert Farago

TTAG reader CW writes:

As a faculty member at a college, I read the daily to see what is going on in the world of academia. Gun issues have been upfront and personal in recent weeks; the University of Texas campus carry bill and the UCC shooting have spurred a spate of articles relating to firearms. Armed and Educated provides a good cross section of the opinions and the styles of argument used in the firearms-on-campus debate. Apparently some of the authors think that they’ll be required to carry a firearm in class, which doesn’t do much for their credibility. Also of interest . . .

are the emotions, feelings, and head-in-the-sandism of several of the authors. James M. Lang, professor of English, director of the Center for Teaching Excellence Assumption College, exemplifies the breed.

I still have no sympathy for the Second Amendment and other principles of our political and legal system that enable wide gun ownership in America, and would love to see them repealed. At the same time, I recognize that they are the laws of my land, and that those laws extend to the campuses of public universities. I would not endorse a push …Read the Rest

Source:: Truth About Guns

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