By Tom Knighton
As the father of a high-school senior, I get concerned about his future. After all, he’ll be starting college in the fall, and I worry about the nonsense he’s likely to encounter while at school. If he could pursue his dreams without college, at this point I’d probably encourage him to do so, but he can’t. That means he has to put up with whatever degree of crazy he has to.
However, after seeing this, I’m glad the University of Chicago isn’t on his list of preferred schools.
On Monday, Chicago police apprehended several suspects involved in an armed robbery who had fled from officers onto the University of Chicago’s campus.
The crisis, which prompted an alert from the university urging the campus community to shelter in place, also prompted some students to go into hysterics on social media.
They weren’t worried about the dangers of gun violence—no, they were furious at police.
From calling them “pigs” to demanding their disarmament, some students expressed fury at both the Chicago and University of Chicago police forces, who had come to protect and serve.
What’s more, even though no students were harmed and the suspects were arrested without a single shot being …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms