By Tom Knighton
The Parkland kids were probably feeling a little desperate. Their 15 minutes of fame was coming to an end, so they had to do something. They decided a bus tour was just the thing. Not only would it make a few national headlines at the start, but it would create local headlines all over the country.
Oh, and they could try and keep up the pressure on our right to keep and bear arms.
To their credit, they’re not just hitting friendly areas like New York, Massachusetts, or California. They’re also going to places like Texas. I’ll give them credit for that.
But they’re still wasting their time.
Students who survived the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, joined young activists from Texas in a series of panel discussions on gun control last week.
Their vision for gun violence prevention is in stark contrast with state lawmakers’ plans.
The Parkland students are on a national summer road tour with other young activists. Their goal is to keep the gun control conversation going, and get people who care about that issue to show up at the polls.
Cameron Kasky was a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School when a former classmate …Read the Rest
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