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Young America's Foundation announced two new initiatives

Post by bignflnut » Fri Mar 16, 2018 3:06 pm

Young America's Foundation announced two new initiatives this week promoting Second Amendment rights for high school students across the country.

"First, for any school participating in a walk out or similar program that interrupts instructional time, Young America’s Foundation will help students host a lecture during an all-school assembly on gun safety and the importance of the Second Amendment. If schools use taxpayer-funded instructional time for political purposes to oppose a God-given freedom, it is only fair to provide an opportunity for an alternative educational lecture on gun safety and the Second Amendment," Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) National Chairman Grant Strobl released in a statement. "Second, Young Americans for Freedom will help students petition their administrators to permit school personnel to arm themselves."

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“The shooting in Parkland was a clear failure of government, not the Second Amendment,” YAF Spokesman Spencer Brown said. “To attack the God-given right to arm and protect oneself in the wake of this tragedy is leftist scapegoating at its worst.”
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Re: Young America's Foundation announced two new initiatives

Post by WhyNot » Fri Mar 16, 2018 4:57 pm

hmmm....

schools allowing yes, CONDONING ''political activity'' while in school hours. Potentail HATCH // LittleHATCH ACT violations? Ethics violations? NOT enforcing tardy/absence policies?
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Re: Young America's Foundation announced two new initiatives

Post by JimE » Fri Mar 16, 2018 7:22 pm

WhyNot wrote:hmmm....

schools allowing yes, CONDONING ''political activity'' while in school hours. Potentail HATCH // LittleHATCH ACT violations? Ethics violations? NOT enforcing tardy/absence policies?
Don't you know the left is above the law ?

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