by Mark Wilson
The National Rifle Association on Friday called for schools to be protected by armed guards as the best way to protect children from gun violence.
The proposal from the pro-gun lobbying group, long the most vocal and influential organization generally opposing stricter regulation of firearms, came during the N.R.A.’s first organized media event after the deadly shootings in Newtown, Conn. The group also called for steps other than gun control, including cracking down on criminals and fighting violence in the media and on video games.
Really, the solution to school shootings is more guns in schools.