Veteran U.S. Navy SEAL Dom Raso’s new commentary, he explains why a lack of necessary security and our politicians’ lack of courage, along with the dangerous lie of gun-free zones, make American schools vulnerable to the same type of terror.
Yalanda Whipple was in the bedroom of her Youngstown, Ohio, home at five in the afternoon when she heard her two children start screaming from the kitchen.
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The call came through to the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office around 4 a.m. last Thursday. A homeowner reported someone trying to break in through the back door. After hanging up, the man of the house went to grab his firearm in order to protect his wife and their two sleeping children.
As gun ownership has risen over the years, firearm accidents involving children have dropped dramatically. While the odds of a child dying in a gun accident today are roughly a million-to-one, these tragedies—such as one recent incident in Jacksonville, Fla., where an 8-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his 5-year-old sister and injured a friend—do still occur.