Liability of Washington School Districts for Playing Politics With Children’s Lives

Failure to Protect: Potential Liability Factors in School Shootings

“To hear the ensuing debate about arming teachers and principals and security guards, I just want to go on the record with the board in saying I think that is one of the most irresponsible positions to take in this gun discussion.”

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Kyle Odom’s Story

Odom link to Reptilian Conspiracy theorists?

An article in the Boise Weekly recently stated that, “Despite the tragedy in Coeur d’Alene and the controversies surrounding Icke, the reptilian conspiracy theory is more mainstream than might be expected. According to a 2013 survey of conspiracy theories by Public Policy Polling, 12.4 million Americans (about 4 percent), believe reptilians or “lizard people” control politics.”

On March 7, 2016, we attended a prayer vigil for Pastor Tim Remington, The vigil at Candlelight Christian Fellowship in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho ended with a literal candlelight ceremony just outside the front entrance of the church facing Hwy 95. The police identified Kyle Odom, as the shooter. Continue reading “Kyle Odom’s Story”

Gonzaga’s Bulldog Battalion Honors Fallen Hero 1st Lt. Forrest P. Ewens

On Saturday, April 18, Inland Northwest Action Shooters hosted the 8th annual 1st Lt. Forrest P. Ewens Memorial Match. Forrest Ewens was killed in action on June 16, 2006 during combat operations in Afghanistan. His all-terrain vehicle struck an IED in the Pech River Valley. Sgt. Ian T. Sanchez was also killed.

1st Lt. Ewens, of Chewelah, Washington was 25 years old and had attended Whitworth University in Spokane. There were men present at the match, including a returned Ranger veteran, who knew him and spoke of how energetic and committed to his country Forrest was. Continue reading “Gonzaga’s Bulldog Battalion Honors Fallen Hero 1st Lt. Forrest P. Ewens”

Educators More Dangerous Than Guns in Schools?

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Many in the education community oppose the idea of protecting schools with armed security. I talked to one principal about the idea of certifying specially trained school personnel to provide an armed presence in schools.

She was indignant that I would suggest armed personnel to protect the schools against active shooters. “Guns send the wrong message,” she insisted. Many parents and teachers get indignant about armed law enforcement in the schools.

The fact is, most school districts cannot afford armed security and just the cost of insuring volunteers could be too exorbitant. Continue reading “Educators More Dangerous Than Guns in Schools?”

Will Biathlon Shooting Events Come to North Idaho?

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Kris Jensen competes in a Biathlon Shooting Event on cross-country skis. Photo courtesy Kris Jensen.

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Story by Sandpoint PR Contributing Editor, Mark Knapp.

A lot of people watched the WINTER OLYMPICS and are asking questions about the Biathlon competition in Sochi. In a Biathlon, competitors get their heart beats racing by skiing across the countryside from one location to another and then stopping to engage targets out as far as 165 feet! Continue reading “Will Biathlon Shooting Events Come to North Idaho?”

Concealed Carry Legislation Passed for Idaho College Campuses

The new campus security law that permits concealed carry on Idaho campuses passed and has been signed by Gov. Butch Otter.

There are presently five states: namely Colorado, Kansas, Mississippi, Oregon and Utah, that allow students, teachers and others to bring guns to class. Idaho and 22 other states presently leave it up to the colleges to determine who will carry on campus. Twenty-one states have enacted outright bans regarding carry on campus. The bill allows retired law enforcement officers and all people with Idaho’s enhanced concealed-carry permit to bring firearms to campus. Continue reading “Concealed Carry Legislation Passed for Idaho College Campuses”

Terrorism Alert: Federal Way Schools Welcome Angela Davis to Federal Way!

It was 1968 and Soviet tanks rolled into Czechoslovakia to crush the “Prague spring”. Angela Davis joined the Communist Party. She was soon fired from UCLA because of her membership in the Communist Party. A First Amendment court battle forced UCLA to rehire her.

In 1970 Davis was implicated in the an armed invasion of a Marin County, California courtroom. Judge Haley, the prosecuting assistant district attorney, and two jurors were removed from the courtroom at gun point. Continue reading “Terrorism Alert: Federal Way Schools Welcome Angela Davis to Federal Way!”