On Sunday, Rush Limbaugh told Fox News Sunday that we need concealed carry in schools. I have long said we need more guns, not less guns, and Rush is right here too.
The left scream, "But Australia," forgetting Australia does not have a second amendment and the United States does. As a result, we must do things differently in the United States. One of those things is gun policy. At this time we have as many guns in the United States as we have people. There is not going to be a nationwide gun ban. There is not going to be a repeal of the second amendment. The best the left can hope for is a Democrat President and the ability to get a liberal on the Supreme Court to reverse Heller. But reversing Heller does not change gun laws in the country, except in certain areas.
Teachers should be allowed to carry on campus. We should pass the Grassley-Cruz legislation to beef up school security and we should allow teachers who have fire arms certification to lend a hand protecting their students.
I know it seems counter-intuitive and I'm sure the way Rush's comments will be portrayed by the media is to drive outrage against his idea. But that does not make him wrong. In fact, he is right on this. The one policy the left will not consider is this one policy that would help law abiding teachers and school officials protect their students.