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Cincinnati's CBS affiliate, WKRC Local 12, is airing a report on this week's National Collegiate Student Empty Holster Protest.
From the story:
College students here in the Tri-State and across the nation rally for their safety this week.
We're talking Public Trust and Hiding the Ball
By John Longenecker
In previous editions of Good For The Country, I mentioned how wrongful death lawsuits may play an important role in reclaiming the sovereignty of the adult students murdered on a campus which had no power to stop a shooter and which frustrates the target from acting in self-defense. This would serve the sovereignty of all. Yes, adult students submit to the rules of the campus or go elsewhere, I know, but this involves a reasonable expectation of a high degree of trust that the administration not only has student interests at heart, but also knows what in the world they are doing. Ignoring student input on a right is not fulfilling this.
When the students know more about the solution than the administration does, and then an administration won't be reasonable in its public trust, then the entire United States has a problem.
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