This is how public schools in Florida and elsewhere are "dealing with" (that is, shuffling around) problem kids.
In the wake of the Valentine’s Day shooting at a Broward County, Florida high school, a familiar trope has reemerged: Often, when a young man is the shooter, people try to blame the tragedy on violent video games and other forms of media. Show More Summary
David Codrea: There is one “gun law” that at least had the potential to make a difference, but it was being infringed by “gun free school zone” edicts. Broward County Public Schools, of which Stoneman Douglas is part, explains on its website … As I said, if you must pile your children into state schools […]
The New York Daily News reports that JROTC cadet Peter Wang’s classmates are lobbying for a military funeral for him. They say that he held the door open for them to escape the gunfire in the Broward County, Florida Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week. He saved many lives while losing his own in […]
[audio src="http://traffic.libsyn.com/democracynow/dn2018-0219-1.mp3"] In Broward County, Florida, survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have launched an unprecedented... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves for full links, other content, and more!
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel calls shooting victim Aaron Feis, an assistant football coach at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a "phenomenal man" who died protecting others. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Florida sheriff blasts politicians who don’t support new gun control measures: “You will not get re-elected” Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel blasted politicians after Nikolas Cruz murdered 17 people at a Parkland, Florida, high school, saying that if gun laws don’t change, “you will not get...
At least, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel is hoping it is.
Students rallied for gun control outside the Federal Courthouse in Broward County, Florida, while miles away, hundreds gathered for two separate gun shows.
President Donald Trump visited the Broward County Sheriff's Office to praise the first responders for their work at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on Friday. (Feb. 16)
The Broward County Sheriff’s Office said Friday they had received 20 calls in the last few years regarding killer Nikolas Cruz. Nikolas Cruz murdered 17 individuals at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Wednesday, February 14, 2018,...Show More Summary
Brothers and sisters. Fathers and children. Dancers and soccer players and musicians and beloved. Teenagers who'll never come home again. These are the 17 people shot and killed by a former student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla,. on Feb. 14.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel and FBI Miami field office special agent in charge, Robert Lasky, detail previous tips and calls they had received about Parkland, Florida, school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz.
Broward County Judicial Candidate Leonore Greller Faces Scrutiny Over Past Ties To Loan Modification Scam
The Dolphins donated $100,000 to the Stoneman Douglas victims’ fund set up by the Broward County Education Fund, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. The team made two separate $50,000 donations, because that was the maximum donation. The Dolphins’ donations pushed the fund over $1 million. “Our hope is to encourage people to make [more]
Trump wants to do something that’s “real” and not just talk, claims Shepard Smith on Friday’s live broadcast of Fox News. The President plans to visit Broward County to bring his condolences in person to the folks who are still raw from the school shooting massacre. Show More Summary
As the State of Florida mourns the loss of innocent lives on Wednesday in Broward County, I mourn too, but I am also angry. This post Open Letter to Florida Legislature from Florida Carry General Counsel appeared first on AmmoLand.c...
In an interview on CNN, a local official from Broward Country blasted President Donald Trump for planning to visit the Florida community still reeling from a high school massacre on Wednesday, after the president’s low-key response to the shooting. Speaking with host Fredricka Whitfield, Vice...
The vice mayor of Broward County, Fla., called President Trump a “hypocrite” ahead of the commander-in-chief’s planned trip to the area.
Facebook On the day a Florida gunman with an AR-15 murdered 17 at a Broward County high school, New York cops and federal agents were interviewing a student at an Upper Manhattan high school who said a teacher had paid her and a classmate $50 an hour to empty black powder from fireworks. Show More Summary