The liberal anti-gun mainstream media has been busy filling the news with interviews of students, teachers and other liberals who are calling for more gun control after the tragic shooting deaths of 17 at the high school in Parkland, Florida. If you believed what the mainstream media was showing you, you would tend to believe that every student and teacher in the state of Florida is blaming guns and are calling for more gun control, but like much of what or how they report, it’s not the truth.
Kelly Guthrie Raley is the Teacher of the Year at Eustis Middle School in Florida and she has dared to speak out with more of the truth and blame than the mainstream media and most liberal Democrats are screaming out.
(Constitution.com) – In Florida, a great many are still trapped within the painful and all-consuming grieving process, after a 19 year old boy killed 17 of his former classmates this week.
Around the nation, however, many of us have taken the next. We’ve exited the grieving phase and moved onto stage 2: Learning.
It’s the silver lining, if you will. The blessing in disguise. No matter how painful these moments are today, and will be in the future, these are also teachable moments. Those who have faced this evil head on can now find one another and share coping strategies. Those in charge of keeping our nation’s children safe can now get together and speak on what worked, and what didn’t work, when it came time to put an end to this massacre.
Out of the darkness will come some light, as these Americans began to piece together a better picture of how best to prevent future atrocities such as this.
One woman with a knowledge base worth exploring is Kelly Guthrie Raley, the 2017-2018 Teacher of The Year at Eustis Middle School in Florida. A recent post by Kelly on Facebook is going viral and gaining lots of attention...
Parents are to blame for a lot of the problems and issues with kids in American today. They are so busy being wrapped up in themselves that they don’t take time for their kids and they don’t take time get involved with what their kids are being taught in school. If parents today were like the parents when I was growing up, there wouldn’t be near the social and mental health issues that we see today and al lot les gun violence and school shootings.