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Colorado Democrats have been pushing stronger gun control laws and the last thing they want is to see teachers and school faculty members carry concealed weapons to protect students, but a law was passed to allow it to happen. Laura Carno with Coloradans for Civil Liberties is bringing the training program FASTER to Colorado to help train teachers and faculty members to use their guns to protect YOUR kids.

This fall, some Colorado teachers will return to school armed with knowledge—and guns.

Laura Carno, author of “Government Ruins Nearly Everything: Reclaiming Social Issues from Uncivil Servants,” is bringing advanced firearms training to school teachers.

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“Can government stop school shooting[s]? The answer is no … How do we as a community keep our kids safer if we say government is not the right place to fix that problem?” Carno told The Daily Signal in a phone interview.

Her answer is a training program called the Faculty/Administrator Safety Training and Emergency Response, or FASTER. Carno’s nonprofit Second Amendment advocacy group, Coloradans for Civil Liberties, planned to bring the program to Colorado teachers this summer…

The vast majority of mass shootings, including school shootings take place at gun-free zones, not gun-friendly zones. The people who plan and carry out these mass shootings don’t want to face to opposition until after they accomplish their carnage, which is why they target gun-free zones instead of gun friendly zones. Secondly, by the time first responders can arrive at the scene, much of the carnage has already happened. The only rapid way to prevent or reduce the carnage is to have properly trained teachers and faculty members on site.




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