By Tom Knighton
I can’t speak for myself, but my heart drops every time we hear about another mass shooting at a school.
For one thing, it makes me glad to be a homeschool family. For another, though, the idea of kids being killed in a school shooting is horrifying to any parent. Any person, probably, though I think most parents think about it through the lens of, “What if that were my kid?”
When they happen, though, we invariably go into a whole debate about gun control. For the gun control advocates, it seems that their preferred policies are the magic bullet, the thing that will solve all of our problems.