Lessons on Politics and Tactics from the OSU Terrorist Attack

It makes sense to try to understand the facts about a situation before drawing conclusions, but at the same time, many of the facts don’t really matter. Especially if you find yourself in the middle of an attack perpetrated by a spree killer. Guns aren’t the problem and I want everyone to understand that a gun doesn’t have to be the solution.

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Active Shooter Training Resources

As the news is breaking about a spree killer event in Oregon on a College Campus, We know that many people will be asking questions about exactly what happened and why. Of course, it is far too early to try to be accurate about any of that. Hopefully, time will answer those questions for us.

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3 Tips for Talking To Your Kids After the Connecticut School Attack

It was suggested to me that I post an article about what someone should tell their own children when they come home from school today. How do you deal with their possible fear, confusion and questions in regard to this event? My own daughter is graduating from high school next week. My girlfriend’s kids, however,

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Readiness Considerations

Considering the recent active-shooter killings in Colorado and Wisconsin, these spontaneous/flash-type domestic “terrorism” incidents are a burgeoning personal protection problem. Though such an incident may not have occurred in your area, that doesn’t mean it can’t or won’t. Because of this, our personal and family awareness levels have to be elevated and congruent with the

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