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My life experience of 71 years tells me that some of these children, including David Hogg who already has all the talking points, are little wanna-be-activists that have had a tragedy fall right in their laps. If the laws and protocol that were already in place had been followed, lives could have been saved. I will not be one to say what David Hogg is suggesting won’t work, it might, but would we still be a free country?
Parents, if you want to put the odds in your child’s favor, tell them to report bad actors even if it’s just to you. Put them in a good driver’s training program, the one you think you can’t afford. Then take away their smartphone — driver’s ed doesn’t help if you’re texting while driving.
There isn’t anything worse than losing a child. Parents ditch your smartphone, too — children do best with parents.
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