A Colorado teen has been told he cannot return to school until authorities hold a “threat assessment hearing” after he went target shooting with his mother. Nate Evans, a junior at Loveland High School in Loveland, Colorado actually got a visit from police after he posted video of his plinking with his mom Justine according to the Colorado 2nd Amendment group Rally For Our Rights...Because of a pearl-clutching law, the school can legally do what it's doing--even though the child is no threat to the school and never has been. Legally, the school could just as easily have taken the complaint, determined the boy presented no threat, and that would have been the end of it. But no, they had to act like moonbats. Colorado is rapidly approaching California in lunacy.
Unfortunately, even after police determined that there was nothing nefarious about a mom taking her son out for some firearms training, the school district wasn’t convinced.
A few years ago I had a foreign exchange student from Germany. Shortly before he returned home, he and I went to a range. He fired a .22 rifle and a .357 Magnum, and I took video so he could show his friends in Germany. Then we went to Marie Callender's and had some apple pie. Had the restaurant not been so full we'd have sung God Bless America (yes, I'm serious). One wonders how I didn't get fired.