Reading, Writing and School Shooting

When a parent drops his or her child off for the first day of their freshman year of college, they hope that the next two to four years will transform their child into an adult.

The last thing they expect is that they have to bury their child instead of watching them walk across the stage and accept their diploma.

Yesterday, there was another school shooting. When all was said and done yesterday at UNC Charlotte, 2 people were dead and four were injured.

I don’t know about anyone else, but I am so tired of turning on the news and seeing that there has been another school shooting. When did our kids become less important than our guns?

I don’t believe that we should abolish the 2nd Amendment, but the time for discussion when it comes to gun control has ended. It must be done, before more parents are forced to bury their kids instead of watching them grow up.

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