Miguel’s School Hardening Act of 2022.

My general proposals:

  1. The Gun-Free School Zones Act of 1990 is immediately repealed. There will be no federal mandate that prohibits carrying firearms by non-prohibited individuals in any school of the nation.

  2. The Federal government will allocate one million dollars* per school per year for the purchase of firearms and training of school personnel.

  3. These funds will be available under certain conditions: a) No less than 10% of school personnel will be armed at any time when school is active, or during an event sponsored by the school. b) Armed school personnel on duty will be given qualified immunity for actions taken inside the school or at school-sponsored event. c) Armed School Personnel will receive a compensation of $1000 a month for his/her duties.   d) Armed School Personnel will receive paid training by long-standing firearms trainers and facilities before every school year. e) Armed School Personnel should be encouraged to practice their skill once every month, dues and ammunition paid by the fund. f) The identity of the Armed School Personnel will remain confidential. Revealing such information would be punished by a $10,000 fine for the first time, $100,000 fine and a year and a day in prison for the second time and $200,000 and 5 years in prison for the subsequent violations. All monies collected will go to fund the school’s allocation for firearms, training and safety. The fines cannot be paid out of the taxpayer’s money.

  4. A list of schools that comply with the requirements of the School Hardening Act of 2022 will be published online.

  5. After all the Armed School Personnel requirements are completed, whatever funds remain should be used only for school safety hardening such as fencing, surveillance, alarms, etc.

I know it needs a couple of tweaks, probably add First Aid training and equipment, but I believe I covered most of what I would want. And of course, to find one single congresscritter to stand up and just demand that The Gun-Free School Zones Act of 1990 be repealed is a fucking LSD dream of flying multicolored bunnies with dove wings.

(* A tentative figure, of course, but a “good first step” in the parlance of Gun Grabbers from the 90s)

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

8 thoughts on “The Federal School Safety Law we will not see anytime soon”
  1. So when we elect you and J.Kb, who’s going to be president and who’s veep? Or will you trade off every month, or …?

  2. f) The identity of the Armed School Personnel will remain confidential. Revealing such information would be punished by a $10,000 fine for the first time, $100,000 fine and a year and a day in prison for the second time and $200,000 and 5 years in prison for the subsequent violations. All monies collected will go to fund the school’s allocation for firearms, training and safety. The fines cannot be paid out of the taxpayer’s money.

    Add, “The disclosure of each Armed School Personnel’s information shall be treated as a separate incident for the purposes of charging and sentencing. Fines and incarceration shall be cumulative and shall not be served concurrently.”

    That should keep some anti-gun and anti-school-safety reporter from disclosing the identity of every armed teacher at once, figuring it will be one incident, he/she risks no jail time, and his/her organization can eat the $10k fine. Nope. Disclose 10 teachers, earn $1.71 million in fines and 41 years (and a day) in prison. Add equal criminal and legal liability for any editors who approve the story, too.

    The “story” of a school’s or district’s Armed School Personnel must be rendered not worth printing.

  3. Nope. School is an oppressive authoritarian environment. I doesn’t surprise me if someone low in that system breaks.

  4. ooh! ooh!

    Make sure Charter Schools, Religious Schools, and even Home Schools can apply.

    Imagine how many families would start home schooling if they had an extra $9,000 or $18,000 in income? They should also get a big chunk of the district per student state and local aid for teaching their kids. Yes, give a small amount of state and local to the district, even if the student is home schooled, like maybe $3,000 per year.

    My biggest disappointment with Trump and DeVos is they never pushed School Choice and School Funds to follow the Student. (No I do not have any school age kids, but I can see what would really begin to fix our society.)

    1. Indeed. We homeschool and currently have two school-age kids, some already graduated and some not yet started.

      Our district currently spends approximately $15k per student per year, and the public schools are junk. The funds are allocated based on residential address, and go to the schools regardless of enrollment status.

      That’s (currently) ~$30k/year for our kids’ shares. It’d be REALLY nice to have that money coming to us to fund their educational materials and opportunities, instead of going to crap schools they don’t even attend.

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