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Why can’t students say ‘guns’ in school?

April 21, 2009

by Glenn Garvin

Miami Herald

 

Media snicker of the day: those crazy gun nuts, worried that the government is out to snatch their constitutional rights along with their AK-47s. 60 Minutes is the latest to have a chuckle, playing a commercial for a Washington, D.C... Download file "Why can't students say 'guns' in school?"

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