Should we equate the importance of wearing a bike helmet to the level of never touching firearms in our kids’ Never-Never Rules?
Life in America is not needing to explain to our kids what is meant by an active shooter or being in lockdown. It is a child’s quick, “I know.”
Three dads with daughters blast the well-worn trope of the overprotective father pulling out a gun to threatens his child’s prom date, and suggest better ways to raise strong women and men.
A father is shot while walking with his son just blocks from home, and the ‘what if’ questions come flooding through his mind.
Another school shooting. We worry with fear now. Until we don’t. Until the news fades and the pressure of daily life washes it away. We go numb. And we wait.
Whit Honea believes the children are the future, and they can’t lead the way fast enough.