Lots and lots to read, including his tribute to the principal of a Christian school in Regina who wrestled a gun away from a student:
This guy is a real man. This is his school. Not as in ‘homo sapiens’ or having the right anatomy, but as in doing the right thing for all of us perhaps at the cost of his own life. Such courage is not politically correct, nor represented in most of the media except by caricature. And in a culture of malleable character where backing off and covering your ass is king, manliness seems a bit.. risky. Such is gutless minionism. We have been in a cultural war against men and boys for some time– check your divorce courts, educational system, abortion practice, and pop culture.
Of course, that principal might have hoped for the police to save the day, we all know what could have awaited them– 45 minutes later when they actually got into the school. Sorry about the shooter’s no doubt unfortunate childhood, but [judgemental words ahead] evil cannot be allowed its will because of other past evils. The shooter had to be stopped, period. Killed, if necessary, to prevent greater evils. Freedom costs, and the lives and freedom of the kids in that High School were more precious than gold or gems.
Why not drop him a note, and thank him for what he did– not because he was a hero, but because he was a man, who knew and did his duty– and that should be a more common thing than it is.
And since this is Canada, the principal will no doubt be charged with assault…
PS: yes, it turned out to be an air-driven pellet pistol. The principal was familiar enough with guns to recognize this.
Whereas I doubt the whiny “male” leftwing nay-sayers presently tsking into their museli could tell the difference on sight…