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Guns on TV affect minds

December 19, 2012
Colleen Eflin, Beaman , Times-Republican

When girls are killed in Iowa, and youth go mad with guns because of being laughed at, it is time to remove the real sources of influence: bullying, false education and TV murders. Marshalltown has done well on the first remedy; now let us progress for good TV and Christian education. Good sense can discuss the need to remove guns from TV and put forth decent programs that teach people to be kind and to think right. The educators are trained to teach youth to act on their feelings; this is wrong. It does not solve problems to be selfish. Even so-called sex education encourages wrong actions, and then many end in jail for touching. It is sad to see so many young people sent to prison. It seems like good people are tricked into doing wrong, and then the really bad ones go free.

 
 

 

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