We've read the stories about kids being suspended from school for doing something as innocent as sketching a gun, or making a hand gesture some say looks like a gun.
On the other hand, it's apparently okay for students to sketch a gun if the message is politically correct, and commissioned by the U.S. Department of Justice.
David Codrea found an example in South Carolina where the U.S. Attorney sponsors a contest where students are encouraged to sketch guns in a negative light in school "safety" posters.
No, I'm not advocating kids bring guns to school. But is it fair for government to censor messages so that kids are only exposed to anti-gun propaganda, and that if the message isn't state sponsored and anti-gun, it is met with swift retaliatory action by government schools?
Eric Holder as U.S. Attorney in Washington DC, 1995: