Well, if he's holding a hornets nest, then obviously the people are the hornets. Some may sting you and some may not. He claims it is hard to tell the bad hornets from the good hornets without more metadata. Alas, all he's doing is gripping the nest tighter and tighter, suffocating us all.
The corporation / worker model doesn't work; both players exist at a loss. A corporation cannot pay the worker more than it sells. A worker cannot pay the corporation more than he is paid. After taxes from every angle, there's nothing left to talk about.
Hated how popular news, and I thought the TD article, only mentioned if there's a possible connection to a possible terrorist. No, remember it's more like a possible connection to a possible connection to a possible connection to possible terrorist.
"...banning these nonlethal weapons leaves officers employed by schools with few options when the use of force is necessary."
That's nonsense implying a problem maintaining in the past when there were fewer weapons to choose from? Without getting in history, though, anybody working next to mental health is trained in takedowns. That includes 4'9" 105 lbs. females. Being unarmed rather places the majority of risk (still being, arguably, not much) on the staff members, which society should see as acceptible and noble, since staff risks themselves to protect the children.