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I never said give teachers guns like was stated on Fake News @CNN & @NBC. What I said was to look at the possibility of giving concealed guns to gun adept teachers with military or special training experience - only the best. 20% of teachers, a lot, would now be able to
 ֥ե˥塼CNNNBC˽Ƥ󤸤Ƥ뤬Ϸ褷ƤʤȤϸäƤʤ䤬äΤϡʼ̤ηƤΰˤäȽƤ뤳ȤͤƤߤɤȤȤΤ20%ΡƤΰ˽ƤȾѤ롢ȡ
History shows that a school shooting lasts, on average, 3 minutes. It takes police & first responders approximately 5 to 8 minutes to get to site of crime. Highly trained, gun adept, teachers/coaches would solve the problem instantly, before police arrive. GREAT DETERRENT!
ֳعǤνƤͻϡʿѤ3ʬ֤ۤ³ˤƤ롣ٻʤɤθ夹ޤǤ˳5ʬ8ʬäƤ롣ǡƤΰι䥳֤ƤСٻˤ˻褹뤳ȤȤʤѤʰ㤤
If a potential sicko shooter knows that a school has a large number of very weapons talented teachers (and others) who will be instantly shooting, the sicko will NEVER attack that school. Cowards wont go there...problem solved. Must be offensive, defense alone wont work!
ֲˡ۾Ԥȯˤ򵯤ǽΤԤعˤϽƤΰι¿ơ餬ȿ⤹뤳ȤΤʤС۾ԤϷ褷Ƴع򽱤ʤ¼Ԥ϶Ťʤϲ⤹뤳Ȥ򤷤ʤФʤʤ뤳ȤǤϲ褷ʤ
They're not going to walk into a school if 20 per cent of the teachers have guns. It may be 10 per cent, it may be 40 per cent.
֤⤷Τ20%ƤäƤСϳعäƤʤˤäƤ10%ǺѤफ⤷ʤ40%ˤʤ뤫⤷ʤ
And what I'd recommend doing is the people that do carry, we give them a bonus. We give them a little bit of a bonus.
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If you had a teacher who was adept at firearms,they could very well end the attack very quickly.

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줫顢ɤߤˤʤˡεΤʤgig economy Ȥñ줬ФƤޤ¸ΤǤ

JOHN YDSTIE, BYLINE: The whiff of inflation that sent the stock market tumbling came when the government reported earlier this month that over the past year wages rose 2.9 percent. That's the biggest increase in almost a decade. And that's good news for workers, says economist Gus Faucher of PNC Financial Group. But, he says, it also could be sowing the seeds of inflation.

ܤˡ1ǯ֤¶⤬2.9%徺󤸤ȤԾҤä֤եä徺Ψϲ10ǯ֤ۤɤǺΤΤǤäơϫƯԤˤȤäƤɤΤ餻ǤäPNCեʥ󥷥륰롼פΥΥߥȤǤ륬եϸƱ˥եμŤȤˤʤȤ

GUS FAUCHER: Businesses are reporting that it's difficult for them to find the workers that they need so they respond by raising pay. That's obviously good news for workers, but it does raise concerns about inflationary pressures building.

ִȤϡϫƯԤ򸫤ĤΤ񤷤ʤäƤꡢ¶夲бɬפ롣ϫƯԤˤȤäƤ餫ɤ˥塼Ǥ뤬ե찵Ϥ򶯤Ȥηǰ⤢

YDSTIE: And, Faucher says, the big tax cut and spending package from Washington added even more fuel for economic growth. He says that's likely to push unemployment even lower and force businesses to pay even more for workers.

絬ϤθǤ絬ϤʺưˤäƷкĹdzɲäȥեϸΤᡢΨϤ㲼ȤϤ¶夲뤳ȤˤʤꤽȤ

FAUCHER: With higher pay, businesses try to recoup that by raising the prices for the goods and services they sell. And so that leads to stronger overall inflation, which is prices throughout the economy.

¶⤬夬뤿ˡȤϡ餬Τ䥵ӥβʤ夲뤳ȤˤäƤᤷ褦Ȥ롣ʤŪʲʤξ徺Ĥޤꥤե줬ȤȤˤʤ

YDSTIE: And that's how inflation normally ramps up. But economist Megan Greene is skeptical that classic model of wage and price inflation is working in today's economy, and she thinks the tax windfall that companies have coming could actually be used in a way that puts some downward pressure on inflation.

̾Τ褦ˤƥեϵ롣ΥߥȤΥ᡼󡦥꡼ϡηкѤˤơ¶ȲʤθŵŪǥ뤬ǽΤɤŪǤ롣ϡǤβäեʤ褦ʷǼºݤˤϺѤΤǤϤʤȹͤ

MEGAN GREENE: I think there's an avenue for the windfall from the tax bill that most analysts aren't considering, and that's that companies decide that they're going to try to protect their market share by cutting prices as they're trying to compete with huge conglomerates like Amazon.

ؤɤΥʥꥹȤθƤʤ褦ʸǤβäȻϹͤ롣ơޥΤ褦ʵʴȤȶ褷褦ȤƲʤޤ뤳ȤˤäƻԾΥݤ褦餬Ǥ뤫⤷ʤ

YDSTIE: That windfall could allow companies to raise wages while keeping prices for goods and services they sell in check. And Greene, who's the chief economist at Manulife, says there are other powerful disinflationary forces in the economy, including globalization.

ϸǤβäˤäƼҤʤ䥵ӥβʤޤĤġ¶夲뤳ȤǤơޥ˥饤դΥեΥߥȤǤ륰꡼ϡХꥼޤᡢߤηкѤˤϥǥեΰϤäƤȸ

M. GREENE: There's an oversupply of cheap labor globally, and companies don't have to hire within the U.S. anymore. So that keeps upward pressure off of wages and therefore inflation. Also we've got the gig economy.

Ū˰¤ϫƯϤ;äƤ롣ȤϹǿͤۤɬפʤΤᡢ¾夲ΰϤ򤫤路äƥե򵯤ˤ롣ƤޤΥߡϫƯϤ˰¸кѡˤˤʤäƤ뤳Ȥ⤢

YDSTIE: Like Uber drivers or freelance writers and I.T. workers. Those contract workers can provide low-cost labor for companies. And then Greene says there's demographics.

֥Сαžե꡼󥹤εԡϥ󥿡ͥåȤϫƯԤΤ褦ˡ¶ηϫƯԤϴȤФ㥳ȤϫƯϤ󶡤롣͸ư֤طƤȥ꡼ϸ

M. GREENE: As the baby boomers are retiring, we're replacing them with much younger, cheaper workers. And so there isn't a lot of upper pressure on wages or inflation.

֥٥ӡ֡ޡषƤꡢεΰ¤ϫƯԤäƤ롣顢¾夲ΰϤ䥤ե찵ϤۤɤǤϤʤΤ


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