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Texas parents fret over Winnie the Pooh being used to teach kids about school shootings

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By JAMIE STENGLE

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The book was published by Praetorian Consulting, a Houston-based firm that provides safety, security and crisis management training and services. The company, which didn't respond to messages seeking comment, says on its website that it uses age-appropriate material to teach the concepts of “run, hide, fight” — the approach authorities say civilians should take in active shooter situations.

A Texas solution; don't license heavy weaponry at least as strictly as we do driving.

Give a private security corporation a nice bit of corporate welfare to produce this material for schools.

https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/praetorian-protective-services-1107

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A Texas solution; don't license heavy weaponry at least as strictly as we do driving.

Give a private security corporation a nice bit of corporate welfare to produce this material for schools.

Ding, ding, ding. Exactly !

Now the only question is to find out what Texas politicians have financial ties to Praetorian.

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Texas - where the Taliban and ISIS go for vacation...

Where taking your shotgun, your AR15, and your Glock down to the 7/11 for a carton of milk is normal...

I find it interesting that some Texans and Chinese President Xi are both outraged and threatened by Winnie the Pooh...

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