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Yesterday we wrote about one Kingwood state rep's noble effort to arm school board members and district superintendents at their public meetings.
There are other alternatives, one reader noted.
If arming school board members doesn't solve anything, I'd like to suggest a couple other possibilities:
a) More prayer during school board meetings. They might need to post the Ten Commandments and the Gospel of Matthew on the wall, just to be safe; and b) Tax cuts for the richest folks in the district.
Nobody needs to mention these ideas to the school board. Elected officials in Texas tend to come up with them on their own.