The CT attempts to cover its tracks with this bit of rhetorical gymnastics:
This goes far beyond debates about school resource officers. Though we respect the views of those who say that the officers should remain in the schools, we do not presume for a moment that they can or should be expected to provide the level of security that is required.
No, it STARTS with school resource officers. You want MORE security in the schools so you start by kicking uniformed police officers OUT of the schools because — SMACK! — they cannot be expected “to provide the level of security that is required”???
What, pray, tell, would provide the level of security that is required? The Capital Times never says.