Only in the U.S. could one propose more guns in schools to curb mass shootings. I wish that I was kidding, but I’m not. Early last week, I wrote a post about the Parkland shooting which occurred on Valentine’s day in Florida. After the massacre, 17 students and adults were left dead. In spite of their deaths, two days later, Florida legislatures tried to sneakily relax gun laws in the state by hiding it in an agricultural bill. Thankfully, that bill was put on hold once major Florida news outlets picked the story up. I ended my post early last week stating: What matters are those who died when they did not have to. What matters is recognizing the hurt and pain students (survivors),…