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Published: Saturday, Sept. 15 2012 12:06 a.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

It would be nice to know what this program is teaching our children in defending their rights and protect themselves from aggressive peers.

The only thing students need to know is that physical aggressive retaliation to bullies cures the problem. It is their right and their duty to learn how to defend themselves throughtout their life.

There are bullies in many places in private and government agency's and ages capitalizing on laws preventing self defense. Children are taught that self defense is not a right is the biggest problem of why bullies are becoming a problem in the schools and education system.

I think a few student-bullies defensive confrontations will draw attention to the problem at peer level by informing all peer students that everyone rights should be respected or the consequences can open wounds in the nose area of a face. Running from confrontation, which I suspect is the police method, incites a bully and gives them more power.

A bully knows authority figures are harmless and pitiful in their actions to punish or prevention that creates state and federal leaders with no respect for law and order or personal rights.

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