SEARCY — Dave Grossman is hitting his topic — violent video games — hard, writes Frank Fellone in Family. He has a crowd at Harding University’s Benson Auditorium hanging on every word.
On violent video games: “Every year they get more realistic, more powerful and more sick.”
On their effect: “We’re raising the most vicious generation of killers in world history.”
To parents: “Stop feeding your kids violence, death and horror.”
On school security: “If your kids’ college doesn’t have armed cops on campus, take them out of there and send them to a college that cares.”
On educators who fail to prevent school killings: “You will spend the rest of your life in hell.”
Grossman is heard. He is believed. He gets a standing ovation. After his presentation, he’s practically mobbed.
But is he right? See Wednesday’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for more.