Laura Ingraham hosted Superintendent Joseph Erardi of Suddington, Connecticut.
Erardi said his community decided to follow up with parents' courageous conversations and asked parents to talk to their children about the content of video games and if there is a decision that the games are too much, the families can turn in their games and get a token for an alternative activity. They hope to promote honest conversations within the families and communities, not to ban video games. He said there is no easy fix to issues of violence and a desensitized culture. He is concerned about the hours spent on these video games and woud like to see children outside playing. He feels solutions need to be local.
Next Saturday his community's SOS group will be sponsoring the video game turn in.