The cover of Time magazine this week features five anti-gun survivors of the Parkland, Fla., high school massacre, but has drawn criticism for pointedly omitting their pro-Second Amendment classmates.

One of those students, Kyle Kashuv, has been a prominent advocate for preventing violence while respecting gun rights in the weeks since the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Meanwhile, the brother of Meadow Pollack is not being permitted to speak at the March For Our Lives Saturday.

Pollack, 18, was one of the 17 people killed on Valentines Day.  She was shot 9 times while on the third floor.  Her brother Hunter Pollack, 19, asked the student march leadership for a speaking spot.  Reportedly, he did not receive a reply.  His father, Andrew Pollack, has emerged as the most vocal parent since the massacre took place last month.  Pollack has pushed for school safety instead of gun control.  He was instrumental in getting a school safety bill to pass in Florida just weeks after the shooting.