"A Reluctant Vote in Favor of Armed School Guards" by Robert Bernat is an interesting op-ed artuicle in today's WSJ. "One-third of the nation's elementary, middle and high schools reportedly already have armed security on campus. In 2000, President Clinton marked the one-year anniversary of Columbine by proposing a significant expansion of the government's existing "COPS in Schools" program. Now that the National Rifle Association's Mr. LaPierre has made a similar proposal, he is being ridiculed. Why?"