It may not stick, but the Obama administration might be getting a late education in the value of guns. When President Obama first exploited the tragedy at Newtown for more gun control, Wayne LaPierre, the CEO of the National Rifle Association, suggested putting armed guards in the schools. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York, certain Democratic members of Congress and the cable channel MSNBC hooted at the idea, calling it everything from "irresponsible" to "shameful." These folks are now recovering from the early attacks of hysteria.
In an interview at the White House, hosted by Parents magazine and posted on Facebook, Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. said that when he wrote the "Biden crime bill" in 1994 as a senator from Delaware, it included the provision for putting police officers in schools. "We found that those school resource officers were of value in many schools," he told the audience. "We haven't been funding them of late. We think they should be funded."
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