Back in 1927, the deadliest school massacre took place in the tiny village of Bath, Michigan.
45 people, including 38 children were killed on May 27th of that year. The school district's treasurer detonated a series of bombs at his home and at the school. 58 others were injured. Andrew Kehoe, the treasurer, was upset with a recent tax increase, so this was his way of "getting back" at the community. With over 20,000 restrictive gun laws on the books now, it seems a bit redundant to pass more. Why didn't We outlaw dynamite?