So we focus on guns and emotions because of Sandy Hook or Virginia Tech or Columbine. But we have become immune to history. Thirty eight children between the ages of seven and 14, plus six adults and the killer's wife were murdered, along with 58 severely injured innocent bystanders for a total of 103 during a deadly spring fury in Bath Township, Mich. The 45 died at the hands of one revenge-filled man, Andrew Kehoe, a school board treasurer, who was at odds with the Bath school superintendent, had lost a local school election, was facing foreclosure on his farm, was unable to support his gravely-ill wife and was pursued by crushing debt. Yet, after his rampage and subsequent suicide, a coroner's inquest found him sane, but guilty of a methodical, planned execution. His tools consisted of cases of dynamite and a ton of pyrotol. Not a shot was fired. The year was 1927.