By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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A Colombian firm that makes bulletproof vests is now creating armored clothing for children.
Ever since a gunman tried to rob his father, Venezuelan businessman Dumas Rojas has insisted on driving cars with armored windows strong enough to withstand the bullets of a .44 Magnum.
Factory owner Miguel Caballero said he never thought about making protective clothes for kids until requests came in following the deadly attack on Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut last month.
"We have received messages from all over the United States,"