Gun-control activist Rosie O'Donnell defends her use of armed bodyguards, saying she needs extra security when she travels — but wouldn't let guns in her house. "In public places, my security people, who are off-duty policemen, have guns," she says in the current issue of National Review. But "the security people who work in my home do not have guns. The statistic is that you're three times more likely to be a victim of violence if you own a gun. That's why I choose not to have them in my home," Rosie says. —New York Post