This time he gets angry and 'throws' his notes across table on the set.Read more »
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday signed into law a new package of gun regulations intended to fortify New York's existing assault weapons ban, limit the number of bullets in magazines and strengthen rules that keep the mentally ill from owning firearms. The regulations are the nation's first since last month's massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, where a gunman killed 27 people, including 20 young children at an elementary school. Cuomo, a self-described gun owner, said the tragedy had spurred lawmakers to action and called the legislation a "common sense" measure.Read more »
Reasonable position on the gun issue. He's right. Who cares if they are murder weapons!Read more »
Despite launching a gun control agenda that threatens to disarm the American people, President Obama has signed a bill that would afford him armed Secret Service protection for life.Read more »
President Barack Obama is considering the use of an executive order to restrict access to guns or ammunition in the wake of nationwide revulsion in the US over the Connecticut school shootings, vice-president Joe Biden said Wednesday. Such a move would be deeply controversial in the gun lobby, but Biden said the president was determined to explore every legislative avenue.Read more »
This is familiar behavior from Jones. It’s why we love him. He’s a like a bulldog. But Morgan’s behavior was suspiciously out of character.
Piers Morgan is loudmouthed blow hard who can hold his own against someone raising their voice. I’ve seen him interview Jesse Ventura, and Ted Nugent about gun control and he meets their volume. Those guys aren’t much softer than Jones. In fact, when Morgan debated Larry Pratt on gun control, he shouts Pratt down.
But against Jones he’s utterly calm. He doesn’t interrupt. He doesn’t raise his voice. Why the change? Well I have a theory.Read more »
LAPD show off two rocket launchers taken off the streets through their gun buy-back program. Only problem is that one was a spent tube which can't be reloaded, the other a fiberglass replica for training.Read more »
According to the FBI annual crime statistics, the number of murders committed annually with hammers and clubs far outnumbers the number of murders committed with a rifle. And there are no explicit provisions in the Bill of Rights / U.S. Constitution protecting hammers and clubs...Read more »
Ever since the December 14th tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, the issue over safety in schools around the nation has heated up. There are new debates over gun control, mental health and whether or not the brutal massacre of 20 children and 6 adults could have been prevented. Many districts in New Jersey have been hard at work ironing out new security measures and working to ensure safety of all students and staff in pre, elementary, middle, high schools and colleges. So far, one district is taking some new steps that have led to mixed feelings and raised some eyebrows.Read more »
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