Guns – whether you love them, hate them or simply don’t care, there’s no denying the firearms industry has an impact on the United States economy.
Expanding the workforce for the FBI’s NICS system and improving record keeping could prevent future backlogs, but Obama’s plan still raises eyebrows.
In an Op/Ed published in The New York Times, President Barack Obama said that he will take every action as a president and as a citizen to advance gun control reform.
Three years after the horrific incident, Congress has not passed a significant gun control law at the federal level.
Maintained by the FBI, the so-called terror watchlist is a database that includes lists and subset lists, including a no-fly list.
President Obama on Tuesday again called for tighter gun control to help prevent mass shootings like the one that occurred Friday, when a gunman opened fire on an abortion clinic in Colorado Springs.
Wayne LaPierre stuck to a familiar script dismissing the call for new gun laws and advising that the solution to gun violence is enforcement of current laws.
Obama has been referred to as the greatest gun salesman of the century. We don’t have to leap to racism to explain: His attitude about gun owners is clear.
I thought I read the headline wrong. Obama did something I partially agree with? Well…
Two weeks after the on-air killing of two journalists, the NRA’s Chris Cox penned an opinion piece not to discuss the incident but attack political opponents.