Jonathan Mossberg responded to a statement made by a national gun rights group attacking presidential action on smart guns.
A national gun rights group on Monday chided President Obama after he called for a push to develop smart gun technology last week.
President Obama’s administration Friday gave an update on implementing the executive actions regarding guns ownership that he issued at the beginning of the year in response to increased public pressure and an unwilling Congress.
After an assault, Rick Ross was ordered to wear the ankle monitor, which went off at a high-society gathering aimed at keeping black men out of jail.
The battle over the Supreme Court’s vacancy continues as another GOP senator agrees to meet with President Obama’s pick.
The White House chief of staff and Senate majority leader on Sunday debated the role of the Senate to confirm President Obama’s Supreme Court nomination.
The man later said he had been drinking when he made the call and didn’t really wish to harm the president or Hillary Clinton like he previously stated.
Responding to President Obama’s efforts to improve the background check system, Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer a bill to “eliminate” the President’s authority to restrict firearm transfers among family members.
Columnists with The New York Times argue that under the Heller decision firearms can be registered and gun owners licensed.
Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees, who has waited for words of encouragement from the president, said Obama’s “silence about these events speaks volumes.”