Your Right To Bear Arms – Defending The Constitution – Judge Andrew Napolitano Vs New York Times

January 15, 2013 in Uncategorized

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Your Right To Bear Arms – Defending The Constitution – Judge Andrew Napolitano Vs New York Times

Obama vows to ‘vigorously pursue’ gun control, prepares to release proposals
Published January 15, 2013

President Obama says he plans to make public later this week the  details of his plan to tighten firearms laws based on the findings of a  White House task force he commissioned in the aftermath of the fatal Connecticut  school shooting.

The task force was led by Vice President Joe Biden and held its final White  House meeting Monday, talking with members of the House Democratic Gun Violence  Prevention Task Force.

A source told Fox News that Biden explained at the meeting that he and his  staff have researched various plans of action to reduce and prevent gun violence  and have identified 19 different options the president could choose to implement  through executive order.

Obama said Monday he planned to review the findings and will “vigorously  pursue” the recommendations in the next few days. It’s unclear how many of the  19 options the president would eventually take up.

The president vowed after the Dec. 14 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary  School in Newtown, Conn., that he would look for ways to curb gun violence,  including possible legislation to ban assault weapons and high-capacity  ammunition clips like those used in the attack, which killed 20 first-graders  and six adults at the school.

Among the other potential proposals is tightening background checks on  prospective gun buyers. The president said Monday some of his goals could be  accomplished through legislation, while others could be done through executive  action.

The White House meeting Monday included Attorney General Eric Holder,  Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Health and Human Services  Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who have participated in several other talks.

“Our task force looks forward to working with … the Obama administration  and all stakeholders to enact a comprehensive set of proposals that  both respects the 2nd Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens without a history  of dangerous mental illness and helps keep our schools, streets and communities  safe from gun violence,” said California Rep. Mike Thompson, chairman of the  eight-member House task force.

Biden already has talked with individuals and groups supporting tougher guns  laws, including the Brady Campaign, and gun rights groups, including the  National Rifle Association, which opposes any legislation to again ban assault  weapons and high-capacity clips. Biden also has spoken with governors and  executives with the video-gaming industry.

Obama has suggested he will submit legislation after his Jan. 21 inauguration  and Congress’ return to Washington.

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