Just a day after Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, President Barack Obama presented a gun violence reduction program that will focus on implementing 23 executive orders (full-force law) that echoed the non-violent reverend's "The Time Is Now" speech.
Even in the midst of an increase of gun sales and countless videos and statements from gun advocates that promise to start a civil war if strict laws are put on guns, politicians who trump gun-control reform are absolutely winning this week.
Four years ago, Barack Obama turned Washington OUT and it will never be the same. And even though his second inauguration, just a week away, isn't expected to be as huge as his first, his inaugural committee still managed to make it a poppin' event from what we hear.
In response to Vice President Joe Biden telling the nation that President Obama might consider executive order (full-force law) to deal with guns, the CEO of Tactical Response released a video calling all gun advocates to "get ready to fight."
While Vice President Joe Biden meets with the National Rifle Association this week to draw up proposals for the gun violence task force, President Barack Obama is exploring executive orders to stop mass shootings in America.