Universal Background Check, Waiting Period Bills Passed by House | Gun Talk Radio

The U.S. House passed H.R. 8 and H.R. 1446 – both concerning background checks – and are now being introduced in the Senate. Mark Oliva of the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) joins Gun Talk’s Tom Gresham to discuss what this means for law-abiding citizens and gun owners.

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8 thoughts on “Universal Background Check, Waiting Period Bills Passed by House | Gun Talk Radio”

  1. The intent of Marbury v Madison was to defend the Constitution. Not to allow the supreme court to dismantle the Bill of rights.

    State and federal laws that are in conflict are to be rejected.

    It is a logical fallacy to leave the regulation of government within its own powers.
    So it is bound by it's founding doctrine.

  2. I am just glad that criminals who buy their firearms illegally on the street will now have to pass a background checks thanks to Democrats.

  3. tom needs to wake the hell up and get behind the convention of states project while there is still time. we can't keep having these never ending battles over constitutional nullification, as if a party line vote, or a bureaucratic regulation, or judicial overreach can just nullify the bill of rights. we may win some of these battles but it's a war we can't win because progressive = incremental approach to what revolution cannot accomplish in america. the constitution provides two processes for amendments, one in the hands of washington and the other in the hands of the states, specifically an article V convention of states. to learn more just type convention of states project into the search field above. many will ask, "if all 3 branches in DC are ignoring the constitutional limits on their power what good is another amendment from the states that DC will also ignore". this time we put a career 3rd rail into the limitations on the federal government that will end the public life of anyone in DC who crosses state sovereignty. we could permanently end this war altogether with a fraction of the effort we have invested into this constantly expanding and corrupt hostage situation in DC that neither party is willing to end, because it serves them. DC will never fix what it broke because it is not in its interest. everything the american people want, from term limits to balanced budgets to permanently ending DC overreach, can be won in short order directly by the states, but we only have right now to accomplish this. look at the state legislatures and look at DC and ask yourself, "who do i want to go to battle with?". WAKE UP, TOM!!!

  4. I have a lifetime carry permit but I had to sell all my guns. Zero. Nada. Ziltch. Nothing here.

  5. People's natural rights should never be up to discussion. Freedom is the ultimate gift we have been given by our Creator while we live here on this earth. Some want to take freedom from us. We can not just give up our feedom. Governments should be established to protect freedom. If a government takes freedom,it should be replaced.

  6. If they get rid of the filibuster there is nothing we can do other than to contest it all the way to the Supreme Court. Even then, it appears that the SCOTUS are loathe to take up things lately…not sure what the hell is going on.

  7. Trouble is our reps don’t care what we want. I’ve reached out to my rep (Higgins) to voice my opposition and to request he do the same. Not surprisingly, he wrote back to me AFTER he voted in support of these two bills.
    If nothing else, these people are skilled at throwing a bunch of fancy words around.

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