Chris W. Cox

After all, the White House is still blaming Mexican drug crime on law-abiding Americans and still using the outcome of its Fast and Furious scandal to push for gun registration here in the United States.

But if Calderon was truly concerned with getting his message in front of the right people, he’d stick his sign on the White House lawn. Maybe that would drive home the point that Americans expect answers as to how and why our government was able to execute this scandal. And we expect those answers before one more of our brave federal law enforcement officers is sacrificed in the line of duty.


Chris W. Cox

Chris W. Cox is the Executive Director of The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action and serves as the organization’s chief lobbyist.