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Obama Going Around Congress in Gun Control Push

bigdog_137 Wrote: Apr 01, 2013 7:28 PM
Where in the Constitution is the part authorizing "Executive Orders"?
Hypervigilant Wrote: Apr 01, 2013 9:46 PM
Executive Orders can only be enforced against those who are subject to federal jurisdiction - which include all federal public-servants, federal employees, and residents of Washington DC and US possessions. Nearly all private citizens are outside of their jurisdiction.

President Obama has shown he has little patience working with that thing called "Congress." Throughout his presidency, he's used government agencies to implement his agenda through regulation and with the gun control debate front and center, things won't be any different. The Hill reported late last week Obama is "quietly moving forward on gun control," giving federal agencies and authorities even more power when it comes to Second Amendment regulation.

The president has used his executive powers to bolster the national background check system, jumpstart government research on the causes of gun violence and create a million-dollar...