Thursday, May 20, 2010

Obama Asked To Engage In Gun Control

Mexico's President Felipe Calderon

Mexico's President Felipe Calderon, formally asked U.S. President, Barack Obama and the Congress to stem the flow of guns into his nation. It is a problem for many Caribbean nations as well, as the Second Amendment guarantees Americans the right to bear arms, but sadly, these weapons are often trafficked into other neighboring nations.

U.S. President Barack Obama

Calderon has taken on the drug cartels in Mexico, waging a commendable fight. The Judiciary Report wishes him and the people of Mexico much success in this endeavor. President Calderon also denounced Arizona's new immigration law, as did President Obama, because it promotes racial profiling of Hispanics.