Mar 21, 2019
Gun control and gun rights debates are reignited after the attacks that killed 50 people in mosques in New Zealand. While the US has struggled to enact any kind of gun law changes after mass shootings, New Zealand's prime minister took immediate action. Dave both applauds the response as well as criticizes it as a potential knee-jerk reaction -- asking whether we should be doing any legislating, with or without the Second Amendment, while emotions are running high. Debbie wonders what it does to weapons that are already out there. The answer? The country is going to spend millions of dollars to buy assault rifles back from people who purchased them legally in the past.