We started the show with David Keene, former president of the NRA. We talked about the continuing gun control in California. Keene mentioned how it used to be that both parties defended the second amendment. Now, it is a contentious issue. Keene defended the right to use guns to hunt and is worried about the sport's future in California.
Keene wasn't to keen on background checks. He cited the Navy Yard shooter and the failure of background checks to vet him.
Sen. Ted Cruz vows to speak on the senate floor until he can no longer stand. At least someone is standing up against Obamacare. We are a week away from Californians being able to pick their Obamacare plan. And, if you don't include any health care plan, you will be fined. The complicated scheme is listed on the Cover California website.