Jerry Brown says California needs a Governor with "an insider's knowledge and an outsider's mind." We ask him how that translates into specific plans to resolve the state's $20 billion deficit and restore it to greatness in the next four years. Also, could driver error be behind Toyota’s acceleration problem? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, support for gun control has been dropping fast, and gun sales have been going up. Some advocates are now focused on carrying unconcealed weapons — even at Starbucks. As the debate changes, where's the Obama Administration?
Gun Control in America and Jerry Brown in California
From this Episode:
Jerry Brown on His Latest Campaign for Governor
If you're old enough, Jerry Brown needs no introduction. If you're not, the current Attorney General of California was Secretary of State and Governor in the 1970's. He...
Coffeehouse Showdown: Gun Owners Test the Limits of the Law
When Barack Obama was elected President, the National Rifle Association predicted a massive effort at gun control, and gun sales shot up last year by 39%. But when...