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Former President Barack Obama called for stricter gun control in the aftermath of mass shootings in Texas, Ohio and Chicago over the weekend. 53 people were shot in Obama's hometown of Chicago, where gun control laws are already restrictive. Seven of the Chicago victims died.

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Obama crying

On Tuesday U.S. President Obama announced the 1st step of his comprehensive plan to disarm law abiding American citizens.

As part of his executive order expanding background checks for gun buyers, Obama is ordering doctors to report their patients to the government if they have depression or "subnormal intelligence."

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Obama's gun control

President Obama made good on his 1st step to disarm law-abiding American citizens without Congress's approval.

Obama's new gun control law, that goes into affect today, makes it more difficult for Americans to buy guns from private dealers.

Not everyone is as happy as the criminals who will continue to obtain their guns illegally.

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Jeremy Meeks and wife

The wife of America's most photogenic convict is not impressed with all the attention Jeremy Meeks' has received online. Meeks became an overnight sensation when his mugshot was posted on the Stockton police department's Facebook page on June 18. Meeks' chiseled runway model looks and piercing blue eyes were too much for some women to resist.

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Obama skeet shooting

As you know, President Obama has been pushing for tougher laws on assault rifles and high capacity magazines ever since the Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut.

Earlier this month, Obama signed an Executive order allowing sweeping new gun control measures to go into effect immediately. He also called for Congress to get off their butts and renew Clinton's ban on assault rifles.

In an interview with New Republic magazine, President Obama was asked if he has ever fired a gun. Pumped with a healthy dose of swagger, Obama answered: "Yes, in fact, up at Camp David, we do skeet shooting all the time."

His statement drew swift responses from fellow lawmakers, the NRA, and others who have never seen Obama lift anything resembling a gun.

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