The issue, based upon who has been involved in the many shootings taking place on school grounds and elsewhere, is NOT REGULATION, and is also NOT ENFORCEMENT of existing laws, but is the issue of MENTAL HEALTH...the shooters have all been unbalanced! --wilt In a message dated 6/16/2014 9:36:41 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, woc2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes: The Supreme Court dealt a rare blow to the gun lobby Monday by ruling that purchasers must report when they are buying firearms for other people. Well, well, well. Perhaps they are finally getting serious about this crap. They don’t need more laws, far too many already, just need to enforce the laws that are already there. A novel thought would be to standardize gun crime laws across the country and actually put little Johnnie and Janine away when they commit a crime instead of letting them off the hook because they didn’t win a prize in 3rd grade and now suffer for life. A good start, have a gun at a crime scene? Minimum 5 years. Pull a gun at a crime scene? Minimum 10 years. Shoot a gun at a crime scene and wound someone? Minimum 20 years. Kill someone? Life, or death. The liberal crew say that strong punishment is not a determent to committing crime, but one thing is for sure. They person with the strong punishment is deterred, they won’t commit any for a long time.