Snoop Dogg, Spike Lee and Steve Austin Sound Off On Gun Control

Here's what some of Larry King's most famous guests have to say about one of the most contentious debates in America.

President Obama gave an emotional address to the country on Tuesday, unveiling executive actions meant to combat gun violence in America. While the true impact of these measures remains to be seen, the president voiced that, "Each time this comes up, we are fed the excuse that common-sense reforms like background checks might not have stopped the last massacre, or the one before that, or the one before that, so why bother trying. I reject that thinking. We know we can't stop every act of violence, every act of evil in the world. But maybe we could try to stop one act of evil, one act of violence." With more than 30,000 gun deaths per year in the United States, this has become one of the most fiercely debated issues facing the nation.

Here is what some of Larry King's guests have to say about gun control:

Spike Lee explains why he says Iraq is now safer than the south side of Chicago:

Snoop Dog voices his political views including his stance on gun control, politics, President Barack Obama, & George W. Bush's "eight years of madness":

Legendary former pro-wrestler and television host  Steve Austin also known as "Stone Cold" discusses gun control with Larry King:

Here's what Stevie Wonder has to say about the issue: 

Gary Sinise of CSI: NY talks with Larry about his view on the current state of gun control:

Jason Alexander talks gun control and Hillary Clinton:

Larry spoke to a panel of experts on gun control in this episode including Margot Bennett, executive director of Women Against Gun Violence and C.D. “Chuck” Michel, the 2013 National Gun Rights Defender Of The Year, who serves as west coast counsel for the NRA. You can watch the full show below:

-Bronte Price

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