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Steve Russell takes on executive orders and talks about reconciliation.
While President Obama and other gun control activists repeatedly take aim at the so-called gun show loophole as a dangerous gap in the effort to prevent criminals from obtaining deadly weapons, a decorated war veteran now serving in Congress says that narrative is almost entirely baseless.
The Obama administration tells Al-Monitor that it "strongly opposes" an Iran sanctions bill that is scheduled for an initial vote this week, setting the scene for the first of what promises to be a long list of showdowns over Iran policy in 2016.
Jan. 06, 2016 - 4:46 - Rep. Steve Russell, (R-Okla.), on President Obama’s gun control executive action.
Are air strikes & advisers enough to stop the Islamic State, or will it take another massive deployment of U.S. boots on the ground? Larry takes a look with Rep. Steve Russell (R-OK) from the House Armed Services Committee.
FBI stats show violent crimes down last two years
OKLAHOMA CITY – The terrorist shootings in San Bernardino, Calif., prompted U.S. Rep. Steve Russell to deliver a strong pro-gun message 48 hours before President Barack Obama demanded tougher gun control laws.
OKLAHOMA — Republican Congressman Steve Russell takes a break from meet and greets to join the Flashpoint panel.
Russell talks about keeping our rights during mass shootings likes San Bernardino. He also mentions that politicians are just as concerned about gun laws as the everyday citizen, so they discuss background checks and other variables in purchasing firearms.
U.S. Rep. Steve Russell offers no apology to those in his party who are disappointed in his take on the Syrian refugee crisis. Unlike so many Republicans, Russell doesn't want the United States to begin turning these refugees away as a result of the recent
terror attacks in Paris.