This is U.S vice president Joe Biden, his task force has come up with a list of recommendations on addressing gun violence in the U.S.
He's given that list to president Obama, we should know sometime today what his next step will be.
There are couple of different parts the president could take, one would be encouraging Congress to change laws like banning assault weapons or requiring background checks on buyers at gun shows.
But not anyone in Congress would support that,and the National Rifle Association is working to prevent any new restrictions on gun.
There are something else the president could do though, given executive order.
U.S president have been giving out executive orders since 1789.
Why? Because they can.
And executive order is a law made instantly with the president's signature.
The advantage for a president is that it doen't have to through Congress, the disadvantage, say critics is that it doesn't have to go through Congress.
And some critics say use of the executive order may violate the Constitutional separation of powers.
In fact, the term executive order isn't in the Constitution.
What is in article two, section three is that the president shall take care of that the laws be faithfully executed.
So if a president feels that Congress isn't faithfully executing the laws he wants, he can issue an executive order.
They do their limits though, executive orders can't use federal money for one thing.
President couldn't use one that cut taxes or build a bridge for example.
The orders can't be overturned by a court, and the next president can get rid of a previous order.
Presidents aren't shy about giving new ones though.
According to the National Archives ,two-term president Bill Clinton gave 364 executive orders.
Two-term president George W.Bush gave 291.
President Obama is on the same pace, having given 144 in his first term.
President Roosevelt holds the record, he gave over 3700 executive orders, though he did have longer than everyone else in the White House.
Bottom line, love him or hate him, we all have to live under them at least for a while.
Why? Well, that's an order.
"I've said it for seven years, I've said it for longer than seven years, I have never doped.
I can say it again, but I've said it for seven years, it doesn't help.
Why would I then enter into a sport and dope myself up and risk my life again, that's crazy, I would never do that.
That's no, no way."
That was Lance Armstrong in 2005, he spend more than a decade saying things like that, denying that he cheated during his cycling career.
I bought this magazine on the recommendation of a friend.
Trainee commandos are put through an exhausting assault course.
Don't violate other people's copyright.
White lines divide the playing area into sections.
It's a good idea to archive your files once a week.