Andrew Foster Connors spoke out about gun violence during an appearance Dec. 7 on the Baltimore Sun’s podcast, “Roughly Speaking,” with Dan Rodricks. Andrew has signed on with Do Not Stand Idly By, a campaign of the Metro Industrial Areas Foundation, a Washington-based network of faith and civic leaders. The campaign is asking manufacturers to embrace “smart gun” technology, which allows only authorized users to fire guns.
“Frankly, many of us are tired of President Obama coming out and whining about not being able to get anything done legislatively when there are other options,” Andrew was quoted in The Sun.
Listen to Andrew on “Roughly Speaking.”
Read the Baltimore Sun article about the issue.