Major Doug Zembiec was known as "the lion of Falluja." He was a marine in the Iraq War who was killed in 2007 while fighting insurgents in Baghdad. Pam, his wife, now widow– has written a book detailing her grieving process since losing her husband. But Pam told "New Day Weekend" that although the re-emerging violence in Iraq makes her angry, she would support the President "100 percent" if he wished to re-enter Iraq "to try and regain what Doug fought so highly for– the framework of democracy."
A new gun law in Georgia is giving gun owners the go-ahead to pack heat in some pretty surprising places. A bar owner must now opt out if they want guns banned on the premises. And unless a police officer witnesses a crime, they are banned from asking individuals who brandish a gun to show their conceal and carry permit.
New Day Weekend spoke with gun control advocate Colin Goddard, who is also a survivor of the 2007 Virginia Tech Shooting, as well as Jerry Henry– executive director of Georgia Carry, the group that lobbied for the new law.