Since the recent 153-151 vote to scrap the bill that would have abolished the costly and ineffective Canadian long gun registry, both sides of the gun debate have been charging forward with revised agendas. The conservatives, in favor of scrapping the registry, are pushing the narrow voting margin toward an even stronger second round. The anti-gun liberals, believing they have momentum, are now going after handguns. Cam Edwards speaks with Dave Kopel who says that aside from the registry undermining human rights, it is a terribly crafted bureaucratic program. Initially it was set to cost the Canadian government 2 million Canadian dollars and it now costs 2 billion, and the information therein cannot be relied upon. Originally aired 9/29/2010.