My own very personal view is that it's not for me, as a Brit to go to another country and tell them what they should be doing, but Piers Morgan takes a different view,. A view that he is rightly entitled to under the 1st Amendment to the United States Constitution. So while I can see his actions being perceived as interfering in the affairs of another Sovereign Nation, I certainly hope any 2nd Amendment supporter would back his 1st Amendment right to free speech.
Now I've interviewed both gentlemen for talkSPORT Radio (obviously not on sport :) and both are very strong willed people. Piers Morgan is clearlyl a media genius, transforming from Editor of the Mirror at a time when the paper's credibility was shot to pieces, to media superstar. I very much doubt that Piers Morgan is proselytising anything other than his true opinions on fully automatic weapons, but I think it would be fair to conclude that he's also a man to spot an opportunity for notoriety - and he's clearly got the globe talking about him.
Alex Jones is a highly successful broadcaster, and host of a nationally syndicated talk show. You can read his views at www.infowars.com . And Alex is a man I have also enjoyed interviewing on many occasions. He is often branded "a conspiracy theorist", a term I actually don't like, because the premise of a "conspiracy theorist" is that someone theorises that conspiracies exist. Watergate for one example shows that they do. Please check his site out and at the very least you'll be entertained - and whatever one might conclude about his take on life, it's apparent he clearly believes every word he says.