CPRC debates Campus Carry at the International Students for Liberty Conference (Video)

29 Feb , 2016  

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CPRC’s John Lott debated Third Way’s Jim Kessler, the former Director of Policy and Research for Americans for Gun Safety and a former staffer for Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY).  The debate took place in DC on Saturday, February 27th from 1:30 to 2:30 PM.


2 Responses

  1. Mark says:

    THANK YOU John Lott and the CPRC for all of your valuable research and efforts in protecting fellow American’s rights.

  2. Bartosh Rudnicki says:

    Jim Kessler said:

    “I went to college in Boston. I was attacked by two people. One of them put his gun into the back of my head etc. It may happen to everyone.

    Actually it is not true. The perception that everyone is equally at risk is flat-out wrong. Let’s take Boston as an example.

    For almost 30 years between January 1, 1980 and December 31, 2008 the vast majority of street segments, intersections and other places in Boston (88.5%) never experienced a single firearm incident.

    Source: Braga et al, “The Concentration and Stability of Gun Violence at Micro Places in Boston, 1980–2008”

    We can take it even further: according to Robert Muggah, the Canadian founder of the Igarapé Institute, 99% of violence in the United States is concentrated in 5% of street addresses.

    Let me repeat this: 99% OF VIOLENCE IN THE US IS CONCENTRATED IN 5% OF STREETS.

    Source: “Global Strategies to Reduce Violence by 50% in 30 Years: Findings from the Global Violence Reduction Conference 2014”

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    According to Robert Muggah, the Canadian founder of the Igarapé Institute, 99% of violence in the United States is concentrated in 5% of street addresses.

    Let me repeat this: 99% OF VIOLENCE IN THE US IS CONCENTRATED IN 5% OF STREETS.

    Source: “Global Strategies to Reduce Violence by 50% in 30 Years: Findings from the Global Violence Reduction Conference 2014”

    So Kessler is wrong. My verdict: four Pinocchios.

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