The piece by the Crime Prevention Research Center starts this way:
New York City Mayor and gun control advocate Michael Bloomberg sure knows how to get his way.
This week the NFL, after featuring anti-gun ads during the last two Super Bowls, it decided that an ad offering the opposite point of view in the upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII on February 2 was just too much.
Chuck Ross at the Daily Caller has this:
. . . But at least one prominent gun and crime researcher says he thinks that the OFA campaign is misleading.
“Obviously background checks wouldn’t have stopped Newtown,” John Lott Jr., president of the Crime Prevention Research Center, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.