Dr. John Lott has a op-ed in today’s Minneapolis Star Tribune on two different approaches on how to battle terrorism. The piece contrasts the push for more gun control with other approaches. (This piece was done outside Lott’s work with the CPRC and his affiliation with CPRC was not used for this piece.)
Dr. John Lott talked to Jan Mickelson about schools being gun-free zones and what that means for students’ safety. (Friday, September 30, 12:07 to 12:22 PM)
Dr. John Lott spoke with host Steve Gruber about the 1st Presidential debate and how to best reduce crime in America.
(September 27, 2016 6:35-6:43am)
Dr. John Lott talked to Derek Hunter about the Stop & Frisk and the No-fly list discussions in last night’s presidential debate.
(Tuesday, September 27, 2016 from 1:33 to 1:45 PM)
Matt Vespa has a new review of The War on Guns up at Townhall.com.
Dr. John Lott is the go-to expert when it comes to crime data and Second Amendment rights. His studies from the Crime Prevention Center have been cited in numerous pieces, including ones published here on Townhall, about the Left’s incessant, and often ridiculous, efforts to strip Americans of their Second Amendment rights.
Dr. John Lott gave a half hour talk on his new book, The War on Guns, at the Gun Rights Policy Conference on Saturday, September 24th from 4:30 to 5:00 PM.
Dr. John Lott talked to Michelle Mendoza on Seattle’s KGNW about his new book The War on Guns. (September 22, 2016)
Dr. John Lott to Tron Simpson on KVOR in Colorado Springs, Colorado about the new defamation suit filed against Katie Couric.
(Wed, September 21, 2016, 10:00am – 10:15am)
Dr. John Lott was interviewed by Rose Unplugged about recent claims that gun ownership has declined.
(Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 7:40 to 7:57 PM)
From KSAT ABC 12 in San Antonio, Texas:
The Medina Independent School District is home to 303 students, and according to a sign placed by an entrance Wednesday, possibly, a few firearm-toting faculty members.
“Attention,” reads the new sign. “Please be aware that the staff at Medina ISD may be armed and will use whatever force is necessary to protect our students.”
The school consists of students from pre-kindergarten all the way through high school.