After President Donald Trump’s State of the Union on January 30, 2018, NBC’s Chuck Todd attacked President Donald Trump because “he led with let me paint the picture of this mythical immigrant criminal here that I want everyone to make fun about.” Yet, our new research shows that Trump’s claim isn’t about some “mythical” threat.…
Last December 5th, the New York Times had yet another editorial making false claims about guns. The information from the Violence Policy Center has been recycled over and over again every few months by them. We have written numerous letters to the editor to the New York Times, and we discussed with people at the Times.…
Dr. John Lott talked to Steve Gruber on the Michigan Talk Network about President Trump’s views on immigration. He told Gruber: “There’s nothing wrong with Trump’s desire for better immigrants”
(Tuesday, January 23, 2018, from 6:45 To 6:53 AM)
Dr. John Lott and Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) have a new op-ed piece in the New York Daily News on the lessons from last week’s school shooting in Kentucky. Here is how the piece starts:
Before knowing almost anything about last Tuesday’s mass public shooting at a high school in Kentucky, gun control advocates were once again calling for more gun control.
Dr. John Lott talked to Gavin McInnes on CRTV’s “Get Off My Lawn” to discuss our new research on crime by illegal aliens.
(Tuesday, January 23, 2018)
Mark Levin read a news story in the Washington Times about our new research on crime by illegal aliens.
Mark Levin: “Lott is very, very reputable. And he is hated immensely because he is excellent on the Second Amendment and excellent on this issue. He is a numbers guy. He is an economist, he is a statistician. …
In a major speech on Friday, January 26th, 2018, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivered remarks on the Trump administration’s immigration priorities (see here for his entire talk). He cited our new research from the Crime Prevention Research Center to explain their approach. Here is the part of his talk where he references our research.…
Washington Examiner, January 12, 2018
A new report about crimes committed by illegals finds that younger undocumented immigrants who were eligible for former President Obama’s DACA amnesty program commit far more crimes than other immigrants or U.S. citizens.
In unearthing rare data that details the crimes and sentences of illegals in Arizona, the Crime Prevention Research Center reported that immigrants age 15-35, the general population of the 700,000 in Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, “commit crime at twice the rate of young U.S.
US Civil Rights Commissioner Peter Kirsanow appeared on the Tucker Carlson Tonight Show about crime by illegal aliens. Kirsanow cited Crime Prevention Research Center research in this discussion.
(January 22, 2018, Segment “A” on show)
Dr. John Lott talked to Larry O’Connor on the big WMAL about our new report on crime by illegal aliens.
(Friday, January 12, 2018, 4:05 to 4:30 PM)