Congressmen Louie Gohmert gave a talk on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives to discuss the false positive rate for NICS background checks. Out of 73,000 initial denials in 2010, there were only 42 cases referred for prosecution and just 13 convictions. The one correction that we would make is that this low level of prosecutions and convictions has been true across administrations from Clinton to Bush to Obama. …
From the Desert Sun in Palm Springs, California, which is located in Riverside County:
It was the summer of 2016 when Steve Perkio, a retired construction worker with a love for the outdoors, walked into the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department headquarters with his paperwork in hand. Perkio planned to spend much of his retirement camping in the rural wilderness, where he would often be isolated and alone, so he figured it was wise for him to start carrying a gun for protection.
Mike Weisser has a new column in the Huffington Post:
If there is one name which creates anger and hostility within the gun violence prevention (GVP) community, it’s not Wayne LaPierre, head of the National Rifle Association, it’s John Lott. His book, More Guns, Less Crime, has become the Magna Carta for the pro-gun movement and his argument that armed citizens deter violent crime is immediately cited in any public debate involving the regulation of guns.
Dr. John Lott talked to Steve Gruber about some of the new gun control laws that are going into effect around the country.
(Tuesday, January 2, 2017, from 6:45 to 6:54 AM)
Dr. John Lott talked to Steve Gruber about the federal legislation to have national reciprocity for concealed carry.
(December 23, 2017)…