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Visiting Ecuador’s Ministry of Government

Visiting Ecuador’s Ministry of Government

Dr. John Lott is in Ecuador, and on Monday, he met with the Minister of the Ministry of Government, Esteban Torres, for more than an hour. It was a very productive discussion about crime and gun control, with Ecuador battling drug cartels and considering legislation...

On What’s On Your Mind: Discussing Vote Fraud

On What’s On Your Mind: Discussing Vote Fraud

Dr. John Lott appeared on What’s On Your Mind with Scott Hennen to discuss election integrity (covering North and South Dakota, western Minnesota, and eastern Montana). See also our research on in-person and proxy voting rules titled "Why Do Most Countries Require...

Was Shooting at Chiefs’ Super Bowl Rally Gang Related?

Was Shooting at Chiefs’ Super Bowl Rally Gang Related?

Referring to the shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl Rally, “This appeared to be a dispute between several people that ended in gunfire," said Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves. Two juveniles are the main suspects who were detained. The attack was not...

On The Vicki McKenna Show: To Discuss Biden’s Gun Control Law

On The Vicki McKenna Show: To Discuss Biden’s Gun Control Law

Dr. John Lott talked to Vicki McKenna on her statewide radio show in Wisconsin about Biden's gun control policies and their effects on gun rights. See also Dr. Lott's piece with Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) at Newsweek titled "Biden’s Gun Control Law Will...

Major credit card companies start using merchant code for firearm and ammunition retailers to comply with a new California law to supposedly identify suspicious gun purchases. Will this really work? No.

Major credit card companies start using merchant code for firearm and ammunition retailers to comply with a new California law to supposedly identify suspicious gun purchases. Will this really work? No.

Major credit card companies are moving to make a merchant code available for firearm and ammunition retailers in order to comply with a new California law that will allow banks to potentially track suspicious gun purchases and report them to law enforcement, CBS News...

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