At Real Clear Politics: Biden’s Gun Control Lies

10 Apr , 2021  

Dr. John Lott and Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) have a new op-ed

There were so many lies in Vice President Kamala Harris’ and President Joe Biden’s presentations on guns Thursday that it is hard to know where to start. One thing is certain, though: The media fact-checkers won’t question their claims.



At Townhall: Biden’s Many False Claims on Gun Violence

9 Apr , 2021  

Dr. John Lott has a new piece at Townhall.

President Biden’s press conference on guns was filled with inaccuracies and false claims. Ironically, during the campaign last year, Biden disparaged the use of executive orders, “if you can’t get the votes … you can’t [legislate] by executive order unless you’re a dictator.


op-ed, Vote Fraud

In the Missoulian: Problems with Ballots

7 Apr , 2021  

Dr. John Lott has a new piece in today’s Missoulian about the problems with Missoula’s mail-in vote problems. All the documentary information is available at the end of the link here.

Montana got to see firsthand how well a mail-in election goes. If the results from Missoula County are any indication, it didn’t go well.



At Newsweek: Montana Ballot Audit Shows the Risks of Mail-in Vote Fraud

5 Apr , 2021  

Dr. John Lott has a new piece at Newsweek on the alleged mail-in vote fraud in Montana.

House Democrats are intent on making mail-in voting permanent and widespread. They passed and sent to the Senate an election reform bill—the For the People Act—that would force states to move to mail-in ballots.


At Townhall: Unintended Consequences of More Gun Control

24 Mar , 2021  

Nikki Goeser has a new piece at Townhall.

As I watched the Senate hearing on gun control this week, I cringed at some of the gun control proposals promoted in the name of public safety. Many people want to “do something” to stop what some call “gun violence.” I call it violence because I realize that violence is a behavior, not an object.


At Townhall: Keeping Georgetown Law School Profs from Talking About Black Students’ Low Grades Helps No One

17 Mar , 2021  

Dr. John Lott has a new piece at Townhall.

Some simple, obvious facts are too politically incorrect for academics to state publicly. Georgetown University just fired law professor Sandra Sellers and forced out professor David Batson. Sellers’ offense? “I end up having this angst every semester that a lot of my lower ones are blacks,” Sellers’ said in discussion with another professor at the end of a Zoom call.


At the Tennessee Conservative: Victim Of Stalking & Violent Crime Shares Her Harrowing Story In Support of Lifetime Protection Bill

12 Mar , 2021  

CPRC’s Nikki Goeser has a new opinion piece at the Tennessee Conservative March 12, 2021

The Tennessee State Senate unanimously passed the Lifetime Order of Protection Bill this week. The final vote will take place on Monday, March 15th on the House Floor. 

This bill is to help prevent victims of violent crimes from being re-victimized.

op-ed, Vote Fraud

At the Washington Times: Taking another look at election fraud Courts reject Republican challenges because they want evidence of enough fraud to change outcome, a catch-22

15 Feb , 2021  

Dr. John Lott has a new piece at the Washington Times responding to claims that Trump lied about election fraud.

Last week, during Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, we were told that his offense was “the big lie” that the election was stolen. That “big lie” is responsible for the Jan.



At Townhall: Trump’s Senate Trial Rests on the Claim that He Lied About Vote Fraud, He Didn’t

10 Feb , 2021  

With the impeachment trial going in the Senate, Dr. John Lott has a new piece at Townhall.com.

Former-president Donald Trump’s Senate trial for his January 6 speech “inciting” a riot at the US Capitol rests on the claim that he lied about vote fraud in the November election. Put aside that Trump asked “everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically, make your voices heard.”


At the Washington Examiner: To prevent violence, let members of Congress keep carrying guns

5 Feb , 2021  

Dr. John Lott and Congressman Andy Harris (R-MD) have an op-ed together at the Washington Examiner on the push by some Democrats to completely ban Congressman having guns at the Capitol.

When politicians can face impeachment for inciting violence despite asking people to show their support “peacefully,” you would think politicians would weigh their words more carefully.