The Department of Defense report on the September 16th, 2013 Navy Yard shooting focuses on Aaron Alexis’ mental health issues not being discovered before the attack:
At various points during Alexis’ military service and subsequent employment as a cleared contractor — from the background investigation in 2007 to the disturbing behaviors he exhibited in the weeks leading up to the shooting — the review revealed missed opportunities for intervention that, had they been pursued, may have prevented the tragic result at the Washington Navy Yard.
Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns and Moms Demand Action want to push their “success” with Starbucks to other companies. In September, 2013, Starbucks issued the following policy:
Starbucks says guns are no longer welcome in its cafes, though it is stopping short of an outright ban on firearms. . . .
The piece by John Lott at Investor’s Business Daily starts this way:
Unbelievably, some won’t even let police officers work for free. They object to them carrying guns when off-duty.
Gun-control advocates are so extremely fearful of guns, the NFL has banned off-duty police from carrying their guns inside stadiums. They really believe that the presence of guns, even those carried by off-duty police, pose an unacceptable danger.
The audio from the Gary Nolan Radio show is available in two parts: here and here (11:35 to noon, Thursday, March 13, 2014). We discuss recent claims about universal background checks and claims put out by Michael Bloomberg.
Daniel J. Flynn’s interview with John Lott at Breitbart Sports starts this way:
An expert scholar on mass shootings labels the NFL’s edict banning off-duty cops from carrying weapons inside stadiums “completely crazy” and suggests the league may be unnecessarily exposing fans to dangers by transforming stadiums into gun-free zones.
“Banning off-duty law-enforcement officers from carrying seems completely crazy to me,” John Lott told Breitbart Sports.
The audio of John Lott’s interview with Dennis Miller is available here (March 10, 2014, 12:35 to 1 PM).
Dennis Miller’s kind endorsement of the CPRC at the end of the interview:
We are talking to John Lott, president of the Crime Prevention Research Center, and if you ever see that name or that organization’s name ascribed to a study I would encourage you to read it because John will follow the data and I think just present you with the facts of it.
Here are segments from the Dana Loesch Show (Friday, March 7th from 2:26 to 2:30 PM), the Lars Larson Show (Friday, March 7th from 5:40 to 5:50 PM), the Jason Lewis Radio Show Part 1 and Part 2 (Friday, March 7th from 7:40 to 8 PM), and the Libertarian Republic (click on the bold text to listen to the audio).…
On Wednesday, March 6th John Lott appeared on the Greg Garrison radio show from 9:35 to 10 AM to discuss how Michael Bloomberg pushing false information about guns. The audio is available here.
An op-ed in the New York Times last Friday by Greg Hampikian (February 27), a biology professor at Boise State University, raised the standard fears about letting permitted concealed handguns on college campuses.
I have had encounters with disgruntled students over the years, some of whom seemed quite upset, but I always assumed that when they reached into their backpacks they were going for a pencil.
The audio of John Lott’s interview on Coast-to-Coast AM with George Noory is available here. Lott was in the news segment for 3 minutes to discuss the Obama administration implementing his executive orders on background checks.