7 Aug , 2014

More videos from Students for Concealed Carry/Crime Prevention Research Center conference

First panel
Taylor Woolrich’s presentation was posted earlier here.
Allie Lainez

Holly Adams

Nicole Goeser

A small portion of CPRC’s John Lott debating with Chelsea Parson from Center for American Progress

Allison Basley and Kimberly Shepherd

Tim Schmidt and the police trainer and law enforcement panel

Tim’s overview of his panel

Jan Morgan’s talk

Sheriff Al Cannon’s talk


6 Aug , 2014

Taylor Woolrich’s op-ed at Fox News describes what it is like to be stalked, lots of other media coverage

UPDATE: Buzzfeed and others mischaracterize what happened with Taylor Woolrich’s op-ed.  See discussion here.

ORIGINAL: This is some of the news coverage that was obtained from the Students for Concealed Carry Convention that the Crime Prevention Research Center organized and funded.  Taylor Woolrich has a very powerful op-ed at Fox News that starts this way:

Over the last four years, I have lived with the constant threat from a stalker – a stalker who is now in jail for the third time for violating a restraining order.


6 Aug , 2014

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Fox News on Taylor Woolrich’s story, denied a chance to defend herself from stalker

Here is the first part of the story that was the lead up at Fox News:

A 20-year-old Dartmouth student says she may have to give up her Ivy League dream and drop out of school because the prestigious college won’t allow her to carry a gun — to protect herself against a predator.

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6 Aug , 2014

Students for Concealed Carry/CPRC conference on gun-free zones

During the Students for Concealed Carry conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., Dartmouth student Taylor Woolrich shared her terrifying story of being stalked for years by a man 47 years her senior.


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5 Aug , 2014


Pictures from Students for Concealed Carry/CPRC conference

Here are some pictures from the presentations at the National Press Club

Taylor Woolrich, Allie Lainez, Holly Adams, and Nikki Goeser

John Lott, Lindsay Wood, and Chelsea Parsons

Chelsea Parsons speaking

Tom Palmer, AnnaMaria Gallozzi

Joyce Lee Malcolm, AnnaMaria Gallozzi, Carl Moody

Jan Morgan, Tim Schmidt, and Sheriff Al Cannon

Sheriff Al Cannon Speaking

Allison Basley and Kimberly Shepherd

Kimberly Shepherd

Crayle Vanest receiving an award from Michael Guzman


4 Aug , 2014

CPRC on Jim Bohannon Radio Show to discuss Jim Brady’s death

This interview took place on Monday, August 4th, 2014 from 10:35 to 11:00 PM EDT.

On an otherwise quiet Monday, March 30, 1981 in Washington, DC, our newly-elected President, Ronald Reagan was at a speaking engagement downtown. After making his speech he was being led back outside when shots rang out and the leader of the Free World was hit.

4 Aug , 2014

CPRC getting attention for the Students for Concealed Carry Convention

An interview with Cam & Company and Katie Pavlich is available here. Monday, August 4th, 2:40 to 2:51 PM.…

1 Aug , 2014

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CPRC Debating Former NJ Gov. James Florio in the pages of the NJ Star-Ledger over limits on magazine size

After John Lott’s original piece in the NJ Star-Ledger defense of Governor Chris Christie’s veto of a 10 bullet limit on gun magazine size, Former Governor James Florio wrote a response.

An op-ed article that appeared Saturday, authored by John R. Lott Jr. and defending Gov. Chris Christie’s veto of a bill decreasing the size of gun magazines, is troubling.


31 Jul , 2014

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Bloomberg’s gun controllers use lawyers to stop political debate, what is Bloomberg afraid of?

Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety put together a video about the risks that guns supposedly pose for women.  Two points about this video:

1) This ex-husband could have seriously wounded or killed the woman without any help from a gun.

2) The presence of a gun in this case would have made a much bigger difference in the woman’s ability to defend herself than it would for a man.  …

31 Jul , 2014

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Interesting Fact: Virtually all permit holders who are charged with a crime in Texas are found not convicted of any offense

Permit holders who are charged with a crime will have their permits suspended or revoked.  Amazingly, these individuals virtually never get convicted.  From 2008 to 2012, suspensions and revocations totaled 6,565, while convictions for primarily misdemeanors and a few felonies totaled 548.  Thus, just 8 percent of those who were suspended or revoked.  …