Taylor Woolrich’s presentation was posted earlier here.
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
The Berkeley Forum debate entitled “Guns, Crime and Freedom” included: CPRC president and economist John Lott, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and Stanford professor Jack Rakove and Robyn Thomas, executive director of the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. The debate took place on October 25th, 2013, but the video of the debate has only just now been released.…
On Tuesday, February 11th, CPRC’s John Lott will debate Carl T. Bogus, Professor of Law, Roger Williams University and former board member for Handgun Control and the Brady Campaign. The debate on the topic of gun control will go from 12:45 to 2 PM at the University Club of New York.…
A short video of the debate from News Channel 12 is available here:
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More on the debate is available from the East Carolina University school newspaper. Amazingly, the debate received news coverage at least as far away as Montana.
From WSLS TV:
East Carolina University hosted a debate on the controversial issues of guns and gun control.
The Daily Californian has this discussion (though their discussion isn’t completely accurate):
The Berkeley Forum hosted a panel of gun policy experts Friday night to discuss the future of firearms and public safety in America.
The panel, titled “Guns, Crime and Freedom,” brought a trio of speakers to the UC Berkeley campus — author and economist John Lott, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and Stanford professor Jack Rakove and Robyn Thomas, executive director of the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence.