The audio of an interview from Tuesday, February 18th is available here.
The audio of an interview from Friday, February 21st is available here.
The news interview with George Noory on the new proposed law by Senator Markey is available here (Coast-to-Coast AM, Friday, February 21, 1:06 to 1:09 AM EST).
For those interested, information on the unreliability of these so-called “smart guns” is available here.
John Lott appeared on the Mark Reardon Show on KMOX to discuss new research funded by Michael Bloomberg on schooling shootings and Missouri ending its universal background check rules for handguns. The audio of the interview is available here (KMOX, Thursday, February 20, 4:05 to 4:14 PM CST).
Note: There was an error at the beginning of the segment suggesting that Bloomberg gave money to the CPRC.…
With the price of so-called “smart guns” running at $1,399 plus $399 for the watch that is required to make it work, this represents a dramatic increase in the price of guns and dramatically reduce gun ownership if mandated. The bigger problem is the question of reliability. Yet, Senator Edward Markey from Massachusetts is pushing a new bill to mandate that all new guns be these “smart guns.”
The audio of the interview on Voice of Russia is available here (Wednesday, February 19, 2014).…
The audio of the interview with John Lott is available here (8:07 to 8:14 EST AM, Wednesday, February 19, 2014).
• Write up on the court’s decision is available here.
The interview during the first hour of the Jim Bohannon Radio Show is
available here (10:05 to 11:00 PM EST, Tuesday, February 18, 2014).
For the original pieces that generated the discussion see here:
• Errors with Bloomberg on school gun shooting stats
• Errors with ABC News on the risks of having guns in the home
CPRC was on George Noory’s radio show last night for the first two hours of the show (3.25 million weekly listeners). Among the topics: the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals case striking down California’s concealed handgun law, the big push to scare Americans into not owning guns, the head of Interpol’s views on gun-free zones, 3D printers, and polls on gun-free zones.…
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 audio of John Lott’s interview on the Bill Martinez’s show that dealt with ABC News’ Special is available here.