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CPRC in other radio interviews on dangers of gun-free zones

22 Jul , 2015  

John Lott talked to the Michigan Talk Network on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 from 6:45 to 6:52 AM.

 

John Lott spoke to the Christian radio network “The World” on Wednesday, July 22.

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CPRC discussing Gun-free zones for the military: Lars Larson Show, Larry Elder Show, and others

20 Jul , 2015  

CPRC Fellow Jack McCauley debated Ari Freilich, a staff attorney with the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, on Southern California’s public radio station KPCC’s Air Talk to discuss the ban on guns for military personnel. (Monday, July 20th, 2015 from 2:20 to 2:40 PM)

CPRC’s John Lott discussed the issue on the Lars Larson Show on Thursday, July 16th, 2015 from 7:20 to 7:30 PM

CPRC’s John Lott discussed the issue on the Larry Elder Show on Friday, July 17th, 2015 from 3:20 to 3:30 PM

CPRC’s John Lott discussed the issue on South Florida’s WFTL on Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

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CPRC on the Michigan Talk Radio Network

20 Jul , 2015  

CPRC’s John Lott talked to Steve Gruber on a variety of issues over the last several weeks

Tuesday, June 30th: Discussing what implications the Supreme Court’s Gay Marriage ruling might have for gun ownership

Wednesday, July 8th: City of Chicago suit against gun stores

Tuesday, July 14th: The new CPRC study on concealed handgun permits

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CPRC interviewed by Sinclair Broadcasting: “Chattanooga shooting reopens debate over military personnel regulations”

18 Jul , 2015  

Here is part of an article from the Sinclair Broadcast Group and WJLA in Washington, DC that quoted John Lott (both from his article at Fox News and the reporter interviewing him):

. . . “Army regulations are very clear stating that personnel cannot have firearms during their official duties,” Dr.

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CPRC interviewed by Real Clear Policy: “The Rise of Concealed Carry” UPDATE: Drudge Report Covers our results!

17 Jul , 2015  

Courtney Such, with Real Clear Policy, interviewed John Lott.  Their discussion starts here:

How many people are licensed to carry concealed guns in your state? The Crime Prevention Research Center has released a paper with the numbers, finding that the number of permit holders has risen 15.4 percent in the last year alone.

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CPRC on KSRO AM/FM radio to discuss “Murder Rates Down, Concealed Gun Permits Up”

15 Jul , 2015  


John Lott talked to the KSRO Morning News team (covering Sonoma County, California) to discuss the latest research on concealed handguns on Wednesday, July 15, 2015 from 11:32 to 11:40 AM EDT

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CPRC on WJR radio to discuss research on guns and crime

9 Jul , 2015  

John Lott talked to Frank Beckman about new claims and here on guns and crime (Thursday, July 9, 2015, 10:45 to 10:54 AM).

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CPRC on WMAL Mornings on the Mall to discuss the Obama Administration Report on Stopping Terrorist Attacks on Military Bases

3 Jul , 2015  

John Lott talked to Larry O’Connor and retired gunnery Sargent Jessie Jane Duff about the possibility of another mass public shooting at the Washington Navy Yard (Thursday, July 2nd, 2015 from 8:40 to 8:45 AM).  Lott primarily focuses in on the Obama administration report on these types of attacks that was released in March 2014.  …

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CPRC on Newsmax’s The Wrap on how to stop Mass Public Shootings

26 Jun , 2015   Video

John Lott was interviewed on The Daily Wrap’s co-hosts by Joe Concha and Rick Ungar about President Obama’s statements on the Charleston attack and how to stop these killings in the future (Tuesday, June 23, 2015 from 7:10 to 7:17 PM). A better copy of the video is available here.

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CPRC on Newsmax TV to discuss the push for more gun control

26 Jun , 2015  

The video of the interview is available here. Newsmax described the discussion this way:

Hillary Clinton’s call for more gun control in the wake of the South Carolina church massacre in which nine African Americans were shot dead by a white racist is the wrong approach, says John Lott, Jr., president of Crime Prevention Research Center.