Nikki Goeser was interviewed by Valerie Richardson for the Washington Times. Here is part of the piece:
“I’m trying to educate people about the dangers of red-flag laws,” Ms. Goeser told The Washington Times. “A lot of people seem to be for them, but there’s a lot that the everyday citizen doesn’t think about.
Nikki Goeser’s new book, “Stalked and Defenseless,” generated two different news stories at Fox News.
Nikki Goeser, whose husband was shot and killed by her stalker at a restaurant, said on Wednesday that gun control laws prevented her from defending herself and her husband.
Deseret News, October 16, 2019
John Lott, founder and president of the Virginia-based Crime Prevention Research Center, told the committee red flag laws are not useful in preventing gun violence, including suicide. Only one of the 17 states that have such a law mentions mental illness, he said.
It’s not true that guns are the most successful way of committing suicide, listing other methods that he said are just as lethal.
US News & World Report, September 17, 2019
Banning all guns, including concealed weapons, would affect a significantly higher number of people, says Dave Workman, communications director for the Second Amendment Foundation and a senior editor for the group’s publication, Gunmag.com. About 17 million Americans have concealed carry permits, according to a tally from the pro-gun Crime Prevention Research Center.
Fox News has a news story about our latest report on the number of concealed handgun permits continuing to grow:
Even as the topic of gun control continues to remain a focus in the Democratic 2020 presidential primary, more Americans than ever are believed to have obtained concealed carry permits.
In a report released this week, the Crime Prevention Research Center says there are now nearly 19 million Americans with permits to carry a concealed handgun – an increase of 1.4 million, or about 8 percent – from around this time last year.
Apparently even great baseball players follow what we do here at the Crime Prevention Research Center. At the Gun Rights Policy Conference in Phoenix, Baseball Great Curt Schilling referenced Crime Prevention Research Center study in talk.
(Saturday, September 21, 2019)
Newsweek, September 2, 2019
Former Texas congressman and 2020 presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke demanded Capitol Hill politicians enact stricter gun control laws rather than offer “thoughts and prayers” during an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday. . . .
“We need to buy back every single assault weapon,” he later added in a tweet.
The Daily Wire and Twitchy are two places that gave our new video on media coverage attention.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Instagram announced the new Portuguese translation of Dr. John Lott’s book, The War on Guns. We don’t have a link to the Portuguese translation.
The quote from the book goes as follows: “Possessing a weapon is undoubtedly the most effective means for protecting oneself against criminals.…
Dr. John Lott’s talk in Mexico last fall was again given national news coverage in Mexico. Here is the translation provided by Twitter (you can see the original post here (it probably wouldn’t hurt to encourage more of this coverage by retweeting their link)):
Not only large criminal corporations have enormous capacity for fire and resources, but also ordinary criminals.