Dr. John Lott talked to One America News’ John Hines about the House Judiciary Committee’s voting on the Universal Background Check bill. Lott’s portion of the news segment starts at 1:59 in the video and goes to 2:19.
(February 13, 2019)
Dr. John Lott joined John Cardillo to talk about all the moves by Democrats to make it costly for law-abiding citizens to own guns. They discuss everything from universal background checks (background checks on the private transfer of guns) to waiting periods to get a gun.
(Tuesday, March 11, 2019, from 2:41 to 2:49 PM)
From the One America News Network:
New research from the Crime Prevention Research Center has demonstrated that more guns mean less crime. An increasing number of states are now enacting laws that make carrying firearms in public a reality.
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Dr. John Lott speaks with Dana Loesch about the real problems with universal background checks.
Dr. John Lott explains how gun-control laws such as universal background checks, can prevent the most vulnerable people from being able to protect themselves. Those most impacted are poor, law-abiding Americans living in high crime urban areas. Also discussed is the real possibility that a future democrat president could declare a national emergency to confiscate all guns.…
Dr. John Lott discusses Universal Background Check proposals with Dana Loesch and explains why these gun-control measures will not work.
Dr. John Lott joined Host Graham Ledger on One America News’ Daily Ledger to discuss Universal Background Checks and Red Flag Laws.
(Wednesday, February 13, 2019)
President of the Crime Prevention Research Center, John Lott, joins Dana to debunk the false information and cherry-picked statistics put out by Everytown for Gun Safety.
Dr. John Lott speaks with Dana about the problems with background checks and the truth about the background check bills currently before Congress. More information is available here.
(Thursday, February 7, 2019: 4:30pm)
Dr. John Lott explains poorly done studies supposedly linking gun ownership to youth suicide rates and how these studies are being used to saturate the public in order to convince people that they should be afraid to have guns.