MANDEVILLE, LA --(Ammoland.com)- It’s a reaction to Wednesday’s Ft. Hood shooting from a military parent, examining how the Brady Law has failed in its 20 years, and more, this week on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting
After hearing about the most recent attack at Ft. Hood on April 2nd Prevention Research Center, (http://crimepreventionresearchcenter.org/), wrote an article about how he feels soldiers should be allowed to be armed on military bases.
John Lott stops by this week to discuss his experience as a parent of a Ft. Hood soldier – his son is currently stationed there. Read the article here: http://tiny.cc/imlrdx, and read more from John at Fox News, or at his website, (http://johnrlott.blogspot.com/)
Jeff Knox of The Firearms Coalition, (http://firearmscoalition.org/) recently wrote an article about Anniversary of the passage of the “Brady Law” – background checks at gun shops – arguing that the last twenty years have actually been a failure, and not a success, and the Brady Campaign claims. He visits on Sunday to discuss this, and more of the latest news.
Read his article here: www.ammoland.com/2014/03/twenty-years-of-brady-law-failure/
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