USA – The Crime Research Prevention Center has just released a new study showing that even liberal academics are turning pro-gun ownership.
Dr. Lott also testified this past week before The TN Senate Judiciary Committee on the dangers of gun-free zones and the benefits of concealed carry in self defense.
The video of that testimony (provided below) is well worth watching. Crime Research Prevention Center has op-eds at The National Review, Knoxville News Sentinel, Investor's Business Daily and Fox News Opinion. Dr. Lott also appeared on The Dana Show, Steve Gruber Show and more.
- CPRC's testimony before the Tennessee Senate Judiciary Committee on four bills dealing with eliminating gun-free zones
- CPRC in the News: Coverage of our Testimony before the Tennessee State Senate
- CPRC at Investor's Business Daily: “Even Liberal Academics Are Turning Pro-Gun Ownership”
- CPRC at Fox News Opinion: Concealed carry permits help police officers and civilians stay in the fight
- CPRC Op-ed in the Knoxville News Sentinel: “Gun-free zones increase danger for the public”
- Yet more evidence that terrorists pick gun-free zones to attack
- New CPRC Study:Comparing the views of Economists and Criminologists on gun control
- Concealed handgun permit holder in upper Darby, Pennsylvania saves officer from mob attack
- CPRC on the Steve Gruber Show (Michigan Talk Network): 4th Circuit Court of Appeals striking down Maryland's ban on semi-automatic rifles and large capacity magazines
- 4th Circuit Court of Appeals strikes down semi-automatic weapons and high capacity magazines banned by Maryland's Firearms Safety Act, seems destined to reach the Supreme Court
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The Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) is a research and education organization dedicated to conducting academic quality research on the relationship between laws regulating the ownership or use of guns, crime, and public safety; educating the public on the results of such research; and supporting other organizations, projects, and initiatives that are organized and operated for similar purposes. Visit: www.crimepreventionresearchcenter.org