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John Lott Destroys CNN's Soledad O'Brien on Gun Free Zones

SageAdvice68 Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 7:24 AM
BTW folks....The list is beginning to form.... Cheaper than Dirt and D!!ck's Sporting Goods have already started.... Very similar to what Smith and Wesson did back in the 90's with the "TinyWeenie" Clinton gun grabbing gang. Dropped their pants and bent over like a breech loading bird gun, rather than standing with real Americans. I sold the two Smith's I had in my collection back then and will never own another Smith....ever! I have bought a lot of stuff from Cheaper than Dirt, but I threw out their catalog last night and will never walk through their doors down at McKinney again. I will admit I have never been in Pudsucker's Sporting Goods.
Basset Hound Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 8:36 AM
My husband also shops at Cheaper than Dirt. I hope they get a backlash for caving.

However, he was willing to forgive Smith and Wesson.
Lance8762 Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 7:32 AM
I can understand what you're sayin' on the S&W thing Sage, but I gotta tell ya, my newest 1911 (2011) is a Smith, and it's one of the best I've ever had. I wanted a Kimber (over rated, but still), but you can't buy one in MA (It's "on the list" ????). I'm stock pilin' ammo, and my bud that reloads is becoming a very busy guy!

Mass shootings in the United States have at least one thing in common: they all happen in in gun free zones. Yesterday economist and author of More Guns Less Crime John Lott went on CNN with anchor Soledad O'Brien to discuss why mass shootings occur in gun free zones. O'Brien as usual, wasn't interested in factual data Lott was presenting and continually cut him off as he was making his points.

John Lott, the gun advocate who recently had a heated encounter with Piers Morgan, spoke to Soledad O'Brien on Monday morning — continuing to make his pro-gun...