View Full Version : Panel on CCW on College Campuses

12-29-2008, 12:39 AM
I hope this is not a repost. I did a cursory search and came up with nada.

So the liberal commie pinko MSM (C-SPAN) presents ...

"Handguns on College Campuses (http://www.c-spanarchives.org/library/index.php?main_page=product_video_info&products_id=280199-1&showVid=true)"

Flash is required for playback and the panel is 4hrs and 22mins long.


Students for Concealed Carry On Campus held its first national conference at the National Press Club. Michael Guzman made introductory remarks to the opening session in which Paul Helmke and John Lott debated gun-free zones. John Lott is the author of More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun-Control Laws (University Of Chicago Press) and The Bias Against Guns: Why Almost Everything You've Heard About Gun Control Is Wrong (Regnery Publishing). Paul Hempke is President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. Mr. Hempke and Mr. Lott responded to questions from the audience following their debate.

Andrew Dysart introduced the second academic segment. Three university professors talked about gun laws and statistics. David Mustard recounted the change in his pro-gun control beliefs as he researched the subject. Robert Cottroll argued that gun control advocates base their position on the second amendment's use of the word "militia," thus giving the responsibility of protection on a community defense rather than allowing individuals to defend themselves. Joyce Lee Malcolm presented a history of gun control in Great Britain.

In the state legislative panel, state representatives Jason Murphey (Oklahoma) and Ernest Wooten (Louisiana) talked about the concealed carry-on-campus legislation they have sponsored. Following their remarks they responded to questions from the audience. Alan Gottlieb moderated.

Alan Gottlieb introduced Alan Gura, the attorney who presented arguments to the U.S. Supreme Court on the D.C. gun ban case. Mr. Gura spoke about the Heller case and current second amendment litigation.

Journalists Ted Gest and Joe Tartaro spoke about the media bias against guns on campus. They were introduced by Katite Kasprzak.

Al Baker moderated a panel of students Andrew Dysart, Jeremy Schwab, and Ken Stanton for carrying guns on campus. Jeremy Schwab talked about his experience working with prisoners. From talking to inmates he learned that criminals are less likely to attack someone who might shoot them. Andrew Dysart talked about setting up a college campus group in favor of students carrying guns

Michael Guzman presented a student award, and then introduced a speech by G. Gordon Liddy before making closing remarks.

12-29-2008, 2:09 AM
Boy, that Brady f***tard needs to get this facts straight. I wonder if he's ever even held a gun at any time in his life.

Aleksei Vasiliev
12-29-2008, 3:19 AM
Wait, C-SPAN is "liberal media"? Doesn't C-SPAN basically air with almost no journalism at all, just live footage of various events and conferences?

12-29-2008, 9:53 AM
RIGHT ON! WOO HOO! This is excellent!