What Can Happen When You Stand Your Ground: GRPC Part 5 – Episode #160

This episode we go back to audio from Gun Rights Policy Conference 2013 from September 28 in Houston Texas.

We start off with the panel:

What Can Happen When You Stand Your Ground:
Massad Ayoob, trustee, Second Amendment Foundation, author, founder, Lethal Force Institute
Chris Bird, author, Thank God I Had a Gun
Marty Hayes, JD, president, Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network

The Future of Second Amendment Litigation:
Alan Gura, Esq., litigator in DC v. Heller, and McDonald v. Chicago

But before we get into the audio  from GRPC I talk about listening to podcasts and the changes over the years and how we  connect. Also my new favorite mobile cross-platform podcasting application. Pocket cast

GRPC was recorded September 28, 2013 in Houston Texas. Thanks to Charles Heller for providing  us with the audio.

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Cooley Law Review Symposium 2013(Part 1) – Episode #159

Thomas M Cooley Law School does a annual law review on gun control and the Second Amendment. This year’s symposium was entitled “World Views Collide: A Panel of Experts Debate on Guns in America

Gun Rights Advocates Podcast was able to attend the symposium in Lansing Michigan on Thursday, October 24, 2013 and had permission to record and distribute this audio for those that were unable to attend.

You will find the link above to the audio that was recorded. This is only the first hour of the audio we will be releasing part two and part three in the coming weeks.

Symposium was Moderated by  Prof. William Wagner

Symposium Panelists:
William Wagner, Tenured Professor, Cooley Law School
Carol Bambery, NRA Board Member and General Counsel, IAFWA
Steve Dulan, Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners
David Hardy, Attorney & Former NRA Assistant General Counsel
Linda Brundage, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America
Craig Whitney, Author of Living with Guns
Jim Townsend, State Representative (Michigan)

Thank you to the Cooley Law Review for putting together such a great symposium and making it open to the public.

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