This episode was recorded end of August beginning in September 2014. I had been so busy but I have not had time to post this episode until Charlie Foxtrot requested for Christmas loaded new episode of the bar stool discussion be posted. That podcast no longer exists except in the archives but this recording that Doc Wesson and myself recorded is as close is going to get.
Hope you all enjoy. Hope you all had a Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2015.
In this episode of the Gun Rights Advocates Podcast I bring you part two of the Cooley Law Review Symposium from Thursday, October 24, 2013.
The first speaker you will hear is Linda Brundage.
Linda Brundage is the founder and chapter lead of the mid-Michigan chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, formed in December 2012. The organization, which now has chapters in every state in the United States, advocates for required background checks on all gun purchases, as well as bans on assault weapons and online sales. 
Second speaker you’ll hear from Steve Dulan.
Dulan, a former U.S. Army Infantry sergeant and a civilian military rifle instructor, commented, “We all want the world to be a safer place; we just disagree on how to get there. It’s the oldest public policy debate in history.” 
This is a link to a very good article after the symposium. includes a picture of all the participants.