Audio from NRA Executive Vice President & CEO Wayne LaPierre at CPAC March 6, 2014

This audio was recorded from the live stream by the host of the Gun Rights Advocates Podcast. We hope you enjoy it.



Register for Gun Rights Policy Conference 2014

Just an early reminder that the FREE 29th Gun Rights Policy Conference will be held in Chicago Illinois this year at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The dates for this conference will be September 26, 27th, and 28th 2014.

If you listen to my podcast at all you know I’m a huge fan of GRPC. Had the opportunity to speak at two of the last conferences and would just like to encourage all of you to preregister.

If you’re serious gun rights advocates than this is the one conference you need to be at this year. The last conference in Chicago Illinois set all kinds of attendance records for the conference. And we need to make it bigger and better this year.

Click on the link below to sign up today! I will see you at GRPC 2014

Gun Rights Policy Conference ← Second Amendment Foundation.


What Happened To GRRN?

A couple weeks prior to February 28, 2014 I announced that I would be shutting down the Gun Rights Radio Network.

GRRN Album Art

There are a few reasons why I decided to shut down the network but the main reason is that I feel that I accomplished the goal that I originally set out for the network. That was to promote and encourage others to do gun related shows. That has happened there are many amateur and professional podcasts available with gun related topics. When I started this podcast “Gun Rights Advocates Podcast” there was none. Today there are more than I can count.

So, what has happened to the podcasts that were on the network? Well all the podcasts are still available in the same way you listen to them before. With the exception of the Bar Stool Discussion which was hosted on GRRN server. Liberal Gun Corner  was also hosted on the same server but Cowboys T is working on setting up on his own server so it should be back operational shortly.

GRRN discussion forums was also a casualty in shutting down the network. There will be no sadness there for me because it was a big pain in my backside. Originally when I chose the software I had no idea that membership would grow like it did. The software was out-of-date at the time I started using it but it was free. There was all kinds of bugs created in the database, database errors and no clear easy upgrade path to something else that worked better. So no sadness for me to see it go.

Will continue to do this podcast when I have time. Also will be on twitter, Facebook, Google+ and all the other social networks that you can find me on.

Still wake up every day and say what can I do to protect the Second Amendment today.

Thank you to everyone who supported me in the past with encouraging emails and financial support for the network. Thank you to everyone who also behind the scenes helped me in every small way that you have. Over the years there’s been so many people that have helped out that made the network what it was. But special thanks goes out to the podcasters that devoted their time to put out some of the best shows on the Internet. I really appreciated working with all of you, meeting with you at conferences and rallies around the country.

Just remember it’s not about guns, it’s about freedom.


Award Luncheon Hosted By Tom Gresham: GRPC Part 6 – Episode #162

This episode is the award ceremony at GRPC 2013 that was hosted by Tom Gresham from Gun Talk Radio.

Next GRPC will be held September 2014 in Chicago. Check the Second Amendment Foundation’s website for details for this free conference



Cooley Law Review Symposium 2013(Part 2) – Episode #161

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. [1]

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.” [2]

This is a link to a very good article after the symposium. includes a picture of all the participants.

Gun Control and Rights Experts Debate at Symposium  [1] [2]

Cooley Law Review 2013