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Judicial Watch Special Presentation: ‘The Second Amendment under Attack’

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 11, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — Judicial Watch announced it will host a panel discussion: “The Second Amendment under Attack.” Panelists include Dr. John R. Lott, author of “More Guns, Less Crime;” Attorney Stephen P. Halbrook, author of “The Founder’s Second Amendment;” and Emily J. Miller, author of “Emily Gets Her Gun: But Obama Want to Take Yours.”

The panel will examine how the recent mass shootings by two mentally ill individuals in Sandy Hook and the Washington Navy Yard have emboldened the Obama administration and its allies to promote policies, through executive action and legislation, restricting certain Second Amendment rights of Americans. The panel of pro-Second Amendment experts will explore the efficacy and constitutionality of anti-gun actions at the federal and state level.
Date: Tuesday, October 15
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. ET
*Location: Judicial Watch, Main Conference Room, 425 Third Street SW, Washington, DC 20024
 
Confirmed Panelists:
Dr. John R. Lott Jr.
President, Crime Prevention Research Center
Author of “More Guns, Less Crime”
Attorney Stephen P. Halbrook
Represented a majority of members of Congress as amici curiae inDC v. Heller
Author of “The Founders’ Second Amendment”
Emily J. Miller
Senior Editor of the Washington Times Opinion Pages
Author of “Emily Gets Her Gun: But Obama Wants to Take Yours”
Moderator:
Tom Fitton
President, Judicial Watch
The event is free of charge and open to the press and the public.
A mult box will be available.
*(near NASA headquarters, one block from Southwest Federal Center Metro Station)
RSVP if attending jwevents@JUDICIALWATCH.ORG
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