Skip to comments.Virginia's John Lott (More Guns, Less Crime) to debate Colin Goddard - 8/8/11@Noon
Posted on 08/07/2011 8:30:18 AM PDT by marktwain
On August 8th, Students for Concealed Carry are supposed to have a national convention in DC. The main liaison for the group dropped the ball and didn't do his job coordinating things. As a result, the convention is in desperate need to get a lot more bodies at the convention than we are currently looking to get. We should have at least 100 and we are at only about 40, and I am not completely sure that is for certain. Are there any college age or 20-something or even 30 something people who you know who could attend? At this point, we would be thrilled to get anyone of any age. Thanks very much for any help that you can provide.
National Convention for Students for Concealed Carry Where: National Press Club Ballroom When: noon until 4:30 PM, August 8th, 2011
Introductory remarks by Dan Crocker (SCC president) 5 minutes
Personal experiences panel -- Crime and College Campuses 25 minutes Amanda Carpenter (10-12 minutes) Nicole Goeser (10-12 minutes)
Debate 50 minutes Colin Goddard, Brady Campaign John Lott, author More Guns, Less Crime
Panel by academics 45 minutes Joyce Lee Malcolm at GMU (12 minutes) Bob Cottrol at GWU (12 minutes) Nelson Lund GMU (12 minutes) Questions from audience
Survey of Legal Issues 25 minutes Introduction by Alan Gottlieb (president of the SAF) (5 minutes) Alan Gura (20 minutes)
Legislative panel 45 minutes Senator Jeff Wentworth (Texas) (12 minutes) Rep. Evan Wynn (Wisconsin) (12 minutes) Rep. Erik Simpson (Idaho) (12 minutes) Questions from audience
Student Activism panel 25 minutes Clayton Smith from Tarrant County College Sara Adler from Connecticut
Student Lobbying Panel 30 minutes Adrienne O'Reilly from Oklahoma Blake Rupard from Texas Al Baker from Idaho
Awards to Outstanding Students 15 mintues Alan Gottlieb (president of the SAF) Dan Crocker (SCC president)
Closing remarks 5 minutes
Admission FREE but please let firstname.lastname@example.org know you are coming with a short e-mail (how many people)
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