Hour 1 - (Last Half Hour) Larry Pratt (Executive Director of Gun Owner's America) talks about Sandy Hook, preservation of the people's right to self defense, and 2nd Amendment issues in the wake of yet another shooting...
Hour 2 -- Larry Pratt (stays on for 2nd hour for 2 segments) - Freedom's Phoenix Headline News
Hour 3 -- Freedom's Phoenix Headline News
December 21st, 2012
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Executive Director of Gun Owner's of America
2012-12-21 Hour 1 Larry Pratt
(Executive Director of Gun Owner's of America)
Larry Pratt has been Executive Director of Gun Owners of America for over 30 years. GOA is a national membership organization of 300,000 Americans dedicated to promoting their Second Amendment freedom to keep and bear arms.
GOA lobbies for the pro-gun position in Washington, D.C. and is involved in firearm issues in the states. GOA's work includes providing legal assistance to those involved in lawsuits with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, the federal firearms law enforcement agency.
Pratt has appeared on numerous national radio and TV programs such as NBC's Today Show, CBS' Good Morning America, CNN's Crossfire and Larry King Live, Fox's Hannity and Colmes and many others. He has debated Congressman James Traficant, Jr. (D-OH), Charles Rangel (D-NY), Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY), Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), and Vice President Al Gore, among others. His columns have appeared in newspapers across the country.
He published a book, Armed People Victorious, in 1990 and was editor of a book, Safeguarding Liberty: The Constitution & Militias, 1995. His latest book, On the Firing Line: Essays in the Defense of Liberty was published in 2001.
Pratt has held elective office in the state legislature of Virginia, serving in the House of Delegates. Pratt directs a number of other public interest organizations and serves as the Vice-Chairman of the American Institute for Cancer Research.
Piers Morgan debating GOA Larry Pratt: