WE GO LIVE TO THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION
JOHN R. LOTT, Economist, World-Recognized Expert On Guns, Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) President, and Author is our guest to discuss the GOP convention, plus his pieces on the filibuster, the 2020 election and the future of gun ownership, defunding police while simultaneously limiting gun rights.
Westwood One News Correspondent BOB COSTANTINI also joins us live with the details.
We also get analysis from FH BUCKLEY, Foundation Professor at George Mason University’s Scalia School of Law, Author and Columnist.
FRANK BUCKLEY teaches at Scalia Law School. He is a senior editor at the American Spectator and a columnist for the New York Post, and has written for numerous other publications including the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Modern Age, National Review, the American Conservative, the New Criterion, Real Clear Politics, the National Post (Canada) and the Telegraph (UK). His most recent book is “The Republican Workers Party: How the Trump Victory Drove Everyone Crazy, and Why It Was Just What We Needed.” [Publisher: Encounter Books (September 4, 2018)]
Westwood One News Correspondent CLAYTON NEVILLE Is live from Dallas to discuss the .
MARK HERRERA, Director of Education & Life Safety at IAVM in Dallas/Fort Worth joins us to discuss hurricane preparedness/Hurricane Laura.
MARK HERRERA is the Director of Education for the International Association of Venue Managers. As part of his duties, Mark teaches Situational Awareness-Mindset training aimed at giving venues the tools to be safer and more secure. The training emphasizes on Exceptional Focus, Performance, and Control in Extreme Situations. In addition, as the Director of Education for IAVM, Mark represents the Department of Homeland Security Office of Infrastructure Protection through the Public Assembly Facility Sub-Sector Council. As a representative of the Public Assemblies Facilities Sub-Sector Council he works in collaboration with the Department of Homeland Security and the Protective Security Advisor to assure that information is provided to protect our Public Facility Assemblies and all Critical Infrastructures. Mark is also on the National Fire Protection Association Technical Advisory Committee for Assembly Occupancies. Herrera is also a seasoned law enforcement officer and trainer, having spent twenty years with the Hobbs, NM, Police Department in numerous roles including Patrol Officer, Detective for the Gang and Narcotics unit, Supervisor of the Crime Prevention Division, Field Training Officer, Honor Guard Commander, and Entry Team Leader and Tactical Sergeant for a Special Operations Unit known as S.W.A.T.