Self Defense


People who don’t anything about guns, gun crimes, gun policy, and the use of guns for self defense are telling other Americans what’s best for them. Is the current gun control debate stigmatizing the act of explaining the truth? Has this turned more into a culture war than a policy debate? Writer at National Review, David French joins Dan and Scot to discuss.

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Ever feel like you’re being followed but don’t know what to do? Do you have a plan in case of a home invasion or carjacking? Former CIA Officer and author of “Survive Like a Spy: Real CIA Operatives Reveal How They Stay Safe in a Dangerous World and How You Can Too,” Jason Hanson joins Dan and Amy to discuss ways to protect yourself that you might not have thought about before. 

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Destigmatizing Gun Ownership For Women

There have been 391 homicides in Chicago to date in 2017. That is 4 more than this point last year, when violent crime in the city reached a level not seen in decades. Part of self-defense is understanding firearms and ammunition. Why are there so many women fearful of firearms as a self-defense mechanism? How does Lynn Dunagan and "The Ladies of Steel Gun Club" aim to change the stigma around firearms and self-defense? Can informed and trained, law-abiding citizens help to reduce crime in their community? Dunagan joins Dan and Amy to discuss her mission and her work in Chicago.