Research Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of Gun Control in the Third Reich, was interviewed on the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) about gun registration laws in Germany after World War I. These laws were eventually used by the Nazi party to disarm Jews and others they deemed Enemies of the State. Halbrook, a constitutional lawyer who has argued Second Amendment cases in front of the Supreme Court, says our protections against such actions should be recognized and appreciated while we learn from history.
Research Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of Gun Control in the Third Reich spoke with Brett and Jon Rappaport on their radio show, The Final Say. Halbrook describes the conditions in Germany in the 1930s that lead to first gun registration, and then gun confiscation from Jews and other Enemies of the State.
Senior Fellow John R. Graham appeared on WTPL radios "Bulldog Live" to talk about the "Healthcare Contract with America" which would replace Obamacare with a free market system. Graham also talks about the "6 Reasons why Obamacare will fail" pointing out the short comings of the current so-called Affordable Care Act.
Mary Theroux, Senior Vice President at the Independent Institute, is interviewed by Bob Weeks of WichitaLiberty TV. Mary reflects on the
accomplishments of her father's life as told in the book Willard Garvey: An Epic Life authored by Maura McEnaney.
Gun Control in the Third Reich author and Research Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook appeared on the "Joyce Kaufman Show" on Miami's WFTL radio. Halbrook shares his extensive knowledge of the history of disarming Jews and other "Enemies of the State" in the 1930s. The author talks about other examples of gun control laws and Supreme Court cases he has worked on where the Bill of Rights protects the right of US citizens to bear arms.
On the 75th anniversary of "Kristallnacht," Research Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of Gun Control in the Third Reich appears on American Family Radios "Today's Issues" show. Halbrook talks about what lead to gun registration laws and ultimately gun confiscation in 1930s Germany.