Alan Gottlieb

Founder, Second Amendment Organization

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Founder of the Second Amendment Organization, a national pro-gun-rights organization headquartered in Seattle, Washington; author of many books on gun rights, including These Dogs Don’t Hunt: The Democrats War on Guns and the forthcoming Assault on Weapons: The Campaign to Eliminate Your Guns, due next month

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Since the deadly  mass shooting in Tucson , three high school students  have been shot  near Los Angeles and a gunman killed two police officers in Miami.

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