MANDALAY: IF GUN-GRABBERS WANT TO CONTROL SOMETHING THEY SHOULD CONTROL THEIR MOUTH (Guest Alan Gottlieb is in Pacific Time)

Regardless how loudly liberals scream that conservatives must not use the Mandalay Massacre to exploit their argument for self-defense, these same liberals already exploited the tragedy in calling for a ban on guns. If it weren’t for double standards, the Left might have no standards at all. They ignore the fact that even Obama’s Center for Disease Control in 2013 showed that guns were used up to 100 times more frequently to save lives than to take one.

 

Alan Gottlieb is founder of the Second Amendment Foundation and is available to be your Talk Show interview guest on the topic of The Mandalay Massacre.

 

Regarding the liberal calls for gun control after the massacre, Gottlieb bluntly stated, “If the gun grabbers want to control something they should control themselves and their mouths. This tragedy was unpreventable.”

 

 

ABOUT ALAN GOTTLIEB…

 

Dynamic and articulate are two accurate descriptions of Alan Gottlieb, founder of the Second Amendment Foundation.

Alan is a Nuclear Engineering graduate of the University of Tennessee and has attended the Institute on Comparative Political & Economic Systems at Georgetown University.

He is recognized as a member of the working press, maintaining active membership in the Outdoor Writers Association of America. His articles have appeared in periodicals including USA Today, Seattle Times, Washington Post, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, San Francisco Examiner, Cincinnati Inquirer, Orlando Sentinel, and Chicago Tribune.

Alan is the Publisher of Gun Week and The Gottlieb-Tartaro Report. He is the Chairman of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, Founder of the Second Amendment Foundation, serves on the Board of Directors of the American Conservative Union, President of the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, President of the American Political Action Committee and President of NoInternetTax.org.

His handiwork has received notice in the New York Times, Washington Post, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Time, People, Rolling Stone, National Review and Outside magazine.

Alan has received the prestigious Golden Eagle Award from the American Federation of Police, and was commended by the Kentucky House of Representatives for his “outstanding leadership in preserving our American heritage of freedom.” He is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who in American Politics.

Alan has appeared on over 3,700 TV and radio talk shows, including the McNeil-Lehrer News Hour, ABC’s 20/20, The Michael Reagan Show, PBS All Things Considered, CNN Crossfire, Fox TV’s Crier Report, NBC Today Show, The O’Reilly Factor, ESPN, Larry King Live, CNN Special Reports, Hannity & Combs, CNN All Politics, Fox News Channel and Good Morning America.

Alan is President of Merril Associates, a noted direct-response advertising agency specializing in direct mail, fund raising and public relations. He is also President of Merril Press, a non-fiction book publishing company.

Alan is also President of radio stations KBNP in Portland, Oregon, KITZ in Seattle, Washington, KGTK in Olympia, Washington, and KSBN in Spokane, Washington and former Chairman of the Talk America Radio Network and former President of the Universal Talk Network.

In addition, Alan is the author of seventeen books, including Politically Correct Guns, Trashing the Economy and She Took a Village: The Unauthorized Biography of Hillary Clinton, Alan Gottlieb’s Celebrity Address Book, Double Trouble: Daschle and Gephart Capitol Hill Bullies, and Gun Rights Affirmed, America Fights Back: Armed Self-defense in a Violent Age and These Dogs Don’t Hunt: The Democrats’ War on Guns.

CONTACT: To set up an interview with Alan Gottlieb contact Jerry McGlothlin of Special Guests at: 919-365-6149 or jerry@specialguests.com

NOTE: Due to the extreme demand, Mr. Gottlieb is only available for national interviews this week.

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