Saturday, February 2, 2019

Someone I Met in Louisville

Nikki Goeser works for Crime Prevention Research Center, John Lott's operation.  This book  tells how Tennessee's old concealed weapon permit law, by prohibiting licensees from being armed in restaurants that sell alcohol, put her at risk from a stalker who murdered her husband.  It is of course a tragic story, but she used that experience to lobby Tennessee and some other states to fix this broken idea in their concealed carry laws.  Go ahead; buy a copy.  She is much prettier than the cover photo suggests.

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