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Episode 153: Mom Pulls Gun In Fight Over School Supplies

Topic:  Mom Pulls Gun In Fight Over School Supplies

Riley and Jacob cover this week's stories from legislative updates to our usual JUSTIFIED story segments. This week in the news, Indiana is looking at considering permitless or constitutional carry, the American Bar Association has recommended that all 50 states pass laws permitting gun confiscation in the case of “Extreme Risk Protection Orders.” Sacramento, CA is considering spending $1.5 million in a special program to reward some of the worst young criminals for not committing crimes. Oh, and you're not going to want to miss the crazy story where one mother draws a gun on two women to stop a fight that started over who was going to take home the last of the school supplies. Hit the ‘PLAY' button and listen in now!!

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One Response to Episode 153: Mom Pulls Gun In Fight Over School Supplies

  1. Larry September 7, 2017 at 5:46 pm #

    I just listened to the podcast “mom pulls a gun in fight over school supplies.” You started the story by mentioning that the headline from the liberal media was misleading, and you were right. You then told the story about how a women pulled her firearm because her daughter was being beaten by two other women over the school supplies. After the story you sided with; it was the wrong decision. You stated that maybe the mother should have more training, or learn to fight because her daughter was not in a life threatening situation. My mother has a concealed carry permit, but she is 82 years old. She is not going to take a class in MMA to learn how to put somebody in a arm bar. So in this case should she just stand there and wait for her daughter to get boot stomped in the head by these two other women before she should do something?
    In the story’s like these you really need to play devils advocate. Because with your credentials you would be considered a professional, and the statement you made about this women by saying she was wrong could be used against her. When maybe after all the facts she was justified.

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