It’s not often that the People of the Gun have the chance to rub elbows with a certified Gun Hero, but if you’re free on Sunday, March 29, you’ll have the opportunity to dine with and hear Clayton Cramer and a phalanx of firearm-friendly speakers, all within shouting distance of America’s best-looking attorney general. And you have the Firearms Policy Coalition and the Calguns Foundation to thank. Press release after the jump . . .
Sacramento, CA – Firearms Policy Coalition and The Calguns Foundation have announced a special dinner and education event featuring noted Second Amendment historian Clayton E. Cramer, who will give his talk The Racist Roots of Gun Control.
Cramer will be joined at the March 29 event by firearms law and policy experts including noted civil rights attorneys Donald Kilmer and Bradley Benbrook, Calguns Foundation Chairman Gene Hoffman, and Firearms Policy Coalition President Brandon Combs. Speakers will be taking questions from the audience following the talks.
Tickets for the event, which can be purchased at FPC’s website, are $60 per person and include a filet of beef, chicken, or salmon dinner. College, university, and law school students can purchase tickets at a reduced rate of $30 per person.
Event: The Past, Present, and Future of Second Amendment Policy and Litigation — A Special Evening with Historian Clayton E. Cramer and Friends
Date: March 29, 2015
Time: 5:30 p.m. guest check-in & mixer; dinner 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (or until Q&A concluded)
Speakers and topics will include:
- Historian Clayton E. Cramer: The Racist Roots of Gun Control
- Attorney Donald Kilmer: Gun Violence Restraining Orders and the Growing Problem of Constitutional Conflicts in Public Policy
- Attorney Bradley Benbrook: Firearms-area Litigation and Emerging Second Amendment Jurisprudence
- Attorney Stephen Duvernay: Active litigation case updates
- The Calguns Foundation Chairman Gene Hoffman: The Minimum Necessary Right to Keep and Bear Arms – What, Why, and How We’re Doing So Far
- FPC President Brandon Combs: What to Expect In and From Firearms Policy and Litigation Going Forward
Firearms Policy Coalition (firearmspolicy.org) is a nonprofit civil rights advocacy organization that serves its members and the public through legal efforts, direct and grassroots lobbying, education, and technology. FPC’s mission is to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and the inalienable, fundamental, individual right to keep and bear arms.
The Calguns Foundation (calgunsfoundation.org) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that serves its members, supporters, and the public through educational, cultural, and judicial efforts to advance Second Amendment and related civil rights.