While some in Milwaukee and elsewhere were handing out ribbons, one university professor, David McGrath, has an alternative suggestion.
Professor David McGrath says he's willing to pack a loaded pistol in class if gun laws change. He feels it's his responsibility to protect his students at the University of South Alabama at any cost - even his own life. David talks to Dick Gordon about why he believes training teachers to use guns on campus may give students a better chance of surviving a shooting.
McGrath is not an NRA spokesman. McGrath was previously known for his skepticism regarding Wisconsin State Representative Frank Lasee's proposal to arm school teachers. After three major incidents at universities in two years, McGrath changed his mind. You'll want to listen to his story as he discusses the reactions of students and faculty to his proposal, as well as his own limited experience with guns. Regardless of whether you agree with him, the thoughtfulness of McGrath definitely makes it a radio interview good enough for commercials.