Jeff Knox is the Director of The Firearms Coalition and founder of GunVoter.org. He is a second generation rights activist, following in the footsteps of his father, gun rights legend, Neal Knox, who spent 40 years in the trenches of the gun rights battle. Jeff is a regular columnist for Ammoland and Firearms News (formerly Shotgun News), as well as a contributor to a variety of other print and online publications. He also oversees production of a regular newsletter called the Hard Corps Report, and, along with his brother Chris, maintains FirearmsCoalition.org and GunVoter.org, as well as corresponding pages on Facebook.
Theme: Glancing Back & Moving Forward
Hour #1 Guest: Rob Morse of the SlowFacts Blog, with the slogan “Fast opinions come and go. Here are the slow facts.” Rob is a retired Nuclear Engineer, who likes to say “I used to design nuclear reactors for fun and money. Then I designed high energy lasers. Lately I’ve designed optical sights and communications arrays for a defense contractor.” And he is also a regular presence as co-host on the Polite Society Podcast where we support and report on civilian self-defense. He’s contributed to Kenn Blanchard’s Black Man with a Gun Podcast, and sometimes on Lock and Load Radio and Armed American Radio. Rob gives us the Good News as we wrap up 2015.
Hour #2 Guest: Jeff Knox of The Knox Update and The Firearms Coalition. Jeff has spent his life in the fight to protect our freedoms, growing up as the son of Neal Knox, Jeff and his brother Chris have taken the torch and continue to fight for uncompromised 2A Rights. Jeff writes a regular news-opinion column published in “Shotgun News” magazine and other on-line and print outlets. He manages and maintains blogs at www.FirearmsCoalition.org and www.GunVoter.org. And he coordinates with numerous grassroots and national, regional, and local organizations. Jeff Lobbies members of Congress, state legislatures, and local officials, and appears on radio and television programs speaking about individual rights. Jeff forecasts what some of the challenges are that await us in the year 2016.