Nationally-syndicated talk show host, author and filmmaker Larry Elder will speak during the 20th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference luncheon on Saturday, Sept. 24 at the Los Angeles LAX Marriott hotel.
The Sept. 23-25 conference will also feature appearances by National Rifle Association President Sandra Froman, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne La Pierre, Second Amendment Foundation President (SAF) Joe Tartaro and Alan Gottlieb, chairman of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA). The event is co-sponsored by SAF and CCRKBA, with support from other organizations.
This year’s keynote address will be delivered by Eugene Volokh, one of the nation’s leading experts on firearms regulations. A former clerk for retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Judge Alex Kozinski on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco, he teaches copyright and free speech law, the law of government and religion, and a seminar on firearms regulation policy at UCLA Law School.
Elder produced and stars in the documentary film Michael and Me, the story about his pursuit of liberal anti-gun filmmaker Michael Moore. The film spoofs Moore’s own movie, the highly criticized Bowling for Columbine and even mimics Moore’s production style. Elder, whose syndicated talk show airs on KABC in Los Angeles, is also a columnist with the Creators Syndicate.
“We’re thrilled that Larry Elder will be joining us for the conference,” Gottlieb stated. “He is a great speaker, an authority on gun rights, and certainly one of the nation’s leading on-air proponents for responsible firearms ownership and personal protection.”