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Thread: Alan Gura on the Glenn Beck show

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    Last night Alan Gura, the attorney who won the Heller case, was on Glenn Beck's show. You can see it here... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSfBD89wQZ4


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    Didn't let Gura talk enough.

    I mean it was an ok interview, and I liked they brought up the cronyism bit, but I really feel that Beck is much less of a substantive speaker than Alan Gura, I mean he is a commentator and an agitator and what not, but Gura is a legit con law attorney.

    Also I guess I don't like it when Glen Beck screams at me when I'm trying to drink my coffee in the car.
    Good post.

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    They all talk too much! I guess that's why they have their shows. Yeah, wasn't any sort of ground breaking interview, but at least someone was talking about it.
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