The Real Face of Gun Violence — on The Glazov Gang


Don’t miss this special episode of The Glazov Gang in which Larry Elder, a New York Times best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio talk show host, and Dwight Schultz, a Hollywood actor who played Murdock on NBC’s The-A-Team, discuss The Real Face of Gun Violence in America. The discussion was founded on Larry’s new riveting memoir, Dear Father, Dear Son: Two Lives…Eight Hours. [To read Larry Elder's Frontpage interview about Dear Father, Dear Son, click here.]

Watch both segments of the two-part Glazov Gang series below:

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  • lynda

    I,too, can't get rid of many of the images in his book. The nobility and strength and basic decency of his beloved father.I read it in one sitting over Christmas and I feel enlarged as a person because of it. It'll take a masterful actor to portray all the nuances of this exceptional man. My heart was so touched.

  • JacksonPearson

    Larry Elder is truely a stand up person. He seldom beats around the bush, and calls it like he sees it. I wish there were more radio talk show hosts like him.

  • Parenthetical Phrase

    I loved watching this. I can't wait to read the book.

  • xios

    "We now know that fathers are important"- Al Gore to a women's group during the 2000 campaign. That must have come as some kind of shock to him…

    • Questions

      Why would you think Gore was shocked? For one thing, as a father to several grown children, he's known this first-hand for many years. For another, in his speech he simply was referring the voluminous research pointing toward fatherhood, as a general rule, as necessary to the functioning of societies.

  • UCSPanther

    To admit that Dads do matter, is to admit that feminism has failed.

    • Questions

      No it doesn't. It's simply to admit that dads, like moms, do matter. Many feminists happen to be moms as well.

      • UCSPanther

        To elaborate, I'm referring to the type of feminism that basically has the attitude: "Men?! We don't need no stinkin' men!"

  • JacksonPearson

    "Why the Left Hates to Admit that Dads Matter"
    A Mother and Father matter, because they're both needed to start a family.
    Blessed are the children that love and cherish their Mother's and Father's, and Blessed are the Parents that love and cherish their children. Without a family to love, and be loived, a person wouldn't have very much.

  • Bob Norton

    Larry is right in saying that the #1 social problem in America is fatherlessness. What he did not mention is that the #1 cause of fatherlessness is divorce judges who still award up to 91% sole custody. This increases social problems 14,600% according to research and is the absolute worst situation for children, proven by hundreds of studies. Why? Because the federal government, under SSA Title IVD pays all 50 states kickbacks on child support collected. This has caused policies of awarding sole custody to maximize child support. This is a truly evil system, drive by money and an average of $78,000 custody battle, encouraged by lawyers and judges for profit. See. http://www.BestInterestOfChildren.org and http://www.FathersUnite.org for more facts on this crisis which is destroying children, society and the institution of marriage. The solution: Equal parenting laws by default in divorce. Stop paying divorce lawyers and mediate a solution for both parents to stay in their children's lives equally.

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