This week The Havok Journal owner Charlie Faint steps in to cover for me while I was traveling and wifi was sketchy at best. His guests were Greg Drobny and Kevin Wilson – who moves into the lead as our most regular guest for those keeping score. The topic this week was all things guns, an episode I was sorry to miss.
Charlie really stepped up this week. He found out he was solo hosting about three minutes before going live. So the least I can do is fill in a few details, like who, exactly, our guests were.
Greg Drobnyis a former Airborne Infantryman, PSYOP Team Chief, political consultant, professional mil blogger, and is Code Platoon’s Student Outreach Coordinator. He holds a BA in history, a Masters of Science in organizational psychology, and is currently pursuing an MA in history.
Kevin Wilson is a 13 year veteran of the North Carolina Army National Guard where he spent time in Syria blowing up ISIS, as well as Kuwait and Egypt. He also works with Right to Bear, a group working to bring responsible firearm ownership to communities traditionally neglected by mainstream gun culture.
Since I’m chafing at missing the episode, I’ll make a few points that I would have made if I’d been on. Greg states that violent felons and Lautenberg Amendment violators should be barred from owning weapons. I’d quibble with the adjective “violent” and say that any felon should be barred from owning weapons. Remember, drug dealers, sex traffickers, and Al Capone are not considered “violent” since none are/were busted for violent acts. But no one should have any illusions about whether or not they are/were actually violent or deserving of gun rights.