On Wednesday, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed back rocker and activist Ted Nugent for his candid perspectives on gun control in relation to the Trayvon Martin case.
While cautioning the public against forming an opinion without all the facts, the conservative columnist did describe a general concern about having one's own firearm turned against them:
"Those of us that are armed, we have a responsibility to keep that new assault from taking our weapon, because if the assault escalates to that degree, certainly the fist can go into a deadly situation if they get ahold of the gun-bearer's gun," warned the musician. "If it wasn't for back-up guns in law enforcement and in civilian hands often times...the person getting beat up is killed with his own gun. So let's not dismiss that reality."
Meanwhile, last night host Piers Morgan also invited Stedman Graham onto the program for a discussion on equality and identity, and the concept of creating one's own path:
"We're in the 21st century today, this is a period of ownership. It's a period of self-development. It's a period of self-leadership. It's a period of entrepreneurship," said Oprah Winfrey's partner and the author of Identity: Your Passport to Success. "The basis of that, is being able to have an identity which allows you to again work on your talents, work on your skills, work on your passions, focus on what you love. And there's no better time than the time we live in today to be able to do that."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as both guests share their insights and opinions on how to focus on "Keeping America Great."