As the "Guns in America" debate continues to polarize the nation, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes another series of compelling voices to share their insights and perspectives on the country's most hot-button issue.
Returning to the CNN airwaves, Dana Loesch will join host Piers Morgan to present her arguments against a potential firearm ban.
Well-known for her right-wing views, Loesch has used previous appearances to critique Mitt Romney during his run for the Republican presidential nomination, and also provide her opinion as to the relevance of an unearthed Barack Obama video from his days at Harvard.
Despite often sharing different opinions than those of Morgan, this week Loesch took to the social media micro-blogging service Twitter to confirm their civil coexistence:
For the record, @piersmorgan and I have always been friendly, even though I think he's so wrong on this issue and we argue on Twitter.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) January 16, 2013
On a day which has seen the president sign off on more than 20 executive actions on gun control, the host will use his evening program to welcome back a woman who likened such initiatives to that of a tyrant, insisting that such notions are precisely why Americans should be allowed to own assault weapons.
As part of Tuesday's live audience, town-hall style show, Scottie Hughes insisted that she has "the right to be able to own a gun just in case."
In adding "today, we might have a bright, sunny America. But who's to say what's going to happen," the "Tea Party News Network" News Director was persuasive enough to earn herself another place on the show, as she'll join Loesch live, in studio, for a primetime interview.
Tune in this evening at 9, as Loesch, Hughes, and a series of additional guests do their part to keep guns, and firearm legislation, in the national conversation.
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