GLENN: You bet. So tell me what happened yesterday in the Supreme Court and why everybody is so convinced that the Supreme Court is going to rule in favor of gun owners.
LOTT: Well, it’s an extremely important case. If the Supreme Court were to say that the D.C. gun ban doesn’t infringe on people’s right to be able to own a gun, essentially there would be no gun regulation that could ever be struck down and so a lot’s at stake at this. And the two questions that the Supreme Court is basically looking at, one, is it an individual right or not. And if it is, is it the same — should it be treated the same as the rest of the Bill of Rights. And it seems pretty clear from the discussion yesterday that a majority of the justices think it is an individual right. Even Ruth Bader Ginsberg, should be interested to see how NPR, begin what you’re just saying, would deal with that.