Apparently he’s going to be going head to head with Dennis Henigan. I would concentrate on gun owners desire for privacy in how they protect themselves and their families. The courts in Indiana have protected the right-to-carry constitutionally, so one can’t argue with gun owner’s legitimate privacy concerns. Most people understand that it is a sensitive thing, if the concerns, like theft, retaliation by anti-gun coworkers, or strained relationships with anti-gun neighbors, are well articulated. I actually think the only folks the Brady folks win over with this argument are people who are hysterical about guns, which I think is a small minority.
So I’ll leave Caleb with that advice, but also the advice that the first rule of debating Dennis HeniganÂ is spelling his name right :)