Obama has appointed a very anti-gun attorney general. But I am not daunted: I'll continue to talk about my new book Gun Control on Trial, the story of the Supreme Court's Heller case (which overturned D.C.'s gun ban and established that the Second Amendment protects an individual right) and America's gun control debate.

I'll be talking about it today on two programs. One, Barry Lynn's "Culture Shocks", which airs nationally on WMET 1160 AM in D.C. (4-5 p.m.), KCAA 1050 AM in Los Angeles (1-2 p.m.), KRXA 540 AM in Monterey, CA (1-2 p.m.), and KTAA 1330 AM in Cameron, TX (3-4 p.m.) All times are local. Check the show's web site for more details and listen-live options.

Also, today at 10:15 a.m. pacific/1:15 p.m. eastern, I'll be on Antiwar Radio with host Scott Horton, also talking Gun Control on Trial.

See an excerpt from the book in the December issue of reason.