Guest host Michael Shure and political analyst Jack Burkman debate whether this is truly the end of the road for Newt Gingrich, and the TYT Supreme Court tackles immigration in Arizona with Huffington Post’s Mike Sacks. Director Mark Ford stops by to discuss his film “Uprising: Hip Hop and The L.A. Riots” and the musical and political climate 20 years after the riots, and Dan Gross of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence weighs in on gun rights and the “Stand Your Ground” laws. Plus, a concerned father reveals unspeakable treatment of special needs children in public schools, and President Obama slow jams the new with Jimmy Fallon, much to the chagrin of Fox News.
Ana Kasparian and Michael Shure discuss a recent story involving a New Jersey father who wired his autistic 10-year-old son and exposed recordings of special education teachers being verbally abusive. watch video
As the Supreme Court hearings for SB1070 begin, guest host Michael Shure takes time to break down Arizona’s new anti-immigration law and public opinion surrounding it. watch video
Dan Gross, president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, joins guest host Michael Shure to tackle whether there’s any way to make gun control a national conversation. watch video
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