Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian get the latest on President Obama’s push for gun legislation reform, and then, with ex-CIA agent Lindsay Moran and the Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald, they dig into details known about Islamists in Algeria capturing several foreigners, including Americans. Rolling Stone reporter and TYT contributor Michael Hastings joins Moran and Greenwald to debate whether Hollywood directer Kathryn Bigelow makes a good point about the U.S. government’s attitude toward “enhanced interrogation” in her new Los Angeles Times article defending the inclusion of torture in the film “Zero Dark Thirty.” Media Matters’ Eric Boehlert returns to analyze the NRA’s new ad accusing President Obama of being an “elitist hypocrite” on guns. Plus, Aaron Swartz’s father accuses the government of killing his son and prosecutor Carmen Ortiz’s husband defends the case.
Cenk Uygur talks to Omar Samaha, whose sister was killed in the shooting at Virginia Tech University, about the 23 executive orders immediately signed by President Obama as part of his proposed changes to gun control laws. watch video
Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian and Eric Boehlert, a senior fellow at Media Matters, dig into a new National Rifle Association ad that calls President Obama an “elitist hypocrite” for not urging American schools to add armed security when his daughters [...] watch video
Cenk Uygur talks to Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald, author and former CIA operative Lindsay Moran, and BuzzFeed correspondent and Current contributor Michael Hastings about Kathryn Bigelow’s defense of her film “Zero Dark Thirty.” watch video
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