Cenk Uygur and TYT contributor Ana Kasparian report on what’s known about the shooting at Lone Star College, outside Houston. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., joins to discuss Congress’ progress on achieving new gun legislation, and then he digs into Obama’s promise to address climate change. Elliot Peters, attorney for Reddit’s Aaron Swartz, discusses movement around the bill known as Aaron’s Law, introduced following Swartz’s recent suicide, and former CIA agent Lindsay Moran responds to the Algerian hostage crisis, which left at least 37 people dead, according to CNN. Plus, Mediaite’s Tommy Christopher reveals that the study often cited by conservative critics as showing a link between video game violence and an increase in real-life aggression states that “access to guns” plays a bigger role than the video games.
Cenk Uygur talks to Mediaite correspondent Tommy Christopher about Christopher’s discovery that a popular video game study used by politicians and conservatives as proof that video games lead to increased aggression and gun violence actually puts more blame on owning [...] watch video
Cenk Uygur talks to Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., about reports that Republicans in the House will refuse to support any changes to existing gun laws — no additional background check requirements, no assault weapons ban, nothing. watch video
Cenk Uygur talks with Elliot Peters, attorney for Reddit co-creator Aaron Swartz before his death, about the government’s eagerness to convict Swartz. Peters also responds to rumors that Swartz had WikiLeaks connections. watch video
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