"It's nowhere near wintertime yet, but with all the complications, controversies and kerfuffles that have been plaguing the Obama administration all week, it's been like Christmas for the tea party." —John Fugelsang
You’d think that if 90% of Americans were in favor of expanded background checks, the Senate would listen and vote accordingly. Nope. The Senate voted against the gun plan 54-46, 6 votes short of the legislation passing. Since then, organizations …
Yahoo! News reporters Beth Fouhy, Aaron Task and Walter Shapiro discuss Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and his desperate move to repair his approval rating, which plummeted after he voted against universal background checks.
Peter Squires, professor of criminology and public policy at the University of Brighton (U.K.), is on this evening's edition of "The War Room" to provide insight on the contrast between the gun culture in the U.S. and the gun culture [...]
Cenk Uygur talks with Media Matters senior fellow Eric Boehlert, "The War Room" host Michael Shure and TYT contributor Ben Mankiewicz about the National Rifle Association convention and the latest gun tragedies, several of which have involved children.
Cenk talks with author and investigative journalist Jeremy Scahill, political reporter Joe Williams and Brown University Professor Tricia Rose about Congress voting against universal background checked despite polls showing only 5 percent of Americans oppose them.