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Bill Scher (Real Clear Politics, Politico) and Matt K. Lewis (The Daily Beast, MattLewis.org)

On The DMZ, Bill makes the case that banning assault weapons isn’t the best way to stop gun violence. Matt approves of expanded background checks. But is it even possible to pass any kind of gun control bill through Congress? Matt looks at mental health and America’s culture of violence—and argues that we should be shaming Quentin Tarantino.

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Recorded:Jan 16    Posted:Jan 16, 2013
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The DMZ | Jan 16, 2013 | Bill Scher & Matt K. Lewis

The DMZ

Trump to House: Be afraid

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Bill Scher and Matt Lewis discuss whether the president can scare Republicans into backing the health care bill.

Trump, Storyteller-in-Chief

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Robert Wright and economist Andrés Rondón on why political narratives don’t need much in the way of facts. Plus: Is Trump America’s Hugo Chávez?

MeaningofLife.tv

Get cat vision, save the planet

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Philosopher Matthew Liao looks at ways to combat climate change through genetic engineering.

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The Glenn Show

Does Chicago need a crackdown?

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Glenn Loury and Alden Loury debate how to stop the shootings. Plus: Life on the South Side.

MeaningofLife.tv

The prison of belief

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Journalist Tony Ortega talks about the literal and metaphorical bars that keep people in Scientology. Plus: The sci-fi religion.

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The Glenn Show

Who needs college?

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Economist Robert Cherry says the emphasis on academics over vocational training is hurting many people.

The DMZ

What Trump should learn from Bill Clinton

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Bill Scher explains how the former president’s legislative failures could guide the administration on health care. Plus: Paul Ryan’s bubble.

Drezburt

Does Trump want to stay short-staffed?

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Heather Hurlburt and Daniel Drezner consider whether there’s a strategy behind the slow pace of appointments. Plus: Send in “The Kushner“!