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Bill Scher (CAF, Liberal Oasis, Wait! Don't Move to Canada!) and Matt K. Lewis (The Daily Caller, 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

Culturally Determined

Show Me a Hero and solving the tragedy of the commons

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Aryeh Cohen-Wade and Kriston Capps discuss how the HBO miniseries depicted the evolution of public housing.

The DMZ

Have the rules of politics changed?

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Bill Scher and Matt Lewis debate the deeper meaning of the rise of Donald Trump and Ben Carson.

MeaningofLife.tv

Why does God have to be perfect?

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Robert Wright and David Corn contemplate a God who isn’t omnipotent and infinitely good. Plus: How to leave a meaningful legacy.

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MeaningofLife.tv

What’s so great about volition?

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Robert Wright and John Horgan discuss the pros and cons of believing in free will. Plus: Theology via drug trip.

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Showing sign language to non-signers

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Brent Strickland describes his experiments testing whether we have an innate sense of whether verbs are “telic,” meaning they having a definite end point.

MeaningofLife.tv

“Knowing how” vs. “knowing that”

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Daniel Kaufman and Massimo Pigliucci examine a key distinction raised by the philosopher Gilbert Ryle. Plus: The legacy of Bertrand Russell’s “Why I Am Not a Christian.”

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The Glenn Show

What makes homicide detectives different

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Glenn Loury speaks with Jill Leovy, author of the book Ghettoside, about police psychology. Plus: The pettiness of homicide.