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An attendee inspects a handgun during the 2013 NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits at the George R. Brown Convention Center on May 3, 2013 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

NRA commentator defends giving guns to kids

07/26/14 05:42PM

A new video released by the National Rifle Association is pushing the idea of “gun-required zones” in the group’s latest attempt to convince the American public that guns are necessary in today’s society.  “Gun policy driven by people's need for guns would seek to encourage people to keep and bear arms at all times. read more

Are Obama’s policies working?

Are Obama’s policies working?

07/25/14 07:47PM

Clarence Page and Beth Fouhy join Steve Kornacki to discuss the efficacy of Obama’s policies on the economy, the deficit and healthcare, and how Americans feel about them. watch

Christians persecuted in Iraq

Christians persecuted in Iraq

07/24/14 07:35PM

James Zogby and Bill O’Keefe joins Chris Matthews to discuss a story from Iraq you may not have heard much about: the persecution of *Christians* at the hands of Islamic extremists. watch

President most written by The New York Times is... Surprise!

07/24/14 07:33PM

Quick! Name the president The New York Times mentioned more often in one year than any other. The Washington Post did the research and I'll bet it's not who you think. Believe it or not, it’s Jimmy Carter, who was mentioned in 9,720 articles back in 1980.  First runner-up, in second place, is our current Commander in Chief, Barack Obama, during his 2012 campaign. read more

Why Ohio is ground zero for voting rights

Why Ohio is ground zero for voting rights

07/23/14 08:33PM

Ohio Democratic State Rep. Alicia Reese is calling for a constitutional amendment to protect access to the ballot box in her state. Reese speaks to Chris Matthews about how the voter laws affect African Americans and other minorities. watch

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