Sen. Dianne Feinstein's assault weapons ban may be off the table for now but the need for common sense gun safety is even more urgent.
Tonight on the The Ed Show at 8pET (indeed, the final Ed Show show until Ed Schultz launches his weekend program, coming soon at 5p-7pET on msnbc!!), guest host Michael Eric Dyson welcomes Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore on the 10th anniversary of his documentary Bowling for Columbine.
Then, a dying Iraq War veterans pens his indictment of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney for lying us into a war. We’ll ask Mr. Moore (who also made Fahrenheit 9/11) to stay with us to share his thoughts about the Iraq War, 10 years after it began.
The Republican Party still can't get their story straight on gay marriage. Michael will ask the BIG Panel of Professor Tricia Rose, professor of Africana Studies at Brown University , Dr. Caroline Heldman, Professor of Politics at Occidental University and Susan Del Percio, Republican Strategist and msnbc Contributor
The CEO of Starbucks speaks up for workers. We’ll discover why some big names are supporting a hike in the minimum wage.
And in the BIG Finish, Chicago braces for the largest school closure in history. Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, joins Michael on the impact on students in the nation's third largest school district.
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