Trevor encourages abortion opponents to extend their pro-life stance beyond fetuses.
Tags: halloween, holidays, planned parenthood, abortion, james bond, carly fiorina, candidates, campaigns, elections, pregnancy, jason chaffetz, house of representatives, c-span, superheroes, super powers, men/women, impressions, constitution, dwayne "the rock" johnson, guns, weapons, violence, murder, death, jeb bush, laws, rick perry, joe barton, voice over, comics, costumes
After the Supreme Court rules in favor of marriage equality, conservatives voice their concerns.
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The Supreme Court hears the strongest arguments that opponents to same-sex marriage can muster.
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GOP presidential candidates strive to seem at least slightly tolerant of marriage equality.
Tags: democalypse 2016, indecision, elections, candidates, campaigns, media, lgbt, weddings, republicans, civil rights, rick santorum, marriage, constitution, marco rubio, scott walker, john kasich, ted cruz, anal sex, marriage equality
Jessica Williams and Samantha Bee judge over-the-top news stories for the 2015 'Mercun Awards.
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Fox News issues a rare apology, and Aasif Mandvi reports on the threat of Sharia law in the U.S.
Tags: aasif mandvi, on location, fox news, media, tv, corrections/retractions/apologies , islamic, fundamentalism, england, u.k., david cameron, stereotypes, voice over, religion, christian, laws, alabama, constitution, government, school, bible, jesus, democracy, founding fathers, america
Professor and author Cass Sunstein describes the impact of groupthink in his book "Wiser."
Tags: interviews, cass sunstein, books, philosophy, liberal, conservative, global warming, affirmative action, dick cheney, colorado, diversity, congress, discrimination, religion, jewish, france, america, work/office, founding fathers, history, constitution, richard nixon, ronald reagan, statistics, environment, marriage equality
Norman Lear recalls making his TV special "I Love Liberty" with a surprising mix of people.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, norman lear, books, tv, freedom of speech, jane fonda, gerald ford, censorship, declaration of independence, constitution, government, media, accountability, controversies, tom brokaw, work/office, aging, world war ii, wars, history, america
Stephen sets his sights on our nation's lawmakers in Congress.
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Stephen ponders the unusual decisions of the Supreme Court.
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Following a disappointing midterm loss, President Obama flexes his executive powers.
Tags: immigration, barack obama, google, internet, laws, congress, royalty, citizenship, kids, family, john boehner, government, bobby jindal, mitt romney, elections, midterm elections, republicans, constitution, obama administration
Eleanor Holmes Norton discusses voting rights and her role in Mississippi's historic Freedom Summer.
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Philip K. Howard discusses the paralysis of the American government.
Sean Hannity finally gets some of the facts right on his show.
Andrew Napolitano avers that Abraham Lincoln tricked South Carolina into starting the Civil War.
Sam Bee researches the ironclad economic theories supporting a low minimum wage.
Edward Snowden's reign of information continues as he seeks political asylum in Brazil.
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