French comedian Gad Elmaleh argues that Americans have nothing to fear from socialism.
Governor Chris Christie explains his plan to regulate immigration using fingerprint technology.
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Congress votes on a bill that would ban Social Security benefits to Nazis.
Jordan Klepper gets confused after learning about the No Social Security for Nazis Act.
"Why Governments Fail So Often" author Peter Schuck examines what makes government work.
Fox News' Eric Bolling reveals how much money America saved thanks to Ariel Castro's suicide.
Donna Edwards supports Maryland's gay marriage move and disagrees with Obama's Social Security plan.
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On entitlement reform, Paul Ryan is mischaracterized by his own words.
Alan Simpson turns against his own demographic.
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Reihan Salam explains how a tax deductions cap would produce lower tax rates and higher revenues.
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Despite Stephen's warnings, Florida's "mystery monkey" roams freely and bites an elderly woman.
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Mitt Romney promises America that he will not take God off of coins.
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Stephen knows what the fuzz is with Jews and counts down the government shutdown with a menorah.
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Austan Goolsbee says government needs a "grand bargain" to solve the country's fiscal woes.
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Mitt Romney selects Paul Ryan for VP and has his son break the news to Rob Portman and Tim Pawlenty.
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Author and economist Joseph Stiglitz disputes the Social Security-as-Ponzi scheme narrative.
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