The former National Security Agency contractor who revealed the U.S. government's top-secret monitoring of Americans' phone and Internet data fought back against his critics on Monday, saying the government's "litany of lies" about the programs compelled him to act. We'll give you the details.
Two months after the Senate failed to support the expansion of background checks for gun purchasers, Vice President Joe Biden is hosting an event at the White House Tuesday to show how the administration continued their efforts to reduce gun violence despite that failed vote. We'll talk about it.
President Barack Obama's choice for chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is expected to face questions about his past work within the telecommunications industry at a Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday. We'll bring you the latest.
We'll have your calls and the latest news, Tuesday on The Ed Schultz Show.
Sunday, June 16, 2013
It’s all hands on deck for the Tea Party as they attempt to thwart democracy again by blocking immigration reform. Also, Dick Cheney’s credibility is questioned again, Republicans still can’t stop talking about rape and the GOP’s the war on men — all today on The Ed Show at 5pET (4pCT/3pMT/2pPT) on msnbc.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney had the nerve to say President Obama has no credibility when it comes to national security. Ed explains why Cheney is the one with absolutley zero credibility, and why Americans still trustt President Obama, even in the middle of all these so called Scandals.
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