H1: 12/17/12: Ed Morrissey, Conor Friedersdorf, Yoni Tidi

December 17, 2012 by  
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12171201 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Ed Morrissey of HotAir.com guest hosts today, as Hugh heads to NY to appear on Hannity. This hour, Ed discusses gun laws, in the wake of the CT school shooting, with Conor Friedersdorf, staff writer at The Atlantic, and Yoni the Blogger.

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3 Responses to “H1: 12/17/12: Ed Morrissey, Conor Friedersdorf, Yoni Tidi”
  1. Kerry Davis says:

    The two biggest obstacles I see to any improvement in the mass-killing situation, are both from liberalism. The first is that liberals always want to blame the tool not the person, and the second is that liberals won’t blame the person because as far as liberalism is concerned, there are only two real kinds of mental illness: conservatism; and typical young male behavior in schools where the great majority of adults – teachers, administrators, etc – are female, where such behavior can easily result in forcible “medication” that too often backfires.

  2. dudette says:

    How many of the 300+ murdered Mexicans were children? Obama, whose bladder is just behind his eyes, cries croc tears over CT but refuses to deal with his own guilt in the murder of Nrian Terry and many others.

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