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LeDaro: Chris Hayes of MSNBC on Global Warming

Chris Hayes did a documentary on Global Warming on August 16, 2013. I watched it and it is an eye-opener. Since then I have been looking for clips of this documentary but MSNBC has not posted them yet. I found this clip where Chris Hayes discusses his views with Michael Smerconish of MSNBC.

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LeDaro: Chris Hayes: On global warming – an upcomming documentary

Chris Hayes is a very well informed gentleman. I watch his program “All In” on MSNBC whenever I get a chance. His program provides critical analysis of U.S politics and other public issues. His upcoming documentary on Global warming will be worth watching.

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bastard.logic: Chris Hayes on the Hagel Hearings: “An omnidirectionally embarrassing debacle for everyone involved.”

And how:

h/t Digby

Filed under: defence policy, US, wingnuts Tagged: Chris Hayes, Chuck Hagel, Hagel hearings, MSNBC

Accidental Deliberations: Tuesday Morning Links

This and that for your Tuesday reading.

– Chris Hayes notes that Mitt Romney’s $50,000-a-plate dinner caught on video represents a rare glimpse inside the U.S.’ plutocracy – as well as a strong argument as to why we shouldn’t allow that group to decide policy affecting the public at large:

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Red Tory v.3.0.3: Religious Beliefs in the Public Square

Richard Dawkins provocatively suggests that the superstitious religious beliefs of politicians should be more openly challenged. “You challenge a candidate about his beliefs about taxation, about military policy, and so on; why don’t you challenge his beliefs about what he thinks about the universe and the world?”

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