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Married to the Game: Aurora, Sooper Mexican, Media Malpractice, and Gun Control Laws

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In this episode, we discuss the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado.  We ask important questions like: what were the shooter’s motives?  Did he work alone?  Should movie theaters start (at least) putting sensors on the exits doors that are INSIDE the movie theater, so management knows that someone is going through that door while the movie is showing?  Was the coward “psychotic” or “insane”?  And we make the determination that the “Coward in Colorado” shall not be named; he does not deserve one ounce of notoriety for this heinous act.  I’m joined in this segment by the always insightful SooperMexican.

Also, Twitter’s “Sean Hannity’s Hair” stops by to discuss the media malpractice and the media bias that led ABC to try and blame an innocent member of the Tea Party for this horrific crime.

And finally (but not least), Tom from Indiana calls in to discuss the merits of changing our gun laws in the wake of this tragic event.  (we also discuss the importance of responsible gun ownership)

This show is packed with terrific insight and lots of honest discussion, and it’s not one to be missed.

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And, of course, our hearts go out to the victims of this despicable shooting, and the entire community of Aurora is in our prayers.