In Ask Ed Live, Ed Schultz explains the feelings of the Republicans calling for yet another Cold War-like conflict.
Hearing locals' fight to stop the building of the Keystone XL Pipeline in Nebraska changes perspective. Ed Schultz, Ernest Scheyder and Rep. Grijalva discuss.
Protestors flooded D.C. continuing their fight to stop the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Ed Schultz and Ben Gotschall of Bold Nebraska discuss.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio attempts to lead the nation's pushback against charter schools. Ed Schultz and Daniel Dromm discuss the crucial implications.
Earning the title of Ed Schultz's Pretender, failed Green Party Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader pens an unsolicited, negative letter to Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Nina Turner fights to keep the American Dream alive in Ohio by running for Sec. of State. Ed Schultz introduces the world to another side of the amazing woman.
In Trenders, Sen. McCain earns the public's title of least likeable, while Darrell Issa issues a faux-pology. Ed Schultz and Leo Gerard discuss the UAW s appeal to NLRB.
In Ask Ed Live, Ed Schultz points out that the CPAC speeches prove that 2016 Presidential Republican Debate season is bound to be extremely interesting.
Key conservatives spoke at CPAC, gaining a lot of attention, but for all the wrong reasons. Ed Schultz, John Fugelsang, and Holland Cook discuss the highlights.
Majority of Americans support the building of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Ed Schultz, Alan Robock and Michael Brune explain the need change public perception.
MSNBC's Ed Schultz reversed his support for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline on Wednesday and said the United States shouldn't allow it to be built.
In Trenders, Conservative chatter begins at CPAC, while Sen. Graham unearths Benghazi talking points. Ed Schultz and Rep. Elijah Cummings discuss Issa incident.
Improving public schools should be a top priority for all Americans, yet money keeps being filtered to exclusive charter schools. Ed Schultz and panel discuss.
Independent from VT, Sen. Bernie Sanders explains to Ed Schultz his potential presidential run, since he believes Hillary might not be the best for the job.
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