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The David Pakman Show 2012-12-24

--The NRA press conference by NRA President Wayne LaPierre is totally absurd, calling for guns in every school and a national mental health database, and is also interrupted by Code Pink protesters.

--David Gregory holds up a high-capacity magazine to see if the head of the NRA would budge on anything, and may have broken Washington DC law in doing so, and gets a ridiculous response from Wayne LaPierre.

--Top conservative publication National Review suggests that the Sasndy Hook school shooting occurred because women ran the school, and there weren't men there to protect them.

--Christian apologist William Lane Craig says that the Sandy Hook school massacre is a "Christmas reminder from God."

--David recommends that book We by Yevgeny Zamyatin.

--CNN's Don Lemon, discussing gun control and mass shootings, asks whether we should start profiling white men.

--Piers Morgan's recent gun control comments have led to a White House petition requesting he be deported in another hilarious confusion over the Constitution.

--Lots of shootings keep happening...

--Newt Gingrich says the Republican Party should "deal with reality" and accept legal marriage equality.

--Tagg Romney indicates that Mitt Romney didn't even want to run for President in 2012 in a bizarre interview.

--Florida 52-year-old Michael Jock tries to invoke Stand Your Ground after shooting a fellow pizza customer.

--Man wearing 70 items of clothing at airport to avoid baggage charge.

--Ontario man's eyesight restored with a limbal stem cell transplant.

--A number of voicemails about David's hair and more topics.

--On the Bonus Show: Court OK's firing for attractiveness, 22,000 applicants for 300 Delta jobs, FDA leans to approving GMO salmon, more...
--The NRA press conference by NRA President Wayne LaPierre is totally absurd, calling for guns in every school and a national mental health database, and is also interrupted by Code Pink protesters.

--David Gregory holds up a high-capacity maga...
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