The Ed Show | December 07, 2012
>>> received broad bipartisan support. didn't want to stand in the way of provides resources for domestic violence . that's in the past. the law is up for reauthorization and republicans are fighting it. vice president joe biden and majority leader eric cantor are in talks trying to iron out differences to get legislation passed. biden is the law's original sponsor. domestic violence has dropped 58%. the senate has passed a bipartisan bill with additional protections for undocumented immigrants, members of the lgbt community and native americans . but republicans in the house want those protections removed. i think the talks are serious but the prospects dim. the leadership aid said house republic republicans don't seem to be learning the lessons of the campaign in election. sources tell "the huffington post " cantor is on board as one thing is stripped from the bill. a key protection for native american women. cantor is refusing to accept any added protections for native american women that would give expanded jurisdiction to tribes and is pressuring democrats to concede on that front. in the meantime, the crew over at fox news is giving advice on women can protect themselves against violence. get a gun. fox news contributors shrugged that suggestion off and instead placed blame on victims.
>> it skirts the issue. women are victims of violence all the time.
>> should have guns.
>> or make better decisions.
>> guns just solve everything. tonight in our survey, will republicans publish speaker boehner for trying to work with the president? 87% say yes.
>>> coming up, supreme court announced it will hear its first same-sex marriage cases. jonathan turley on what the ruling could mean for the future of marriage equality . that's next. [