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Discussing the potential new Defense Secretary and the highly-celebrated pro-torture film, on MSNBC's "Up with Chris Hayes"

Extensive travel the last couple of days has prevented me from writing. This morning I was on MSNBC's "Up With Chris Hayes" to discuss the possible nomination of Chuck Hagel as Defense Secretary (and the predictable though still disgusting "pro-Israel" smear campaign against him), as well Zero Dark Thirty. Those segments can be viewed below (or, for those who have difficulty watching them: here):

The Hagel controversy:

The Aipac smear campaign:

The suppression of the Israel debate:

Zero Dark Thirty as "objectively pro-torture":

A former FBI agent slams the film as pernicious propaganda:

Filmmakers' collusion with CIA:

Obama's shielding of torturers:

Final segment:

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