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  Steele: 'This is not a litmus-test party'

Is the GOP charming anyone these days?

  Three months after the RNC announced a new “playbook” for the Republican Party, has much changed? Former DNC chairman Howard Dean shares his thoughts.

Bashir: Priebus, you have your tech work cut out for you

  Martin Bashir uses the occasion of the RNC hiring a new “Series of Tubes” officer from Facebook to deliver a short history of the technological divide that has plagued the Republican Party.

RNC doubles down on opposition to same-sex marriage

  The RNC may be heading to Hollywood to discuss it’s reboot, but things don’t seem to be changing all that much – especially with their recent unanimous vote to oppose gay marriage. Reverend Al Sharpton talks with Melissa Harris-Perry and Lauren Ashburn about the more they say things will change, the

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  RNC threatened over marriage equality platform

MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts talks to Evan Wolfson, Founder and Executive Director of “Freedom to Marry,” about the GOP’s party platform calling for a ban on same sex marriage.

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