As the issue of gun control becomes a bigger a bigger topic, the supporters of gun control like to point our gun violence in the U.S. compared to gun violence in other countries. With that in mind, it’s good to get some insight on how other countries have arrived at there stances on gun cuntrol laws. Cenk talks to Rolling Stone’s Michael Hastings and Rebecca Peters, former director of the International Action Network on Small Arms, about Australia’s drastic change to gun control after a mass shooting in 1996 that killed 35 people in one day. With what just happened at Sandy Hook, and not to mention various other events that have taken place, is it time for us to move in that direction. As people from various backgrounds become more prominent, are the views on gun control starting to differ from that of the forefathers of this country? Are there countries out there you feel we should mimic when it comes to gun control?