To be fair, MSNBC is not the only liberal news channel to edit the Huckabee video clip without disclosing if they did so for time or context.

There are very few topics in America's ongoing debate over abortion that are as controversial and politically dangerous as those regarding rape. Recently several candidates have been asked to clarify their positions on the matter and it has ended up costing them their political careers. With the media's consistent vilification of the pro-life movement, it is understandable that many pro-life Americans stop short of being outspoken advocates for the right to life of those conceived through rape. That being said, it would be difficult for even the most hardened abortion advocate to to disregard the views of an individual who was conceived through rape and whose mother chose to carry the pregnancy to term. MRCTV spoke to one such individual at the 2014 March For Life. MRCTV also spoke to a woman who was impregnated by a rapist and decided to go through with the pregnancy.

MRCTV's Dan Joseph braved the cold for the annual March for Life to speak with the younger activists at the gathering, specifically young women, to hear their views on life issues and the so-called war on women.

MRCTV caught up with RNC Chair Reince Preibus and Former Senator Rick Santorum at the 2014 March For Life on the National Mall where Dan Joseph asked them their opinion on Texas State Senator and gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis(D-TX). Davis made a name for herself by holding a 14 hour filibuster in which she protested a proposed ban on late term abortions in the state. Recently, it has come to light that many of the stories that she told about her life were made up.

Melissa Harris-Perry version

Brian Stelter version (with prodding from Kathy Griffin and Anderson Cooper)

Reliable Sources, CNN, 12/29/13

An electronic billboard advertisement by American Atheists in New York City, that seeks to deter people from including Christ in their Christmas celebrations, has been getting a lot press lately. We wanted to know what New Yorkers thought of the ad.

MRCTV traveled to the Big Apple to ask people about the atheists anti-Christian message and whether they thought we should take the "Christ" out of Christmas.