In light of the Clinton email scandal, how prevalent is the practice in the Obama administration? Charles Cooke, writer for the National Review, says that setting up a separate email server and running it for four years was not a "mistake" by the Clinton staff. He explains that this is consistent with more than two decades of behavior on the part of the Clintons, and questions whether American voters should return them to national leadership. Later in the conversation, he talks about rural England, and the young people requesting and receiving shotgun certificates in order to hunt with long guns. A new Freedom of Information request shows that more than 600 children under the age of 14 have been granted such a license in the last five years, much to the consternation of gun control advocates. Originally aired on NRA News Cam & Co 03/09/15.