“Hardball” is airing a new series called ‘Unkindest Cuts’ focusing on how the sequester is hurting the poor, the sick, the elderly and the young. Chris Matthews began the series on Monday by speaking with Vinsen Faris, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Meals on Wheels and Mother Jones’ David Corn about cuts in funding to the meal plan which feeds the poor and elderly of the community.
Chris Matthews talks with Vinsen Faris, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Meals on Wheels, about the effects of the sequester on the Meals on Wheels program and the poor and elderly who are affected by the cuts. Mother Jones' David Corn also joins Hardball to discuss.
On Thursday, Chris talked to Joel Berg, executive director of the New York City Coalition Against Hunger, and Bloomberg’s Josh Green about the continuing effects of the sequester on soup kitchens
Chris Matthews talks with Joel Berg, executive director of the New York City Coalition Against Hunger, and Bloomberg's Josh Green about the continuing effects of the sequester on programs that matter to millions of Americans.
Tune in tonight for the third installment of ‘Unkindest Cuts’ when Chris sits down with Jon Retzlaff, Managing Director of Science at American Association of Cancer Research and Mother Jones’ David Corn about the newest cuts to the National Institute of Health.
Chris wants to hear from viewers about how the sequester is impacting daily life. Join the conversation on Twitter using #unkindestcut or on Facebook.com/hardball and tv.msnbc.com/shows/hardball.