Second Amendment repeal?; Governor candidate Patrick Colbeck

Part 1: Second Amendment repeal?

Since the Parkland, Florida massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School Feb. 14, gun control has dominated national debate. In just a few weeks we've gone from talk of re-examining gun laws, to a former supreme court justice advocating the repeal of the Second Amendment.

But is that realistic?

On the panel:

Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, (D) Detroit
Ryan Berman, conservative activist/attorney
Dr. Gerald Shiener, psychiatrist 
Denise Flanders, NRA instructor

Part 2: Republican candidate for governor Patrick Colbeck 

Patrick Colbeck has been a state senator for the past seven years, and before that he worked in the private sector, owning his own consulting firm. Before that, he was an engineer at Boeing, where he worked on systems being used right now on the International Space Station. 

He holds degrees from the University of Michigan and the ISS in Strasbourg, France, and, if you've ever been to NASA's Space Camp in Alabama, you may have seen him there as an instructor. 

Now, Coleback says he's the most conservative candidate running for governor. He joined us on Let It Rip to tell us more about his platform. 

Part 3: On the Road

Charlie Langton asks metro Detroit about the Second Amendment debate.