“The War Room” was joined by Dan Kammen, professor in the energy and resources group at UC Berkeley and Dan Weiss, director of climate strategy for the Center for American Progress. Swapping electoral politics for petropolitics, Jennifer engaged the two on the future of energy in America.
For an update on Alabama, we checked in with Steve Flowers, political analyst for WAKA-TV. We asked: how are conservative religious views shaping the Alabama primary?
Women’s issues remain front and center in this campaign. For more on that Jennifer welcomed Malia Cohen, who works for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, and Republican columnist Arthur Bruzzone. They discussed what they thought will be some of the swing issues in this campaign.
And then with “Game Change” still fresh on the minds of political junkies everywhere, we dissected the best and worst moments in the HBO feature with David Bianculli, the TV Critic for NPR’s Fresh Air.
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