Check out some further reading and watching from tonight’s episode:
Epic Politics Man Michael Shure is on the ground in Alabama to cover the latest in the GOP primary race.
Think Progress -
Romney: ‘I’ve Got A Lot Of Good Friends’ Who Are NFL Team Owners
Gingrich Robo-Call Features Chuck Norris
The Washington Post
Alabama, Mississippi primaries are dominated by Super-PAC ads
Michael Shure – @michaelshure
For more from Michael, read his Epic Politics Blog.
OUT OF AFGHANISTAN
Recent killings of Afghan civilians at the hands of U.S. soldiers has some calling for the Obama administration to pull troops from Afghanistan sooner rather than later.
Real Clear Politics –
Obama Affirms Plan to End Afghan War “Responsibly”
Michael Hastings – @mmhastings
For more about Michael Hastings or his book, “The Operators,” visit his official website.
DEMANDING JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON SMITH
After the suspicious murder of 17-year-old Florida resident Trayvon Martin, his family and attorney Benjamin Crump are demanding Trayvon’s shooter, George Zimmerman, be arrested for his actions.
NBC Miami -
Family Demands Answers in Miami Teen’s Shooting
Politic 365 -
What Trayvon Martin Says About Our Politics
Benjamin Crump – @attorneycrump
Learn more about Benjamin Crump’s practice at the official website.
IS SARAH PALIN BACK?
The Obama campaign has released an ad that uses Sarah Palin’s recent words about the president against her. Is this just the beginning of Sarah Palin’s return to the national stage?
ABC News -
Obama vs. Palin…2012
Huffington Post –
Sarah Palin: Obama Campaign Ad Twisted My Words</a
POWER PANEL GUESTS
Alexis Garcia – @alexispjtv
Find more from Alexis on PJTV.
Paul Waldman – @paulwaldman1
Find Paul’s writings for The American Prospect’s election 2012 blog,”Vox Pop.”
OBAMA’S APPROVAL RATING PROBLEM
The Hill –
<a href="http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/214671-cantor-gop-looking-to-make-sure-harry-reid-follows-through-on-jobs-act”>Cantor: GOP ‘looking to make sure Harry Reid follows through’ on JOBS Act
Lynn E. Turner
Marketing agency BBH Labs is stirring up controversy at SXSW with their new “homeless hotspots,” an initiative that turns homeless individuals in Austin into walking hubs for wireless internet.