Epic Politics Man Michael Shure brings updates from the presidential campaign trail, foreign policy blogger Steve Clemons discusses recent attacks in Syria, journalist Isabel Wilkerson talks U.S. Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra’s racist Super Bowl ad, and the Power Panel — Jimmy Dore, Tricia Rose, and Karl Frisch — weigh in on Clint Eastwood’s possible endorsement of President Obama.
And the winner for most racist ad seen during the Super Bowl — at least in Michigan — goes to Rep. Pete Hoekstra for his fear-mongering campaign ad against incumbent Sen. Debbie Stabenow. watch video
“The Huffington Post” has reported additional evidence that Susan G. Komen Foundation’s vice president Karen Handel brought a clear anti-abortion political agenda to the group’s decision to stop funding Planned Parenthood. watch video
Clint Eastwood, notorious tough guy and longtime Republican, may have inadvertently starred in the most controversial Super Bowl ad of the year: “Halftime in America,” which paints a portrait of Detroit residents saved by auto bailouts, now waiting for America’s [...] watch video