Rolling Stone’s Michael Hastings returns to talk about Romney’s Palm Beach speech revealing deductions he’d eliminate, economist and author Simon Johnson discusses the effectiveness of the Buffett Rule, and the Power Panel – writer/comedian Negin Farsad and The Nation’s Ari Berman — debate with Cenk over whether Americans should care about the Secret Service prostitution scandal.
Cenk asks his Power Panel — filmmaker Negin Farsad and Ari Berman of “The Nation” — whether Mitt Romney trading access for campaign donations is worse than President Obama’s record doing the same. watch video
Among Cenk’s nominees for “Clown of the Day” is North Carolina state Rep. Virginia Foxx, who despite benefiting from an affordable state education doesn’t have any sympathy for people who graduate with student loan debt. watch video
“Rolling Stone” contributing editor and Buzzfeed reporter Michael Hastings tells Cenk how the Obama campaign will use Mitt Romney’s behind-the-scenes comments during a private fundraiser in Palm Beach, Fla., to their advantage. watch video
Michael Hastings to discuss how the Obama campaign may use revelations made during the Romneys Palm Beach visit to their advantage. Plus, Karl Rove’s super PAC boasts about grassroots support but really gets $10 million donations. read post