Guest hosts Michael “Epic Politics Man” Shure, Rolling Stone’s Michael Hastings, and Professor Tricia Rose return to explore how Romney’s taking credit for Obama’s auto bailout, the increase in drones, and student loans with consumer rights advocate Molly Katchpole. Eleanor Clift delves into North Carolina’s proposed amendment to more firmly ban gay marriage and why it affects Obama’s campaign strategy, Noah Wyle talks being arrested during a protest against Medicaid cuts, and Newsweek’s Eleanor Clift and RT’s Alyona Minkovski debate whether Ron Paul can shake up the RNC.
Michael Hastings, author of “The Operators,” tells Michael Shure and Tricia Rose about U.S. strikes in Yemen and Pakistan that have killed far more civilians than military targets. watch video
“Where would we be without Mitt Romney saying ‘let Detroit go bankrupt’?” Michael Shure demands as Romney takes “a lot of credit” for the auto bailout despite all evidence to the contrary.
Michael Shure, Michael Hastings and Tricia Rose talk to “ER” and “Falling Skies” star Noah Wyle about his recent arrest with the group ADAPT (Americans with Disabilities for Attendant Programs), which was in Washington, D.C., protesting Medicaid cuts. watch video
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