Guest hosts Michael “Epic Politics Man” Shure, Professor Tricia Rose, and “Rolling Stone’s” Michael Hastings explore why endorsing gay marriage could be a political gamble for President Obama, look into Mitt Romney’s alleged anti-gay bullying past, and delve into just how extreme the right wing has become. Plus, Cuentame founder Axel Caballero introduces his organization’s new video aimed to raise awareness about the abuse of domestic workers, and Think Progress’ Judd Legum joins Hastings on the Power Panel to debate: Is it time for the U.S. to get involved in Syria?
Michael Shure asks his Power Panel — Judd Legum from American Progress and Michael Hastings from “Rolling Stone” — whether the worst day yet of violence in Syria means it’s time for the U.S. to take action.
After President Obama’s big gamble that standing up for same-sex marriage would be a political win, guest hosts Michael Shure, Michael Hastings and Tricia Rose talk about the role played by LGBT in keeping constant pressure on Obama the last [...] watch video
Michael Shure, Michael Hastings and Tricia Rose track what looks like a lifelong pattern of Mitt Romney’s mean-spirited behavior, from allegations of bullying a prep school peer to taunting a blind English teacher. watch video
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