Rolling Stone and BuzzFeed’s Michael Hastings joins Cenk to take a closer look at the politics of ethnicity in the 2012 election, Rep. Steve Cohen from the Tennessee 9th weighs in on the latest details in the Colorado shooting and the importance of mental health research, and Guardian correspondent Andrew Gumbel breaks down the Anaheim protests and what he’s seen so far while covering the story. Our “Where Are They Now?” series with the GOP candidates concludes with Rick Perry and Ron Paul, Current contributor Ben Mankiewicz and “The Young Turks” producer Noreen Moustafa present an extreme case of anti-Semitism on Egyptian TV, and the Aggressive Progressive takes on the NYPD’s surveillance of Muslims.
Cenk wouldn’t have voted for Rep. Ron Paul for president, but he can agree with Paul’s advocacy for Federal Reserve transparency. watch video
Cenk talks to reporter Andrew Gumbel of The Guardian about Anaheim, Calif., home to both the “happiest place on Earth” — Disneyland — and a deeply divided and racially and economically segregated community. watch video
Cenk talks to BuzzFeed correspondent Michael “The Notebook” Hastings about Mitt Romney and friends hammering President Obama with an updated version of the birther attacks, calling him a “foreigner” who is “not Anglo-Saxon” and who is “un-American.” watch video
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