Cenk and Epic Politics Man Michael Shure break down the Brookings Insitution’s analysis of Romney’s tax plan, BuzzFeed’s and Rolling Stone’s Michael Hastings explains why he almost got himself in hot water with the Department of Homeland Security (hint: it wasn’t for having a full-sized shampoo bottle), and The Nation sports editor Dave Zirin weighs in on the latest Olympic controversies. Plus, Ana Kasparian, Jayar Jackson and “TYT” producer Noreen Moustafa take a look at culture wars around the world, “Good Times” actor Jimmie Walker stops by to talk about politics and his new book, and the Aggressive Progressive celebrates the first day of new options for women, thanks to the Affordable Care Act.
Actor Jimmie Walker tells Cenk why he doesn’t support Barack Obama’s politics and why he supports civil unions, but not gay marriage. watch video
Cenk and Rolling Stone contributor Michael Hastings learn how a February story and “TYT” appearance put them both on the Department of Homeland Security’s radar. watch video
President Obama has claimed that Mitt Romney’s tax plan would give benefits to the rich at the expense of the middle class. watch video
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