Michael “Epic Politics Man” Shure guest hosts. Newsweek’s Eleanor Clift weighs in on Obama’s latest trip to Israel. Former CIA agent Lindsay Moran digs into reports that U.S. security contractor Blackwater was an extension of the CIA. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signs some of the country’s toughest gun legislation into law, including strict magazine and shotgun shell limits. Col. Morris Davis, former Guantanamo Bay prosecutor, discusses Gitmo prisoners initiating a hunger strike to protest The United States’ failure to close the detention center. Plus, Mark Kleiman, policy analyst and UCLA professor, becomes Washington state’s official marijuana consultant.
Former CIA agent Lindsay Moran talks about reports that U.S. security contractor Blackwater operated as an extension of the CIA. watch video
Michael Shure talks to Newsweek reporter Eleanor Clift about President Obama’s purpose for flying to Israel to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. watch video
Guest host Michael Shure digs into the details of the Guantanamo Bay hunger strike with former Gitmo chief prosecutor Col. Morris Davis and attorney David Remes. watch video