Molly Ball (political correspondent, The Atlantic), Joe Williams (White House reporter, Politico), Mychal Denzel Smith (contributing writer, The Nation and contributing writer, The Guardian), Hendrik Hertzberg (senior editor and staff writer, The New Yorker), Robert Reich (former U.S. labor secretary and professor, UC Berkeley), and Charles Duhigg (reporter, The New York Times).
“There’s no question the statute is squarely constitutional within existing precedents. The Supreme Court doesn’t write on a blank slate — or tabula rasa as lawyers would say — they have to interpret precedent. The most conservative judge on the [...] watch video
“Rather than try what might be an impossible quest to make people who don’t like him turn around and like him again, it may just be a matter of changing peoples’ perceptions of Obama — changing those still generally favorable [...] watch video
“When you’re dealing with private equity managers like Bain Capital, like Mitt Romney, they’re not taking any risk at all. It’s not their money. They’re investing other people’s money.” watch video