All In Agenda: Good news for people who love big money in politics

1. Tonight on All In, we’re diving into the real world implications of big money in politics, including the Supreme Court’s 5-4 ruling yesterday to ditch aggregate limits on campaign contributions, and Charles Koch’s Wall Street Journal op-ed decrying the “character assassination” brought against him and his company for its political involvement. Politico Chief Investigative Reporter Ken Vogel and Esquire Writer-at-Large Charlie Pierce join us. 

2. You’ll never believe who The College of Charleston chose as its new president: South Carolina’s Lieutenant Governor Glenn McConnell, despite his association with Confederate history. The Progressive magazine’s Kevin Alexander Gray joins the discussion. 

4. Next up: Hobby Lobby Hypocrisobby!

5. Plus, Chris Hayes, who’s on paternity leave himself following the birth of his son, joins the show as a guest in light of Boomer Esiason’s comments slamming Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy for taking his paternity leave over the start of the season. 

All In Agenda: Good news for people who love big money in politics