It was 10 years ago tonight when the shock and awe campaign was launched in Iraq. A decade later, the forces behind one of the biggest foreign policy blunders in American history are trying to revise history.
Tonight on “The Ed Show” at 8pET on msnbc, guest host Michael Eric Dyson, Professor of Sociology at Georgetown university and author (“Can You Hear Me Now?”), welcomes Rep. Diana DeGette (D- CO), Dr. James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies and Associate Professor of English at Lehigh University, and Joan Walsh, Salon’s Editor at Large, and author (“What’s The Matter With White People? Why We Long For A Golden Age That Never Was”).
Then, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren takes a stand for working class Americans, grilling a restaurant owner about raising the minimum wage. David Cay Johnston, Professor at Syracuse University College of Law & a Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist, is in the house with analysis.
Has Rep. Michele Bachmann gotten so radical that she’s supporting President Obama’s policies? Michael will have the details.
Paul Ryan’s radical budget isn’t radical enough for some Republicans. A new GOP plan is calling for even bigger government cuts. The BIG Panel, including Ryan Grim, Washington Bureau Chief Huffington Post, Angela Rye, Principal of IMPACT Strategies & Political Strategist, and Chris Kofinis, former Edwards Campaign Commications Director, will dissect it.
The love gov (aka Mark Sanford) might be getting off the Appalachian Trail and heading back to Washington. We’ll have the latest primary results from South Carolina.
And in the BIG Finish, a church in North Carolina bucks it’s state law and religious tradition by daring to ask what Jesus would do if confronted by same-sex marriage. Steven Petrow, Civil Behavior Columnist for the New York Times, will weigh in on that.
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