On Sunday's Up with Steve Kornacki, the show will talk about the differences between parties when they talk about jobs, Republicans and race, and how Detroit represents America and what it can tell us about the divide between urban and suburban culture.
Joining Steve Kornacki on Sunday's show will be:
Ana Marie Cox, political columnist, The Guardian (@anamariecox)
Josh Barro, politics editor, Business Insider (@jbarro)
Jamelle Bouie, staff writer at The American Prospect (@jbouie)
Melissa Harris-Perry, msnbc host “Melissa Harris-Perry” (@MHarrisPerry)
On Saturday's Up with Steve Kornacki, the host and his guests will be discussing President Obama's Wednesday economic speech, the fight in Congress over debt and the economy, and intra-party fighting over what to do. The panel will also discuss what Senate seats might switch hands in 2014, the latest in voter ID laws and how they will contribute to voter suppression, the ongoing saga of Anthony Weiner, and what happened this week when a proposal to reign in NSA data collection failed in Congress.
Joining Steve Kornacki on Saturday will be:
Tea Party activists in Kentucky have been privately talking about a conservative challenge to Mitch McConnell since last Election Day. McConnell’s aides knew about these machinations and tried to head off a primary. They failed. read more