Tonight on All In with Chris Hayes: Thursday morning's House hearing on the Obamacare exchange site was like listening to your grandparents talk about the internet - but with a healthy dose of disingenuous anger thrown in. The House Energy and Commerce Committee grilled the executives whose companies built the site (and who promised more fixes are coming). Sen. Sherrod Brown, Democrat from Ohio, Clay Shirky, Associate Professor at NYU, and Former Senator Olympia Snowe, currently a Senior Fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Center, will join Chris Hayes to talk about the blame game over healthcare.gov.
While Congress stayed fixed on healthcare Thursday, President Obama pivoted to immigration reform in a speech from the White House. "It doesn't make sense to have 11 million people who are in this country illegally without any...way to come out of the shadows," Obama said, encouraging Congress to pass comprehensive reform. Chris Hayes will talk with Jose Diaz-Balart of Telemundo about how the current immigration situation is keeping 11 million people's lives in a perpetual silent shutdown.
Later, Hayes will put the spotlight on billionaire casino mogul and the GOP's #1 donor, Sheldon Adelson, who said this week he thinks the solution to the Iranian nuclear issue is dropping a nuke on the country.
Plus: David Folkenflik, NPR Media Correspondent, and Joe Muto, author of An Atheist in the Foxhole: A Liberal's Eight-Year Odyssey in the Heart of Right-Wing Media, will join the table to talk about new revelations from Rupert Murdoch's conservative media empire in Folkenflik's new book, Murdoch's World.