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What we're watching 10/18

Believe it or not, tonight is the 8th Republican Presidential debate.
(AP Photo/John Raoux)
(AP Photo/John Raoux)

Believe it or not, tonight is the 8th Republican Presidential debate. We'll have full analysis and fact checking tonight on the show. The Debate set to take place in Las Vegas Nevada and all of the usual players are going to be there with one exception, Jon Huntsman. Huntsman is polling dead last in some polls and his campaign is in debt. So he's decided to spend more time in New Hampshire to hopefully pull a primary win in the Granite State. Social Issues are expected to take center stage tonight, specifically race, religion and immigration.

As the Occupy Wall Street protests hit their one-month anniversary, big banks are posting BIG profits. Bank of America reported think quarter gains of $6.2 billion, compared to a $7.3 billion loss in the third quarter of 2010. The profit increase comes right after the bank announced that it would start charging customers $5 a month to use their debit cards for purchases in 2012.

Yesterday on the Fox Business Network Dick Morris said the "Occupy Wall Street" movement is to President Obama as a Large KKK Movement would be to a Republican President. 

John Nichols is out with a new piece today about how Liz Cheney is funding the war on labor rights in Ohio. Nichols will join us tonight for an ED show exclusive.