Ring of Fire Radio Host Mike Papantonio joins the 1st hour of today’s show to discuss the latest in the Trayvon Martin case.

Sen. Bob Menendez, D-NJ, joins the 2nd hour of today’s show to discuss his bill to cut oil subsidies.

Rep. Peter Welch, D-VT, joins the 2nd hour of today’s show to discuss the healthcare debate in the Supreme Court.

John Nichols, Washington Correspondent for the Nation, joins the 3rd hour of today’s show to discuss Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker blaming the healthcare bill for lack of job creation.

Former Senator Byron Dorgan, D-ND, joins the 3rd hour of today’s show to discuss his latest novel “Blowout” and the news of the day.

The Supreme Court begins on Wednesday its third and final day of arguments on the constitutionality of the 2010 health care law, with the focus on what happens to the law if the court strikes down the core provision that requires the uninsured to buy insurance. We’ll bring you the latest.

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney had this assignment for Rick Santorum on Tuesday to make light of his chief rival’s frequent tussles with the news media: “Press secretary.” we’ll give you the details.

Republican presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney has erased rival Rick Santorum’s lead among voters in Santorum’s home state of Pennsylvania which holds a crucial primary next month, a poll on Wednesday showed. We’ll talk about it.

Comments (2)
  1. Fred says:

    Having actually been under Universal Health Care in Scotland and having friends in Scotland and Ireland, the care is better than what we have here. The point all are missing is that we spend far more than any other country and have outcomes that are thiird world. I would rather have a government agency in control of my health care than an executive whose bonus depends upon dening care.

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