Should the white neighborhood watch captain who killed the unarmed African-American teenager as he walked home from the store be arrested? And if so, charged with what?
MSNBC host the Rev. Al Sharpton (Politics Nation) and New York Times columnist Charles Blow join Ed for full analysis and reaction.
Florida’s “stand your ground” law may have set the stage for Martin’s shooter to walk away from this killing without being charged. Ed will look into that with Dan Gross, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.
Petyon Manning is headed to Denver, which means the so-called praying quarterback Tim Tebow is looking for a new city. Ed looks at where Tebowmania may be he might be going next.
And in our Big Finish, Mitt Romney pumps out more lies on Barack Obama and gas prices. Then, he says he can’t make a decision on Afghanistan, but says the president’s policies have failed. Ed invites Democratic strategist Bob Shrum to straighten the Mittster out.
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Sen. John McCain says the GOP should drop its war on women, meanwhile a measure in Tennessee would publish the names of abortion providers as well as key details of patients' backgrounds. Bill Burton of Priorities USA and Salon.com's Joan Walsh weigh in.