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March 23rd, 2010
09:51 PM ET

The Teaser

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

6:10AM  Life without Google: will it become a reality for 1.3 billion? Or will Google get past the great firewall of censorship in China? Wired's Nick Thompson joins us to discuss.

6:30AM  Three degrees, a 2 page resume – so why can't Judi Redman get a job? Is it because of the color of her skin? Judi and Marc Morial, President of the National Urban League will talk about how the recession is hitting the black community.

7:30AM  He called the passing of the health care bill the Republican's Waterloo. David Frum will tell us why, and then discuss with Leslie Sanchez the way forward with  for the Republican party .

8:30AM  Super Sizing the Last Supper – what do portrayals of the Last Supper say about our eating habits? We'll breakdown a fascinating study with its author, Professor Craig Wansink.

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  1. rory

    Mitt ROMNEY.......Mr Armey... call off your "BROWN SHIRTS". The parallels here are getting scarey! Don't pretend you know nothing of their activities ...You relish in it.We can already hear the smashing glass. When will the roundups of non believers begin?

    March 25, 2010 at 9:27 am |
  2. A. Smith, Oregon

    The Republican Senate Members blocked ongoing Senate committees going over the already passed Congressional legislative bills.

    Among those were Federal funding and assistance for Homeless Veterans.

    Present in that committee hearing was Republican Senator John McCain.

    AND YES HE and his Republican cronies, BLOCKED the senate hearing from going forward, preventing HOMELESS VETERANS from receiving federal aid and assistance until Democratic Senators get this hearing back on track.

    Among other Senate hearings, all of which were blocked and temporarily shut-down by the Senate Republican Party of NO

    The sweeping Educational Overhaul of raising the number and amounts of Federal Pell Grants to College Students, and removing wall street banks from issuing Federal Education grants.

    This sweeping America's Educational Overhaul saves College students 20,000 (TWENTY THOUSAND) dollars over a 4 year period and saves taxpayers 10 Billion dollars which would be used to pay down the federal deficit.

    The Republican lawmakers BLOCKED and obstructed that Senate Hearing, stabbing America's Students in the BACK once again.

    I certainly hope America's Veterans and America's Students remember this come the mid-term and November Election cycles.

    Vote in more Democratic members into public service and to serve America as our Lawmakers for a brighter American future.

    March 24, 2010 at 10:51 pm |
  3. James Joseph

    AARP has endorsed healthcare reform.
    Their healthcare plans for Seniors are sold as a supplement to Medicare.
    They pay 20% of what Medicare pays for related healthcare costs.
    With the proposed billions of dollars to be cut from Medicare, seems to me those 20% reduced payments will save them millions of dollars...
    The question at hand is AARP looking out for Seniors, or themselves, and will they slash their premiums to reflect their reduced payments in the future?

    March 24, 2010 at 9:42 am |
  4. john

    I watched the Judi Redman interview this morning. She stated that since she can't get to an interview fast, this is discrimination. The more people like her use the word "discrimination" the less chance she will ever be offered a job....even is she wanted one.....which it is evident she doesn't...and would rather cry about how she is discriminated against. What a joke! Her attitude is the problem. I don't feel sorry for her.

    March 24, 2010 at 9:33 am |
  5. Jane Yock

    Why is health care so expensive? What is the REAL reason hospitals sometimes charge $300 for an aspirin? Why do folks with no co-pay pay $100 for a 10 minute vvisit to the doctor? Why can pharmacies charge $3.00 for one pill? Why can insurance companies "negotiate" bills? Why not just have an affordable, honest fee? I want to pay what I owe; I do not want to be gouged.

    March 24, 2010 at 7:24 am |
  6. Mark Modica

    Just watched part of the Judi Redman piece. She says she hasn't had success getting a job after sending many resumes out. CNN implies this might be because she is African American. Does she state her race on her resume?! She also admits when asked to come in for interview, she has problems getting there because she doesn't have a car. Wow, this one is hard to figure out.

    Education does not equal employability or ability, regardless of race. Stop the liberal entitlement philosophy and have some common sense please.

    March 24, 2010 at 6:44 am |