We're back from the holiday with so much to talk about!
President Obama began campaigning in Ohio, visiting the manufacturing town of Maumee where he touted the bailout of the auto industry. Just a couple miles away, Mitt Romney hammered away at the incumbent president's message. NBC's Kristen Welker reports.
President Obama takes his “Betting on America” bus tour to battleground Ohio as the Romney campaign deals with new reports of offshore tax havens.
Bloomberg View columnist William Cohan joins Martin Bashir to analyze why the Romney campaign doesn't have a clamp down on the many tales of his offshore investments.
Tonight, former Gov. Ted Strickland (D-OH), an Obama 2012 campaign Co-Chair, has some tough words for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
Researchers are predicting a rebound from last month's disappointing job numbers. We'll preview the June jobs report and what it means for the campaign with Steve Benen, Contributing Writer and Blogger with the Washington Monthly.
Rep. John Yarmuth tells msnbc's Richard Liu that the June jobs numbers report will be seen by both Democrats and Republicans as bolstering their candidate.
Detractors on the right are criticizing the Romney campaign over a stumble on healthcare messaging, and pushing for Romney to be more specific on his policies. Will the criticism change anything? Erin McPike of Real Clear Politics and columnist Bob Franken weigh in.
Ann Romney says Barack Obama’s campaign strategy is to “kill“ her husband. The Big Panel – Patricia Murphy, Editor of Citizen Jane Politics and Daily Beast contributor, Susan Del Percio, Republican Strategist and MSNBC Contributor, Keli Goff, author of "The GQ Candidate” – weighs in on her questionable comments.
Mitt Romney's wife blasted the Obama campaign's strategy to launch a personal assault on the presidential candidate's character and business background. The Huffington Post's Sabrina Siddiqui discusses.
A shocking new report says Republican voter ID laws could disenfranchise three quarters of a million voters!
A new article from Mother Jones finds that UFO sightings are more common than voter fraud. In 10 years, 13 credible cases of in-person voter fraud were found, while there were 47,000 UFO sightings. So why are some states pushing for a solution to a voter problem that doesn't seem to exist? Rev. Al Sharpton explains.
And in the Big Finish, comedian Chris Rock tweets about slavery on Independence Day and the right wing can't stand it. Dr. James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies and Associate Professor of English at Lehigh University, responds tonight.
Ed is taking a few days off, but the always excellent Michael Eric Dyson will be filling in.
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