Tonight’s “Politics Panel” talks Hillary Clinton’s attack of Obama, how Fox has distorted Obama’s record on the economy and the riots and unrest in Ferguson, MO. Thom discusses how the Keystone Pipeline’s climate impact could be four times greater than the State Department claimed with Public Citizen’s Tyson Slocum and gay marriage with Gregory T. Angelo of the Log Cabin Republicans. In tonight’s “Daily Take” Thom discusses how “Meet the Press” can once again be great.
Thom discusses the crisis in Iraq with retired U.S. Army Colonel Ann Wright, Middle East Professor Edmund Ghareeb and American Friends Service Committee’s Raed Jarrar. Salon’s Thomas Frank discusses how centrism is hurting the Democratic Party and in tonight's “Daily Take” Thom discusses the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Peggy is the Chairperson of the Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy (the JUCCCE). She is internationally-recognized for her expertise on China's sustainability efforts - and is also an advisor to the World Economic Forum Project Board on Sustainable Consumption. Peggy has been honored as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader - a Time Magazine Hero of the Environment- a Forbes "Woman to Watch in Asia" - and one of China's top 50 innovative business leaders by China Business News Weekly. In 2007 - she organized the MIT Forum on the Future of Energy in China - which at the time was the first public dialogue between US and Chinese government officials on clean energy in China. China and the United States are the world's two biggest powers and polluters- so how important is an open dialogue between the two superpowers when it comes to combatting global warming and climate change?
You need to know this... Support for Donald Trump's campaign is still growing nationally, and in early primary states, but he's not just gaining support in early primary states. A new poll from Florida shows that Trump is leading Jeb by 6 percentage points - and he's leading Rubio by 16 points.