The program that funds school lunch assistance for the nation's poorest children is under attack by right wing conservatives. Ed talks to Joel Berg about the possible cuts and how his organization is struggling to protect kids.
Ed Schultz is back, and he thinks it's time for Democrats to go for round two on health care reform. Even under the Affordable Care Act, 30 million Americans will still have no health insurance. Ed thinks that's simply not good enough.
When a guilty verdict was handed down in the Steubenville, Ohio rape case, members of the media sounded awfully apologetic toward the defendants. Host Michael Eric Dyson talks with political analyst Zerlina Maxwell, Salon’s Irin Carmon and University of Pennsylvania professor Salamisha Tillet about