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'Ed Show' playbook: Fri., Mar. 30

Bill O’Reilly slips up and agrees that Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law is an impediment to the Trayvon Martin investigation.

Tonight, Ed Schultz will challenge O’Reilly to get his Republican pals to do something about it.

Natalie Jackson, attorney for Trayvon Martin’s family, and Jonathan Capehart, MSNBC Contributor and Washington Post Opinion Writer, will join Ed for that.

Paul Ryan endorses Mitt Romney and gives voters an undeniable choice: vote for Mitt and you can kiss Medicare goodbye.  Eugene Robinson, MSNBC Analyst and Associate Editor and Pulitzer Prize winning Columnist for the Washington Post, will discuss Romney's radical alliance.

President Obama let it fly today in Vermont as the Dow hit another new high.  Ed will ask Democratic strategist Bob Shrum what it means for Obama’s re-election campaign. 

There’s nothing but bad news out of the Badger State today for union-busting Gov. Scott Walker.  The walker recall is now officially set and new polling shows the people are not standing with Walker.  Ed will check in with Ruth Coniff, Political Editor for The Progressive Magazine.

As he racks up endorsements on his way to the nomination, mitt's spreading lies about the president in a new ad.  Dr. Caroline Heldman, Professor of Politics at Occidental University, will weigh in on the GOP's truth problem.

And the Big Finish tonight, the Mega Millions jackpot is a record setting $640 million. Ed reveals his plans for the cash with a Romney twist!

It's going to be another packed @EdShow at 8pET on @msnbctv.

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