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Saturday's Guests (July 14): The Farm Bill, outsourcing and Obama's re-election strategy

On Saturday's show, we'll discuss the politics of the Farm Bill, and proposed cuts to the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program. We'll also examine the charges President Obama and Mitt Romney have leveled at each other over outsourcing. And we'll examine the broader question of the President's re-election strategy, including whether he's focusing closely enough on the middle class.

Joining Chris at 8am EST on MSNBC will be:

Mark Bittman (@bittman), food columnist for The New York Times and author of several books including "Food Matters: A Guide to Conscious Eating with More Than 75 Recipes" and "How to Cook Everything: Simple Recipes for Great Food."

James Carville, lead strategist for Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential election campaign, political science professor at Tulane University, and co-author of "It's the Middle Class Stupid."

Katrina Vanden Heuvel (@katrinanation), editor and publisher of The Nation magazine and author of "The Change I Believe In: Fighting for Progress in the Age of Obama."

Myra Sanchez, a member of the East Harlem Food Action Board and food stamp recipient.

Debbie Palacios, a former food stamp recipient and current applicant, as well as a volunteer for Food Stamp Outreach and Food Bank for Monmouth and Ocean Counties of New Jersey.

L. Joy Williams (@ljoywilliams), political strategist and founder of LJW Community Strategies, co-host of "This Week in Blackness Radio."

Joel Berg, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, executive director of NYC Coalition Against Hunger, author of "All You Can Eat: How Hungry is America?" and former USDA Coordinator of Community Food Security.

Seth Bixby Daugherty, Food & Wine Magazine's Best New Chef 2005, former food stamp recipient, founder of the Minnesota affiliate of Share our Strength and co-founder of the Real Food Initiatives, which aims to overhaul school lunch menus nationwide.

George Naylor, a corn and soybean farmer from Iowa, a member of Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, and former president of the National Family Farm Coalition.

:: Blogged by Katherine Guthrie (@kguth1130), production assistant for Up w/ Chris Hayes ::