Friday Follow: Supreme Court ObamaCare Hearings, Anger Continues in Trayvon Martin Shooting Death, Bully is Bullied by Ratings Board

Friday, March 30, 2012

This week the Supreme Court’s scrutiny of President Obama’s signature piece of legislation dominated the headlines, but it wasn’t the only story out there. Anger over the perceived lack of justice in the Trayvon Martin shooting case continues to sweep the nation, and the controversial film "Bully" got bullied by the ratings board.

These stories and more are covered by our panel of Kai Wright, Editor of Colorlines, Ron Christie, Takeaway contributor and Republican political strategist and Art Caplan, Sydney D. Caplan Professor of Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania.

Guests:

Dr. Arthur Caplan, Ron Christie and Kai Wright

Comments [2]

listener

"Could" become politicized?!?! Um..too late.

This is the latest incident that "progressives" in politics and the media shamelessly exploit to forward a political agenda and when the exploitation becomes an embarrassment they are shocked...shocked that it is being politicized. Are we all supposed to be "civil" now like last year when a horrible tragedy was used and abused by the left to slander their opposition?

Mar. 30 2012 09:00 AM
Peg

The "healthy" debate about American health care is producing "unhealthy" Americans.

Mar. 30 2012 07:00 AM

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