July 16 - Romney's Money and Money Men in Trouble; Restoring Wealth, Not Jobs, Is the Priority; Mini Skirts, Mickey Mouse and the Mystery Madam

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Part 1

We begin with an analysis of how bad things could get for Mitt Romney as the slow drip about his tenure at Bain Capital, how much money he made, what taxes he paid, and how much of his wealth has been hidden continues. Jacob Heilbrunn, a Senior Editor at The National Interest joins us to discuss this, as well as news that Romney’s biggest Super PAC donor Sheldon Adelson might be in big trouble. jacob heilbrunn


Part 2

Then we look into the “jobs” and “job creator” narrative that has been and presumably will be again, a central issue in this year’s presidential campaign. The Editor-in-Chief of the Washington Monthly magazine Paul Glastris joins us to discuss how the lack of jobs did not create the great recession that has wiped out 40% of the average family’s wealth, and that the campaign should be about how the middle class can get out from under ruinous debt and rebuild its wealth.

paul glastriss


Part 3

Then finally we look into the firing of the head of North Korea’s military and some of the recent surreal happenings in the hermit kingdom with Sue Mi Terry, the former Deputy National Intelligence Officer for East Asia at the National Intelligence Council and the Director of Japan, Korea and Oceanic Affairs at the National Security Council. She joins us to discuss mini-skirts, Mickey Mouse and the mysterious woman accompanying the boy emperor.

sue terry
  MUSIC: Lynard Skynard - Money Man; Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues; Bright Eyes - Light Pollution; Mickey Mouse Club Theme