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"President" Boehner Calls Shots on Debt & Immigration as Erickson/Alter Clash & Concur

By: Mark Green Erick and Jonathan butt heads on the issues of the Debt Ceiling and Immigration. "No path to citizenship -- no GOP path to the White House." But the two then find consensus on NFL gay play, ex-felons voting, blaming Hillary...Show More Summary

BOTH SIDES NOW: Lowry/Reagan on Benghazi and Colorado Going Up in Smoke

By: Mark Green Progeny of Reagan and Buckley (Ron Reagan and Rich Lowry of National Review) agree it's now best to legalize/regulate/tax pot. As Colorado goes... Also, the Right is sticking to its story: Benghazi's a coverup about al Qaeda. Show More Summary

BOTH SIDES NOW: Obamacares, Popenomics, Bill O'Really?

By Mark Green Mary Matalin and Jonathan Alter debate whether Obamacare's Relaunch retook the health offensive and can revive it. Mary then describes what a Catholic conservative thinks about a Pope attacking "trickle down" policies and Limbaugh attacking the Pope for "pure Marxism." Also: What War on Xmas? LISTEN HERE: On the Re-Launch of Obamacare. Show More Summary

BOTH SIDES NOW: Can Obama Sway Libs Loathing Iraq or Cons Loathing Him?

By Mark Green Tuesday night Obama bets his presidency for a third time (auto bailout, OBL raid). Will war-weary liberals really reject his pledge that Syria's not Iraq? Will hawks who supported an invasion over rumored WMD now oppose...Show More Summary

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Barack on Trayvon and Spitzer on Spitzer

Erick Erickson and Eliot Spitzer debate the impact of The Trial on race and justice. Is refusing to even talk about race a form of "colorblind racism?" Then: amateur boxer Harry Reid TKO's Mitch McConnell on the filibuster and Eliot compares the week he resigned to his relaunch week -- solitude vs. tsunami.

Charlotte Robinson: Richard Bowes Talks About His New Novel and LGBT Issues (AUDIO)

Dust Devil on a Quiet Street takes readers on an amazing ride. It's like traveling in a time machine through 50 years of gay life in New York City. Bowes shares everything from coming to terms with his sexuality to his struggle with overcoming years of substance abuse.

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Sex, Substance and Spitzer

Shrum & Reagan debate why some survive scandal (Jefferson, Clinton) while others don't (Hart, Edwards). And there's unanimity that Morsi ouster is least worst option for Egypt, U.S., Democracy. And: Can Hillary be too old if Dutch wasn't?

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Gay Marriage, Black Voters and Roberts's Radicals-in-Robes

Ron Reagan and Erick Erickson debate judicial matters after the DOMA and VRA decisions. But there's a larger subtext -- is Obama's center-left country and Roberts's hard-right Court moving toward a collision? Then, Obama tries to cool off the planet and the frenzy over Snowden.

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: After 9/11, Is Obama's NSA Really a Version of Hoover's FBI?

Talk about 'Beyond Right & Left' -- when Franken-Rove clash with Scahill-Beck over the NSA program, knee-jerkers are confused. So Huffington & Matalin debate domestic snooping not by Hoover against protestors in the '60s but by Obama after 9/11 and Boston. Is Snowden an Ellsberg or Manning?

Charlotte Robinson: New Play Unbroken Circle a Family Affair (AUDIO)

This week I talked with Broadway veteran Seth Rudetsky about the new play Unbroken Circle he has produced. Set in 1970 Galveston, Texas, it is the story of a family brought together for the first time in years on the day of its patriarch's funeral.

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Scandals-without-Headines I: Constitution-Gate!

Show trials and screw-ups do not make for true "scandals." But what about GOP efforts to in effect deny the original intent of Article II when it comes to Obama's constitutional power to name judges? Spitzer & Matalin debate this as well as the NSA and Rice-Power appointments.

Charlotte Robinson: Michael Musto Talks LGBT Issues and Journalism Trends (AUDIO)

This week I talked with Michael Musto, the legendary NYC club and celebrity reporter whose weekly gossip column "La Dolce Musto," which ran in The Village Voice for 28 years, came to an abrupt end. We talked about the future of journalism and his spin on LGBT issues.

Man Who Helped Free Kidnapped Cleveland Women Gets Free Burgers for Life

Now entitled to the works. Charles Ramsey was sitting on his front porch eating a Big Mac one Monday evening earlier this month when he came to the aid of Amanda Berry, her daughter, and two other women. They were later revealed to be the kidnapping victims of local bus driver Ariel Castro. Show More Summary

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: The InsaneStream Media Says 'It's the Scandals, Stupid'

What a week for Republicans! It started with Obama fighting off simultaneous scandals and 24 coming back this Fall. But as Spitzer and Reagan discuss, by Friday the Scandals Scorecard revealed more smoke than fire. Who'll tell FOX?

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Reacting to Bomb and Gun Violence

Reagan and Clarke share their reactions in personally terrorizing situations -- Ron after his father was shot, Torie at the Pentagon on 9/11 -- and how public officials should respond to violence. Good: "stay calm and carry on" like Deval. Bad: overreact w/ Iraq & torture. Ugly: vote for gun deaths.

HuffPost Radio: BOTH SIDES NOW: Spitzer and Matalin on Weiner, Clinton, Newtown v. NRA

Eliot Spitzer and Mary Matalin clash over four hot topics: Can Weiner run after his spectacle of contrition? Does dynasty = destiny for Caroline, Chelsea, Hillary? Is Obama now entitled to a grand bargain? Will Newtown parents out-lobby the NRA?

Charlotte Robinson: LISTEN: Straight And Gay Celebrity Moms Talk LGBT Equality At The GLAAD Media Awards

I spoke with actress and model Milla Jovovich, Jersey Shore's Snooki, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo's Mama June, The Real Housewives of New York's Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, and Jennifer Tyrrell, who was ousted as den leader of her son's Boy Scout troop because she's gay.

Charlotte Robinson: LISTEN: Tony Winner Levi Kreis Talks Returning To His LGBT Roots

Kreis became a Broadway star overnight as Jerry Lee Lewis in Million Dollar Quartet, which garnered him a Tony. Now he returns to his LGBT roots with his new single, "So Much Better," which sets the tone for a new chapter in his career that directly speaks to LGBT history.

Lincoln Mitchell: The Next Yankee World Series Team

The Yankees are in sufficiently bad shape that even a great year by Rivera will not bring them back to the World Series. Moreover, Rivera is not the only aging Yankee seeking to recover from an injury.

Mash-Up: March 4, 2013

- A New York City panel featuring Gov. Andrew Cuomo, which is set to discuss his efforts to pass a bill publicly finance elections in New York, has abruptly been closed to the press. The Friday morning event, sponsored in part by good government groups such as the Brennan Center, was being advertised to the media last week as open to the press. Show More Summary

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