Tom Garrett, International Republican Institute, Vice President for Programs continues on the topic of the unrest in Egypt. He describes the possible political ramifications for the United States and the Middle East if the president is overthrown.
Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former Congressional Office Budget Director (2003-05) & Commissioner of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission shares the reasons why he and two other Commissioners did not agree with the conclusions of the final report, which was released this week. He also discusses the Congressional Budget Office report on the U.S. deficit.
Chip Pitts, Amnesty International USA, Former Chairman talks about the Patriot Act and his criticisms on the law. The Act expires later next month and is slated to be re-authorized by Congress. The civil liberties advocate is also a board member of the Bill of Rights Defense Committee.
9:15 - Mark Matthews, Orlando Sentinel, Reporter discusses how NASA’s mission will change following the conclusion of the Space Shuttle missions.