Beginning at the 10 o'clock hour eastern time, I will be appearing on MSNBC's Jansing & Co. to discuss the IRS-Tea Party scandal and the Department of Justice's dragnet leaks investigation into the communications of journalists working at the Associated Press. My co-panelist will be the Washington Post's Dana Milbank, who has been quite critical of the two scandals and President Barack Obama's response to them.
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