Tonight at 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT), as per tradition, The Independents will be serving up Red Meat Wednesday on Fox Business Network, starting off with the Supreme Court decision that's turning your Twitter feed into a demonstration of schizophrenia, McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission. On to discuss what lifting the caps of aggregated individual contributions to federal candidates and political action committees means in the English language, let alone for the future of democracy herself, are Party Panelists Nick "Nick" Gillespie and Jehmu "Define American" Greene. The duo will also take circuitous routes to such stories as the Boy Scouts bouncing a gay troop leader, a Kansas high school inviting only black kids to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) saying that the Republican Party needs to get "beyond deportation."
Beloved Fox Business hero John Stossel will talk about his upcoming special on gambling hypocrisy; beloved Swedish person Johan Norberg will talk about how income inequality can be reflective of good economic indicators, and the show's three co-hosts will spend some time unloading on Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. And yes, back by unpopular demand is Two Minutes Hate, which I'm betting early might contain some material from last night's hostile open thread….