On The Independents: Justin Amash on the Secret Surveillance Bill, Bernie Sanders on Economics, Andy Levy & Jimmy Failla on Torture, Guns, License Plates, Rick Perry, and Sony; and Me on Rolling Stone
Tonight's episode of The Independents (Fox Business Network, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, with repeats three and five hours later) features interviews with two Capitol Hill stalwarts who are part of that left-right grassroots coalition you sometimes hear about when the National Security Agency almost gets defunded or whatnot.
First up is Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), who will talk about a terrifying blanket-surveillance bill that passed Congress this week with little fanfare (read Amash slam the bill on his Facebook page). Later in the show, socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) will tussle with Kennedy over economic policy and his presidential aspirations.
Party Panel is Red Eye co-host TV's Andy Levy and comedian Jimmy Failla, who will talk about precisely what I mention in the headline of this post, only with more verve and wit. And the hostess and I shall discuss how journalistic catastrophes like the Rolling Stone gang-rape article happen.