Positive jobs numbers for a third month in a row, but then there's the price of gas. The race for the GOP nomination heads south -- literally -- for Tuesday's primaries in Mississippi and Alabama, with frontrunner Mitt Romney cruising the inevitability lane. Female voters flee the Republican Party, as advertisers flee Rush Limbaugh. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu visits with President Obama and comes away saying Israel will hold off on hitting Iran -- for now. And 20-something Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes picks up a magazine: the century-old New Republic. (Matthew Continetti and Chrystia Freeland join us as guest panelists.)
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