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Republicans in Congress sent a letter to Iran this week saying President Obama doesn't speak for them. Is it fair to call them traitors? We’ll never know exactly what was in Hillary Clinton’s letters, since she deleted half the emails from the personal server she used while she was at the State Department. Bob Scheer said we ordinary folk have our email monitored and government email is supposed to be made available to make government accountable. A federal jury called the song "Blurred Lines" a Marvin Gaye rip-off. Is this bad news for the music industry? The worst song of the week though came from the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at the University of Oklahoma, with a video of a racist chant. Keli Goff asks can we blame parents for a child's racism?

Josh Barro (New York Times) moderates from the Center. On the Left is Robert Scheer (TruthDig.com). Rich Lowry (National Review) is on the Right. Keli Goff (Daily Beast) is our special guest.

Photo: Secretary of State John Kerry sits with European leaders before a five-way discussion meeting focused on the Secretary's recent Iran nuclear negotiations, March 7, 2015. (Official State Department photo)

More:
McClatchy poll on Americans and Obama's foreign policy
Tim Wu on why the "Blurred Lines" copyright verdict should be thrown out
Goff on Obama being right, media wrong, on race
UCLA study on Hollywood diversity

Producers:
Laura Dine Million

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