The Tea Party is at a crossroads. Two years after it burst onto the national stage, there is no clear second act. Guest host Judy Muller looks at whether the Tea Party can survive as a potent force in American politics. Will it live within the Republican coalition or choose to hold fast to its small-government philosophy? After taking a hit in the elections and a drop in its approval ratings in the polls, can the Tea Party learn to compromise? Also, Michigan's Right-to-Work bill heads to the governor's desk, and the real-life heroine of the CIA hunt for Bin Laden is the inspiration for a new film. But her career isn't following a Hollywood script.
Banner image: Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina speaking at the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, June 17, 2011. Photo by Gage Skidmore