Oil Spill; AZ Immigration; Goldman-Sachs Hot Seat; Greece

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The oil well spewing 250,000 gallons of oil per day into the Gulf of Mexico is hitting shores and waterways now. There will be long-term environmental, policy and political consequences. Did Obama act fast enough? Is "Drill, Baby, Drill" over now? Who will pay the political price: Dems or GOP? That same question can be asked in light of the new Arizona immigration law….who wins, who loses? Calls for boycotts, May Day protests and more: will it stand a legal test? Tony says the language was carefully crafted to pass Supreme Court Constitutional scrutiny and believes it will be upheld. Even before the civil case was filed, it's now been revealed that there is a criminal investigation into Goldman Sachs' investment practices. Finally, will Greece turn the EuroZone toxic? (Arianna Huffington is away.)

Banner image: A Louisiana Heron flies above the fragile wetlands near the town of Venice, in the path of the oil spill that is creeping towards the coast of Louisiana on April 29, 2010. Photo: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images



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