Salon’s Alex Pareene joins us to discuss Breitbart’s death and the political Internet he helped to create, the bizarre and fascinating ancestors of Mitt Romney, and a new round of Who’s More Objectionable? Plus, increasing wealth disparity back to pre-Crash rates, the Virginia statehouse protest, and the vegetarian food fest in NYC.
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