It was June 28, 2009 that the legally elected president of Honduras was overthrown in a coup. By then we had a new and different president, so what has the US done differently this time? Anything? Guest is Alex Main, senior associate with the Center for Economic and Policy Research, specializing in US foreign policy in the region.
And on the second half of the show, in the wake of the US Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act, Charles Mahtesian, National Politics Editor for Politico looks at the potential pitfalls for down-ticket Democrats in the fall elections. Once again, it’s easy for the Republicans to scare people with simple, and deceptive, ads, and difficult for Democrats to communicate what it really is.

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