Today's Radio Show

Wednesday the 23rd of April

The Ed Schultz Radio Show Broadcasts Live from the Northern Tier!

Larry Cohen, Preisdent of the Communications Workers of America, joins the 1st hour of Wednesday’s show to discuss the Trans Pacific Partnership.

Jane Kleeb, Director of Bold Nebraska, joins the 2nd hour of Wednesday’s show to discuss the Rallies in Washington against hte Kestone XL Pipeline.

Dr. James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies at LeHigh University, joins the 2nd hour of Wednesday’s show to discuss the Supreme Court’s ruling on Affirmative Action.

President Barack Obama arrived in Japan on Wednesday for the first part of his Asia trip that started with reassuring Tokyo of U.S. support in its bitter territorial dispute with China. We’ll give you the details.

The Supreme Court upheld Michigan’s ban on affirmative action Tuesday, but not without a blistering dissent from Justice Sonia Sotomayor. We’ll talk about it.

Cowboys, farmers, and native American tribes descended on the Mall on Tuesday as part of a protest against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline from Canada that could cross their lands in Nebraska and the Dakotas. We’ll bring you the latest.

We’ll have your calls and the latest news, Wednesday on The Ed Schultz Show.

Today's TV Show

Tuesday the 21st of January

A dark cloud hung over Gov. Christie’s second inauguration during a month plagued by scandal after scandal. Ed Schultz, Connie Schultz and Gene Robinson discuss.

What You Missed on TV

Tuesday the 23rd of April

A shocking amount of money is being spent on the special election for Congressman Trey Radel’s House seat. Marc Caputo of The Miami Herald and Mitch Ceasar of the Broward County Democratic party join Ed to weigh in.

What You Missed on Radio

Tuesday the 22nd of April

Mike Rogers, Managing Director for RawStory.Com, fills in for Big Eddie!

Anthony Swift, Energy Analyst with the Natural resources Defense Council, joins the 1st hour of Tuesday’s show to discuss the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Tony Ortega, Executive Editor of RawStory.Com, joins the 2nd hour of Tuesday’s show to discuss the news of the day.

Steve Clemons, Washington Editor-at-Large for the Atlantic, joins the 3rd hour of Tuesday’s show to discuss the situation in Ukraine.

David Gelber, Executive Producer of Showtime’s Years of Living Dangerously, joins the 3rd hour of Tuesday’s show to discuss the Showtime Series on Climate Change.

GOP strategist Karl Rove called the Obama administration’s latest delay in approving the Keystone XL pipeline a “stupid move” during Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” on Monday, accusing the president of using the delay to placate Democratic voters leading up to the 2014 midterm elections. We’ll talk about it.

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden told Ukrainian presidential candidates and members of parliament on Tuesday that Washington was ready to help Ukraine’s economy but warned them they must fight the “cancer” of endemic corruption. We’ll give you the details.

Environmental groups are marking the 44th Earth Day on Tuesday with an assault on the Keystone XL pipeline, greenhouse gas emissions and other issues related to climate change. We’ll bring you the latest.

We’ll have your calls and the latest news, Tuesday on The Ed Schultz Show.

The Latest

GOP Senate candidate mocks ‘war on women’

Terri Lynn Land, GOP candidate for Senate in Michigan, finds herself having to answer for anti-equal pay statements she made back in 2010. Terry O’Neill, President of the National Organization for Women, joins Ed Schultz to discuss.

Big money in Florida special primary

A shocking amount of money is being spent on the special election for Congressman Trey Radel’s House seat. Marc Caputo of The Miami Herald and Mitch Ceasar of the Broward County Democratic party join Ed to weigh in.

Rick Scott’s attempt to win the Latino vote

In Trenders, the First Family hosts the White House Easter Egg roll, while a teen runs away on a flight to Hawaii. Ed Schultz and Annette Teddeo discuss Rick Scott’s latest Spanish-language ad blitz.

Key victory in the fight against Keystone XL

President Obama announced the delay of the Keystone XL Pipeline while they wait for a crucial legal ruling in Nebraska. Ed Schultz and founder of Next Gen Climate, Tom Steyer, discuss the radical right-wing reaction.

Are conservative talkers ‘takers’?

POLITICO reports conservative groups spent $22 million to sponsor right wing talkers. Ed Schultz, Ken Vogel and Holland Cooke discuss.

Team Ed

Not a Sister!

This little guy REALLY didn’t want a sister.