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Today on Your Call: Friday Media Roundtable
On today’s Your Call, it’s our Friday media roundtable. This week, we’ll have a conversation about the recently signed Jobs Act, which the White House says will create jobs. Critics say it legalizes stock market fraud. We’ll also discuss the ongoing foreclosure crisis, and North Korea's decision to fire a long-range missile. We’ll be joined by the Huffington Post’s Micheal MacCuliff, Propublica’s Paul Kiel and the Christina Science Monitor’s Don Kirk joins us from Seoul, South Korea. What was your story of the week? It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.
Michael McAuliff, senior congressional correspondent for Huffington Post
Paul Kiel, reporter with ProPublica, a nonprofit investigative news organizatio
Don Kirk, Korea Correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor.
Don Kirk, Christian Science Monitor: How failed North Korea rocket could lead to a fresh nuclear test
Tim Sullivan, Associated Press: Wrong turn grants glimpse behind North Korean curtain
Paul Kiel, Propublica: The Great American Foreclosure Story: The Struggle for Justice and a Place to Call Home
Michael McAuliff, The Huffington Post: Tim Kaine: Buffett Rule Is Not Big Enough
Matt Taibii, Rolling Stone: Why Obama's JOBS Act Couldn't Suck Worse
Ryan Grim, Huffington Post: Obama JOBS Act Leaves Labor Fuming In Democratic Feud