Up w/ Chris Hayes is back! On Saturday's show we'll be talking about what terrorism looks like today, with a focus on white supremacist organizations in the wake of last Sunday's shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin. We'll also discuss the presidential candidates' latest volleys over welfare reform. And we'll talk to the author of a damning new insider's account of the 2008 Wall Street bailout.
Joining Chris at 8am will be:
Ken Feinberg, former Special Master for TARP executive compensation and Special Master of the Federal September 11th Victim Compensation Fund of 2001. In 2010, Obama and BP appointed Feinberg to run the Gulf Coast Claims Facility, which administered pay claims for the BP oil spill.
Neil Barofsky (@neilbarofsky), former Special Inspector General in charge of oversight of TARP (Troubled Assets Relief Program) from 2008-2011. Author of "BailOut: An Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street."
Rinku Sen, president and executive director of the Applied Research Center (ARC) and Publisher of Colorlines.com. Author of "The Accidental American: Immigration and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization."
John McWhorter, professor of linguistics and American studies at Columbia University, contributing editor at The New Republic and Daily News columnist.
Avik Roy (@aviksaroy), Member of Mitt Romney's Health Care Policy Advisory Group and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Roy also writes The Apothecary, a Forbes blog on health-care and entitlement reform.
Jill Nelson, journalist and author of "Volunteer Slavery: My Authentic Negro Experience."
Amardeep Singh, co-founder and director of programs at the Sikh Coalition, the nation's largest Sikh civil rights organization. He is also a member of the White House Initiative & President's Advisory Commission on Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders.
Pete Simi, associate professor of criminology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Co-author of "American Swastika: Inside the White Power Movement's Hidden Spaces of Hate."
Amin Husain, former Wall Street corporate lawyer, current Occupy Wall Street activist, and editor of Tidal Magazine.
:: blogged by Katherine Guthrie (@kguth1130), a production assistant on Up w/ Chris Hayes ::