On Sunday's Up w/ Chris Hayes, we'll examine what the president didn't say in his speech to the Democratic National Convention on Thursday. We'll talk about what President Obama's second term might look like, and how he might overcome an even more entrenched Republican opposition. We'll discuss the Democrats' cheering of President Obama's foreign policy record, and reflect on the refrain of "Bin Laden is dead" uttered so often at the DNC. And we'll take a deep dive into the new, data-driven secret science of campaigning, which is quietly revolutionizing American politics and could fundamentally alter the course of this presidential campaign.
Joining Chris tomorrow at 8am ET are:
Jeremy Scahill, (@jeremyscahill), national security correspondent for The Nation.
Walter Shapiro, (@waltershapiroPD) columnist for Yahoo News and the Columbia Journalism Review. He is currently covering his ninth presidential campaign.
Sasha Issenberg, columnist for Slate.com, Washington correspondent for the "Monocle," and author of "The Victory Lab: The Secret Science of Winning Campaigns."
Peter Beinart, (@open_zion) senior writer for Newsweek/Daily Beast and founder of the blog Open Zion.
Bob Shrum,(@BobShrum) democratic strategist, senior adviser to the 2004 Kerry-Edwards campaign and to the 2000 Gore presidential campaign, senior fellow at NYU's Graduate School of Public Service.
Hawaii Democratic Congressional candidate Tulsi Gabbard, former member of the Honolulu City Council and former Commission Commander and Captain of the Honolulu National Guard.
Michelle Goldberg, (@michelleinbklyn) senior contributing writer for Newsweek/Daily Beast and author of "The Means of Reproduction: Sex, Power and the Future of the World."
Chris Hughes, co-founder of Facebook, founder of Jumo.com, and chief digital organizer of the 2008 Barack Obama Presidential Campaign.
Jacob Hacker, professor of political science at Yale University and co-author of "The Prosperity Agenda: What the World Wants from America and What We Need in Return."
:: Blogged by Katherine Guthrie (@kguth1130), production assistant for Up w/ Chris Hayes ::