Sunday, October 28, 2012

Bill Maher's overtime, Ep. 264 October 26, 2012

The Panel

Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA) was Chair of the House Financial Services Committee from 2007-2010 and oversaw the passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. He recently responded to the Log Cabin Republicans’ endorsement of Mitt Romney in a video for the "Mitt Gets Worse" campaign.

The Panel:

Chrystia Freeland is the author of Plutocrats and the Global Editor-At-Large of Thomson Reuters. Earlier this month, Freeland wrote an opinion piece on government efficiency called "For Government, It Is Not Just Size That Matters."

Twitter: @cafreeland

Eliot Spitzer is the former Governor of New York (D) and host of Current TV's "Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer." His take on the third and final presidential debate appears on Slate.

Michael Steele is the former Chair of the Republican National Committee and a frequent contributor to MSNBC. His website is

Twitter: @Steele_Michael

Nate Silver will join the panel mid-show. He is the creator of and author of The Signal and the Noise. Silver stirred up some controversy in his recent blog post, "Gallup vs. the World", in which he highlighted the poor track record of the Gallup national tracking polls.

Twitter: @fivethirtyeight

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