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- Hilary Rosen Democratic strategist, CNN contributor, managing director, SKDKnickerbocker, former president of the Record Industry Association of America
- Ron Fournier Editorial director at National Journal.
- Bill Allison Senior fellow, Sunlight Foundation
- Eleanor Clift Political writer, The Daily Beast. She is a regular panelist on the McLaughlin Group.
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