SOPA blackout a ‘resounding success’

­Today is a day of protest against the Stop Online Piracy and Protect Internet Privacy Acts, and we’ll give you a breakdown of who’s taking part and how. Alexis Ohanian, founder of Reddit, talks about whether online activism and the tech industry will be able to beat the entertainment industry on this legislation. Then, there's a feverish debate on the left over President Obama’s record and policies. So will they still choose him in 2012 in order to keep Republicans out of executive power, or will the President find himself in trouble come November? Also, Rolling Stone's Michael Hastings had the rare opportunity to sit down with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange for a one-on-one interview; he joins the show to discuss. And then, don’t miss Happy Hour.