Peter King's Muslim witch hunt

­Hearings on Muslim radicalization happened today on the hill. So it's no longer a question of “will this divide communities?” it's already doing just that. So is Muslim radicalization a real issue in America or is this a witch hunt. We are now hearing the drum beat for war with Libya, and it's coming from both sides of the political aisle. So has everyone gone completely crazy? Alyona discusses with Lawrence Wilkerson, the former chief of staff to Colin Powell. In our Show and Tell, we ask what the US response will be if the government of Saudi Arabia violently cracks down on protesters. You can respond to us on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.

Johnnie Baston was convicted of killing a Toledo store owner and became the first prisoner in US history to given the surgical sedative Pentobarbital as a stand-alone execution drug, which is primarily used to put animals to sleep. Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin were able to pass legislation to strip public sector unions of their collective-bargaining rights by stripping the original bill of its fiscal measures and passing only the collective-bargaining measure, which didn't need a 20-member quorum. But wasn't this supposed to be about the budget deficit, the fiscal problems of Wisconsin, and not union busting? Alyona discusses with Ana Kasparian of the Young Turks. AOL announced that 900 people worldwide would be cut from the company. Some writers are now going on strike. Alyona discusses with one of those writers, Bill Lasarow the publisher and co-editor of Visual Art Source.