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Coming up this evening at 9 p.m., "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes a charter member of the famed Baldwin clan, 49-year-old William.
The second-youngest of the four brothers, "Billy" Baldwin offers his perspective on older brother Alec's potential political future:
"On one level, I think it's very real. He's very committed, he's very bright, and knowledgeable, and I think he could do it, and he could run," says the star of such films as "Flatliners" and "Backdraft." "On the other hand, I'm not quite sure if he's cut from the proper cloth, because it requires a lot of tolerance, and a lot of patience."
A former congressional aide on Capitol Hill, tonight's guest was a political science major at Binghamton University, with strong views on the current state of the nation. Though he classifies himself as a Barack Obama supporter, and would "definitely" like to see the incumbent reelected, he says he's been disappointed "on a number of levels" with the performance of the president: FULL POST
On Monday evening, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed the return of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, and the Republican from Minnesota stayed true to form, bringing along her trademark blend of feisty politics and charming rhetoric.
On the heels of last week's Supreme Court ruling upholding Obamacare, Piers Morgan suggested that medical insurance was in many ways analogous to car insurance. The former GOP presidential candidate did not see it that way:
"No one is forced to buy a car," insisted Bachmann. "You don't have to buy a car. But if you buy a car, you need to be responsible and have insurance. But in America, this isn't a matter of buying something. This is being forced to purchase a product that government tells us to."
Proving that the program is nothing short of flexible, and comfortable covering a variety of topics, the episode later switched gears from medical to musical, welcoming Glenn Frey.
Joining the host live, and in person, the founding member of the "Eagles" shared his insight into the evolution of his industry, comparing the current process of record promotion to the process he experienced when he first entered the music business:
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