This morning, "Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien" is live at 7am Eastern. Today, Soledad talks with panelists TheBlaze.com contributor Will Cain, political comedian John Fugelsang and former USS Cole Commander Kirk Lippold, author of "Front Burner". Today's stories include:
* Romney prepared to solidify lead as five states hold primaries
* Saints deny ESPN's eavesdropping allegations against GM Loomis
* Florida city commission rejects police chief's resignation in Trayvon Martin case
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[UPDATED 8:07am ET] Attorney Teddy Gordon says last thing we need is to have 10 year olds going to court to protect themselves. #bullying
[UPDATED 7:50am ET] Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz says it's 'entirely reasonable' Speaker Boehner & GOP could lose control of the House in November. She says Obama's priority is to move economy forward, fairness on tax code reform. GOP 'obsessed' with taking care of rich. When asked about rocker Ted Nugent's comments about her, she says 'sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me.'
[UPDATED 7:41am ET] Is the left side your best side? I think we all agree our gentlemanly panel looks great on both sides!
[UPDATED 7:32am ET] Former NFL player Dan Marino says he would hate to think Mickey Loomis would eavesdrop for the New Orleans Saints, says he hates to see this kind of thing going on in the league.