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Obama speaks at UN, teachers go Republican and more on 2012.

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In Part 1, we discuss the aftermath of the Chicago teachers strike and why some teachers unions are looking to Republicans going forward. In Part 2, we'll review President Obama's speech to the United Nations, get an in-depth look at the White House's MIddle East policy and discuss Mitt Romney's criticism of it. Joining the discussion will be Walid Phares, senior advisor on foreign policy and national security to Mitt Romney. In Part 3, we get the lodown on the latest challenge against a new photo voter ID law, this time in South Carolina. We'll talk to Garrard Beeney, lead attorney for the civil rights groups and individual South Carolinians challenging the law.

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