(WJBK) - Part 1: Politically motivated Virginia shooting
The Alexandria, Virginia shooting as well as the shooter and his motives of targeting the GOP are the focus tonight.
Did the political name-calling and personal insults lead to the violence? But did the shooting also make us realize we're all partly to blame.
On the panel:
Jamie Roe former chief of staff for former congresswoman Candice Miller, co-founder of his own political firm.
Dr. Gerald Shiener, psychiatrist.
Jimmy "JJ" Johnson, WOMC DJ and conservative pundit
Karen Dumas, Superstation 910 AM host, political insider and media expert
Part 2: Chaldeans rounded up by ICE for deportation
Dozens of Detroit area Chaldeans rounded up by immigration agents.
The feds call them criminals who must be deported. But their families complain that sending them back home is a death sentence.
On the panel:
Steve Konja, small business owner whose brother is among those detained by ICE agents
Martin Manna, Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce
Bill Nalu, a small business owner, an immigrant who came with his family from Baghdad at the age of seven.
Mary Anne Miller, an activist and member of the Michigan chapter of 9-12, a group committed to conservative causes.
Part 3: On the Road
Charlie Langton asks metro Detroiters if the political tension has gotten too mean.