New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg wanted to be mayor of New York, but figured he couldn't win the Democratic primary. Once elected, he became an independent. But now, Bloomberg wants to reprise his role as a Republican.
Also, the impeached governor of Illinois hopes to land a part on a television show, while federal prosecutors may be taking another look at Jesse Jackson Jr.
Ken Rudin, political editor and Political Junkie blogger for NPR
J.P. Freire, managing editor of The American Spectator
Glenn Reynolds, law professor at the University of Tennessee, who recently wrote on article on tax day tea parties for The Wall Street Journal