Hundreds of journalists around the world have been digging through millions of secret documents obtained from Appleby, a Bermuda-based firm that helps wealthy elites avoid paying taxes. On today's show we'll go to the UK to speak with Liz Nelson of the Tax Justice Network for an understanding of the document dump that's being dubbed the Paradise Papers. Then, a little covered aspect of the GOP's tax reform plan is a weakening of the Johnson Amendment - a law that bars non-profit organizations from endorsing political candidates. Rob Boston of Americans United for Separation of Church and State will explain how the Trump administration and GOP want to carve out an exception just for religious organizations interested in politicking. Finally, Pulitzer-prize winning reporter Wesley Lowery joins us to discuss his book which became a New York Times bestseller last year - They Can't Kill Us All: The Story of the Struggle for Black Lives which is just now out in paperback.