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A reversal of fortune for Democrats

A reversal of fortune for Democrats

11/09/11 07:00PM

Time Magazine’s Mark Halperin and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown talk about Tuesday’s election results and how they will affect President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign. watch

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11/09/11 09:23AM

Landslide! Ohio voters overwhelmingly rejected the anti-union laws put on the books earlier this year by Republican governor John Kasich. The vote was 62% to 38% and it's a reminder of just how strong big labor can be in a state like Ohio -- and a hopeful sign for President Obama heading into next November.  read more

Why the Tea Party is hurting Republicans

11/08/11 08:00PM

The Republican Party is paying for its deal with the Tea Party.The Tea Party helped the Republicans win control of the House last year. John Boehner holds the Speakership because of that deal but the deal is undermining the chances of the Republicans to win in 2012. Tea Partiers don't like taxes, don't like the government taxes finance, and don’t like government, period. This explains, as I've said before, why the Tea Partiers don't believe in leaders; don't believe in having leaders. Why have leaders if you don't want them to govern?No. read more

Penn State community rocked by scandal

Penn State community rocked by scandal

11/08/11 07:00PM

Rep. Patrick Meehan, R-Pa., and radio host Michael Smerconish share their thoughts on the charges brought against former coach Jerry Sandusky, who is accused of sexually abusing eight boys over a span of 15 years. watch

Cain clears the air

Cain clears the air

11/08/11 07:00PM

A Hardball panel talks about the mounting pressure surrounding Herman Cain and whether his response has hurt his campaign. watch

Conservatives stand against Romney

Conservatives stand against Romney

11/08/11 07:00PM

Democratic strategist Bob Shrum and Republican strategist Steve Schmidt debate how Mitt Romney can gain the support of the three quarters of Republican voters who aren’t standing with him. watch

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