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Why it might come down to Newt

11/07/11 08:00PM

Thanks to the horrendous news today the Republican Party finds itself at wit's end. If voters believe the account given by Sharon Bialek today, they cannot possibly want Herman Cain as President.Yet the same forces that drove Cain to lead in the polls will continue to undermine Mitt Romney. Hard conservatives do not accept Romney as one of their own. They see him as quite willing to become a Northeast moderate, even a liberal. read more

Why the GOP should panic

Why the GOP should panic

11/07/11 07:00PM

NBC’s Chuck Todd and the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza talk about the latest NBC News/WSJ poll that shows President Barack Obama beating a generic Republican in a head-to-head match-up. watch

Let Me Start...

11/07/11 09:12AM

Can Cain survive? Herman Cain says he's moving on, but have the voters? A new Reuters poll shows his support is weakening, a fellow Republican presidential candidate says Cain has more explaining to do and Politico reports that Cain is beginning to be written off. Mitt Romney, man of the people? Check out this funny account of a woman who sat next to Romney on a flight from Jacksonville to Boston. read more

Matthews: Obama needs to give us 'purpose'

11/04/11 08:00PM

A poll published last year asked people to name the president they would most like to see added to the four now on Mount Rushmore. Whom do we want up there with Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and, most of all, Teddy Roosevelt? Most said Kennedy.President Obama promised us a presidency like Kennedy's, a transformative one.  But to win a second term, the only way he'll achieve this goal, is to paint a picture of what he intends to do with that extended lease on his presidency. He needs to give us purpose.We knew what Kennedy wanted to do, where he was going. read more

Ohio governor fumbles

Ohio governor fumbles

11/04/11 08:00PM

Sideshow: Rallying support for a controversial piece of anti-union legislation Gov. John Kasich made a football analogy about former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar that proved to be false. watch

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