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On Hardball tonight: The Great Democratic Debate

10/03/11 05:59PM

Tonight, at 7 pm ET,  I want you to stay right here on msnbc for the Great Democratic Debate: Should President Obama run for re-election as a passionate progressive, daring to be cared radical by his enemies?  Should he shoot the moon like FDR in 1936?Or should he head closer to the middle, stake out common ground with independents, warning against the radicalism of the right?  Should he play it shrewd like Clinton in 1996? Think of the stakes. read more

Coming up on Hardball...

10/03/11 04:33PM

Tune in tonight for the latest on Rick Perry (Does he want to invade Mexico?), the Wall Street protesters (Are they the Left’s answer to the Tea Party?), Chris Christie (Will he or won’t he?) and the al-Awlaki killing (Was it legal?).  We’ll get into all these questions and more tonight on “Hardball.” Don’t miss it! read more

Economy blame game

Economy blame game

09/30/11 08:00PM

Who is really responsible for the struggling economy: President Obama or the man he inherited it from? The Washington Post’s Nia Malika Henderson and MSNBC political analyst Alex Wagner discuss. watch

Hardball Great Democratic Debate

Hardball Great Democratic Debate

09/30/11 08:00PM

Michael Moore and an all star panel join Chris Matthews to ask one question: How should President Obama run for re-election? The Great Democratic Debate. A live, one hour special. Monday, October 3rd at 7:00pm on MSNBC. watch

Smerconish and the President

Smerconish and the President

09/30/11 08:00PM

President Obama spoke with MSNBC Political Analyst Michael Smerconish today about the economy, the war on terror, and making sure no one is disenfranchised in the upcoming election. Smerconish joins Hardball to discuss the interview. watch

Coming up on Hardball...

09/30/11 04:59PM

Anwar al-Alwaki, the radical U.S.-born cleric and al-Qaeda leader has been killed in Yemen. On the heels of the bin Laden takedown, how can critics say President Obama is weak on terrorism—or that the GOP is the party of national defense? Obama and international security is our top story tonight, and NBC Terrorism Analyst Evan Kohlmann and msnbc Political Analyst Richard Wolffe join us. A majority of Americans think Former President George W. Bush is to blame for the country’s economy—and that’s consistent of public opinion in years past. How far can Bush-blame reach? read more

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