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10/18/11 09:21AM

Debate night tonight... and the biggest question facing the Republican presidential field was posed by Politico: Is Herman Cain serious? He's the frontrunner in the polls in part because he has no experience in elected office. But is he a serious candidate? Occupy Wall Street... Here's a question for the protesters: What does victory... read more

SNL pokes fun at Cain

SNL pokes fun at Cain

10/17/11 08:00PM

Sideshow: Saturday Night Live targeted the most recent GOP debate over the weekend, along with the accusation that Herman Cain’s economic plan is just “too” simple. watch

Matthews: 'Negativity spouts negativity'

10/17/11 08:00PM

It's hard to go positive when your movement is based on a negative.Isn't that the problem with the tea party?   All their passion and energy, their very roots, are built on a "not" - "not" liking Obama, "not" liking taxes, even on the wealthy, "not" liking the government, "not" liking... read more

Let Me Start...

10/17/11 09:26AM

President Obama heads off on a bus trip to two red states he turned blue... North Carolina and Virginia. What's it going to take for the president to keep both states in his column next year? If he can do it, he should be able to win re-election. As the Occupy Wall Street movement grows in number and intensity, we're watching the... read more

Cain mistakes flavor

Cain mistakes flavor

10/14/11 08:00PM

Sideshow: After Sarah Palin dubbed his as “flavor of the week,” Herman Cain turned the tables calling himself – the “black walnut,” his favorite Haagen Dazs flavor. However, that flavor doesn’t exist. watch

Race relations and America

Race relations and America

10/14/11 08:00PM

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Mo., and the Washington Post’s Nia-Malika Henderson share their thoughts on Herman Cain’s comments that America is beyond color. watch

Bringing real change to America

Bringing real change to America

10/14/11 08:00PM

Hardball’s Chris Matthews talks about the Occupy Wall Street protests and says if nothing gets done, those protestors “will be no better than some of the people occupying seats in Congress.” watch

Bringing real change to America

10/14/11 08:00PM

Freedom of Assembly. It's right there in the Constitution; in fact, right there in the first amendment.  It's part of the Bill of Rights.And there we have it now, people assembling on the streets of downtown Manhattan - right in the shadow of Wall Street - to say they don't like the way things are going in this country."Joe... read more

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