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Boehner denies deal

Boehner denies deal

07/21/11 08:00PM

Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., explains whether Congress is any closer to reaching a debt deal and whether political posturing is prolonging it. watch

What did Wendi Murdoch know about Pie-gate?

07/21/11 08:00PM

by Michael Smerconish, Hardball guest hostAllow me to share a lingering thought about what happened in the U.K. with the Tuesday testimony of Rupert and James Murdoch.I’m a bit of a cynic, but no a conspiracy guy. I think Oswald killed Kennedy and acted alone. I abhor those who float the notion that 9/11 was an inside job and I lamented the... read more

Coming up on Hardball...

07/21/11 04:12PM

Tune in to Hardball tonight with guest host Michael Smerconish!Up first: Deal or no deal? The New York Times reported rumors this afternoon that President Obama and GOP leaders are cutting a deal that would decrease the debt by three trillion dollars over the next decade, cut agency spending and make changes to entitlement programs… but notably,... read more

Let Me Start...

07/21/11 08:33AM

Here's what we're looking at this Thursday morning: The Debt Standoff: As Senators from both sides start to coalesce around the Gang of Six proposal, what will House Republicans do? So far, Majority Leader Eric Cantor and the Tea Party wing are signaling pretty clearly that they won't vote for a plan that increases revenues by... read more

Matthews on why the GOP won't compromise

07/20/11 08:00PM

Let me finish tonight with Ronald Reagan.People make a mistake when they overdo this thing about the Great Communicator being the Great Compromiser.When he met with Mikhail Gorbachev he didn't give on missile defense.  He despised the very notion of mutually assured destruction and refused to accept Gorbachev's demand that the United... read more

Politics of the Reagan legacy

Politics of the Reagan legacy

07/20/11 08:00PM

Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele and Salon.com’s Joan Walsh debate whether former President Ronald Reagan would be considered too liberal for today’s Tea Party Republicans. watch

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