As GOP candidate have risen and fallen in the polls, Mitt Romney has remained steadily near the top but he has been unable to build his support too high. MSNBC political analyst Richard Wolffe and Politico’s Joe Williams discuss. watch
Here's the question coming out of last night's debate: Will the Republican Party grant Newt amnesty after learning his stance on immigration? The former Speaker ditched the "Send 'em home!" party line in favor of allowing some illegals to stay. Will the Right stand with him--or should he worry about losing his... read more
I'm glad we could discuss tonight this new photographic evidence from the Kennedy assassination.I think I understand why people are so open to the possibility that Lee Harvey Oswald was not the president's lone killer. It's hard to imagine such a small person being responsible for the loss of such a beloved, important, big one. We... read more
The Super Committee's failure to reach an agreement on deficit reduction isn't just another example of Congress's inability to get anything done. This fight has defined the battle lines for 2012. Republicans have vowed to protect tax cuts for the rich. And President Obama has vowed to veto any attempt to undo the automatic cuts... read more
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