msnbc's Chris Matthews, host of "Hardball," went on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno for the 25th time last night.He was a guest alongside actress/comedian Whitney Cummings, who jumped in the conversation on politics and possible vice-presidential candidates - 'I'm available,' she quipped.Chris also discussed his new... read more
Should Penn State cancel the rest of its football season? That's the big debate out there today, one day before the Nittany Lions are set to take the field for the first time in 46 years with a coach other than Joe Paterno, who was fired amid the child sexual molestation scandal. Rick Perry's damage control... he's doing the best... read more
Gov. Rick Perry's inability to remember the third federal agency he wants to eliminate is no reason to mock his intelligence.I see a richer target: the abject failure of the Tea Party folks to take this thing seriously, this thing being the better running of our national government. If you really don't think someone is doing his or her... read more
Sideshow: Hours before Thursday’s GOP debate kicked off, President Barack Obama sat down for a roundtable discussion with a group of Hispanic journalists outlining his 2012 strategy for going after the Republican candidates. watch
In State College, Pennsylvania, where football is religion, how does this community try and pick up the pieces of this mess? Radio host Michael Smerconish and Vanity Fair’s Buzz Bissinger discuss. watch
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