Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is scrambling right now to undo the damage of a Washington Post report says he allegedly embellished his family history to benefit politically. A Hardball panel debates whether this will hurt his political reputation. watch
War is Over. President Obama announced today a full drawdown of troops in Iraq by the end of the year. By making good on his campaign promise and making the announcement a day after the Khaddafy takedown, Obama’s foreign policy credentials are in the spotlight—but is it enough to quiet his Republican critics? We’re asking Fmr. Rep. Patrick... read more
Did Republican rising star Marco Rubio embellish his family history? He often says he's the son of exiles, and that they fled Castro, but the Washington Post discovered his parents actually fled Cuba two and a half years before Castro took power. How much will this hurt Rubio's chances of landing on the 2012 Republican ticket? Speaking... read more
If the number one duty of an American president is to protect the country, Barack Obama is meeting his duty, calmly, resolutely, business-like.Consider the way he has gone about it. He has accomplished the mission that took us into Iraq. Bin Laden is gone. He has removed the operational leader of al-Qaeda, Anwar al-Awlaki. He has persisted to... read more
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