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06/22/11 09:17AM

Here's what we're working on today: President Obama will address the nation tonight at 8pm ET and announce his plan to begin withdrawing troops from Afghanistan. The speech will run about 10 minutes and the president is expected to announce that all the surge forces will be out by the end of 2012. read more

It’s all Greek to Perry!

It’s all Greek to Perry!

06/21/11 08:00PM

Sideshow: In a video made for the Right Online Conference, Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas, urged fellow conservatives to follow him on Twitter but referred to the... watch

Who’s left of Romney?

Who’s left of Romney?

06/21/11 08:00PM

The Daily Beast’s Mark McKinnon and former White House Press Secretary Bill Burton debate who represents the center of the Republican Party. watch

Stewart takes on Fox News

Stewart takes on Fox News

06/20/11 08:00PM

Mother Jones’ David Corn and The Huffington Post’s Alex Wagner share their thoughts on the debate between Jon Stewart and Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday. watch

What's the problem with Mitt Romney?

06/20/11 08:00PM

Let me finish tonight with the frontrunner with no clothes. You mean "the frontrunner has no clothes?"  Did someone just yell that from the crowd that Mitt Romney, who looks right, might not be what he seems?That is what the Republicans are saying in Republican fashion.  Let's face it, traditional Republicans - as opposed to the full-mooners on the right – are the quiet car in the conservative train. read more

New troubles await the Democrats

06/17/11 08:30PM

 Let me finish tonight with trouble - real trouble.It's the trouble I sense out there in the country for President Obama and the Democrats if they don't address the gender imbalance in their politics.Hillary Clinton ran a brave, hugely important campaign for president in 2008. She carried all the big Democratic states - New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and California. Her only miss was Illinois, Obama's home state. Obama won the nomination because he focused on the smaller states, many of them where Republicans win in November and rolled up the delegates. read more

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