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Obama moves to the center

Obama moves to the center

08/03/11 08:00PM

MSNBC political analyst Jonathan Alter and The Huffington Post’s Alex Wagner debate what happened to Barack Obama, the 2008 progressive candidate. watch

Helping Somalia

Helping Somalia

08/03/11 08:00PM

Hardball’s Chris Matthews talks about the devastating drought in East Africa and how Americans can help. watch

Coming up on Hardball...

08/03/11 02:45PM

It’s Them against Us. Since President Obama set foot in the White House, critics have made political, ideological, religious, ethnic and even racist claims against him. Remember The Donald’s Trumped-up birther charges? Huckabee’s Mau Mau Revolution reference? The 2008 Jeremiah Wright controversy? GOP and Tea Party mouthpieces have been falling into line, with Rush Limbaugh admitting he wants Obama to fail, and Mitch McConnell openly stating his “political priority…to deny President Obama a second term.” Them against Us. What’s happening to this country? read more

Let Me Start...

08/03/11 08:30AM

Good morning...Now that the debt ceiling fight is in the rear view -- at least for now -- Washington can move on to the next battle. And it already has one -- the stalemate over the Federal Aviation Authority. read more

Matthews: The GOP continues to 'mug' Obama

08/02/11 08:00PM

Let me finish tonight with this bad experience we've all been through.What we saw - what I saw at least - was one guy with a knife and the other guy trying to avoid being cut.  It was a thug attacking a victim.  It was a mugging. Now the good news - the "relief" is a better word - is that the victim got through it.  The bad news is that the mugger got what he wanted.  He got the wallet. Now I put to you the most important question of the week, of the month, of the year, of this presidency, of our time? read more

A good deal gone bad?

A good deal gone bad?

08/02/11 08:00PM

Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., explains why he voted “no” to raise the debt ceiling and shares his concerns about the deal’s effect on local and city governments. watch

A win for the Tea Party?

A win for the Tea Party?

08/02/11 08:00PM

If the Tea Party Republicans can get what they want by threatening to damage the economy, what’s to stop them from doing it again? Mother Jones’ David Corn and author Ron Reagan discuss. watch

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