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Matthews: 'Don't underestimate Sarah Palin'

05/31/11 08:00PM

Let me finish tonight with Sarah Palin. She made the news this weekend.She was here in Washington riding a motorcycle with the Rolling Thunder crowd. Great pictures. Great statement, too. She's one of the renegades, those Americans out there who think GIs were purposely left behind in Vietnam. Whatever the facts, that issue still has potency with folks. read more

Why America shouldn't protect the former IMF chief

05/27/11 08:00PM

By Michael Smerconish, Hardball guest hostEven before we knew he'd await trial in a $50,000 per month Manhattan townhouse, I was against bail for Dominique Strauss-Kahn.   It wasn't the prospect of the former head of International Monetary Fund living in a posh, 6,800 square foot, four-bedroom townhouse that had me worried, it was the French legal system, should he find a way home. Many observers of the case - including the prosecutors - have invoked the name Roman Polanski in making the case against leniency for DSK.But there is a better example: Ira Einhorn. Einhorn is the slovenly, self-app read more

Who’s right about Medicare?

Who’s right about Medicare?

05/27/11 08:00PM

Salon.com’s Steve Kornacki and The Washington Post’s Ezra Klein discuss why the Republicans become defensive when the Democrats claim the Ryan budget would... watch

Defending the US troops

Defending the US troops

05/27/11 08:00PM

Col. Jack Jacobs and Rolling Thunder’s Artie Muller discuss the biggest issues among U.S. troops today and a timetable for their return from Afghanistan. watch

Is the GOP failing?

Is the GOP failing?

05/26/11 08:00PM

Msnbc political analyst Howard Fineman and The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza talk about the Republican Party’s sinking approval ratings. watch

Matthews on Palin's 'outlaw' quality

05/26/11 08:00PM

Let me finish tonight with Rolling Thunder.There's a certain outlaw quality to Sarah Palin, just as there is to the bikers who converge on Washington this weekend.  Think "Easy Rider" on the right.  They come out of the Vietnam War experience, these men.  They came back to America in the early 1970s and became a different version of the anti-establishment left that had opposed the war they fought.This Sunday Sarah joins the bikers of Rolling Thunder to produce some powerful Memorial Day pictures for the country.   It's a statement; let's not kid ourselves, of what she could offer to the countr read more

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