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Golden days ahead for Obama?

Golden days ahead for Obama?

05/09/11 08:00PM

Msnbc political analyst Howard Fineman and Politico’s Jeanne Cummings debate what President Barack Obama’s big week means for the rest of his presidency. watch

Matthews: 'God Bless the United States'

05/09/11 05:31PM

Let me finish tonight with what Tom Donilon, the president's National Security Advisor said yesterday.He was on Meet the Press, talking about getting Osama bin Laden. He said the people who did it don't serve a political party or only one president. They serve whosever in office."It is not a matter of partisanship... That the United States about its goals has persistence and determination, that the United States does what it says it's going to do."The United States.That's a great way to speak about a mission carried out by the American people through their government. read more

How the US got bin Laden

How the US got bin Laden

05/06/11 08:00PM

The New York Times’ Mark Mazzetti and The Washington Post’s Greg Miller discuss the risks of the mission as well as the new details emerging. watch

Obama transforms his image

Obama transforms his image

05/06/11 08:00PM

Mother Jones’ David Corn and The Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson debate whether President Barack Obama’s command and competence this week change the... watch

What sane people learned this week

05/06/11 05:13PM

Let me finish tonight with what sane people learned this week.By sane, I mean people able to pay attention to what they see, aren't afraid to see and don't get it confused with something they're convinced of but didn't happen this week.Here we go!I learned that people on the right want the picture of the dead Osama bin Laden plastered all over the universe.  They don't care if it incites anger, insults whole nations; get teenage Muslim kids to become radicalized.   In fact, I think they'd "like" to stick it to them and see how loud they squeal, see how many bees leave the hornet's nest. Normal read more

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