by Hardball guest host Ron Reagan Let me finish tonight with science and the Republican Party. Two out of the three presidential candidates generally considered frontrunners for the Republican Party nomination believe the moon is made of green cheese. Does that cause you concern?You'd think it would. After all, astronauts have been to the... read more
Will his similarities with former President George Bush, hurt Rick Perry’s chances of becoming president? MSNBC political analyst Richard Wolffe and Wayne Slater of the Dallas Morning News discuss. watch
Sideshow: “Fed Up!’ is the title of the book penned by Rick Perry last year, covering topics including the alleged unconstitutionality of Social Security. Responding to some of the backlash from Perry’s opposition, communications director Ray Sullivan... watch
Khaddafy’s last stand? With news that rebels have seized control of nearly all of Tripoli, all eyes are on Libya and its dictator Moammar Khaddafy. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk joins us from the Tunisia-Libya border with the latest. And Al-Arabiya’s Washington Bureau Chief Hisham Melham is here to report on what happens next. Then, the politics of Libya... read more
Let me finish tonight with a simple recommendation for the president: keep it simple.The American people need a leader right now. They need to know what the leader wants of them. What can they do, they want to know, to help get this country moving again?What should we do?Should we push the Congress to spend some money on a jobs program? Should... read more
Giddy up! In just one week, Rick Perry has gone from hemming and hawing over a Presidential bid to galloping to the front of the GOP 2012 field. He’s trampling on the other candidates, including impossible-to-ignore Michele Bachmann, who should have been riding high after her Straw Poll win. But Perry’s leaving them all in the dust. He threw a... read more
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