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Matthews: 'Fair is fair'

06/28/11 08:00PM

Let me finish tonight with a simple political question.Why on God's earth should we reward the people who got us into this mess? You can't sell a house because you can't get a decent price for it. You can't buy a house because people can't believe what you're offering for it.Who created this political dung hill?  Who created this financial horror show that has older people dying over their miniature 401(k)s, young people hopelessly out of work, certainly out of good work?  It all started in a splurge of greed and deception and "grab what you can before the building falls down" that George W. read more

Republicans change their views of Obama

Republicans change their views of Obama

06/28/11 08:00PM

The Atlantic Journal Constitution’s Cynthia Tucker and political commentator Ron Reagan explain why some GOP presidential candidates are accepting Barack Obama as a fellow American instead of an outsider. watch

Let Me Start...

06/28/11 09:51AM

Here’s what we’re looking at this morning – Newly-announced 2012 candidate Michele Bachmann today doubled down on her claim that the founding fathers “worked tirelessly” to end slavery. She also left the door open to cutting the minimum wage. Republican candidates are always citing President Ronald Reagan, but do they actually support his policies? read more

Bachmann’s officially in

Bachmann’s officially in

06/27/11 08:00PM

Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele and Mother Jones’ David Corn explain whether Rep. Michele Bachmann will become a force to be reckoned with in the 2012 presidential race. watch

Bachmann dives into the 2012 race

Bachmann dives into the 2012 race

06/27/11 08:00PM

Is the fight for the 2012 Republican nomination shaping up to be Mitt Romney versus the Tea Party? Mark Meckler of the Tea Party Patriots and Matt Kibbe of Freedom Works join Hardball to debate. watch

Let Me Start...

06/27/11 08:14AM

What we're watching this morning:Michele Bachmann launches today. The Minnesota Congresswoman, fresh off a surprisingly high finish in the first Iowa Poll, will officially enter the presidential race from her home town of Waterloo, Iowa. Will Bachmann be the anti-Romney the Republican right is so desperately looking for? More 2012:The Iowa Poll was bad for Tim Pawlenty, who is at 6 percent despite putting a lot of energy into the state. read more

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