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McQueary defends testimony

McQueary defends testimony

11/16/11 07:00PM

Author Buzz Bissinger and NBC News’ Michael Isikoff share their thoughts on an Associated Press-obtained e-mail from Penn State Coach Mike McQueary on that alleged acts he witnessed. watch

Coming up on Hardball... Even Newt's baggage has baggage

11/16/11 05:56PM

Even Newt’s baggage has baggage! That’s Joan Walsh’s take on the Former House Speaker and his recent surge in the polls. She and David Corn are here to discuss how long Gingrich can stay in the top tier of this race.Then—Yesterday we asked how many “oops” moments the GOP field to could take…and today, we’re asking whether it’s all hurting the Republican brand. Republican strategist John Feehery and Fmr. Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA) will tackle this one.Next up—More on the Penn State scandal with Daily Beast columnist and Friday Night Lights author Buzz Bissinger and NBC’s Michael Isikoff. read more

Let Me Start...

11/16/11 09:18AM

The Republican "Animal House": How much damage are the Republican presidential candidates doing collectively to their party? Will it matter once they choose a nominee? The New York Times reports that some Republicans are getting worried about the repeated flubs by their candidates. Newt Gingrich has become the latest flavor of the month for the Republicans, but the Washington Post's Dana Milbank says the Gingrich boomlet won't last. News flash! read more

Matthews: GOP confused over nominating process

11/15/11 08:00PM

The utter confusion in the Republican presidential nominating process results from two discernable facts.One: they hate.  That's the simplest explanation of the disastrous course of this selection process.  They hate so much they are not in the mood to fall in love or even fall in behind someone. Their brains, wracked as they are by hatred, lack the like mode; they are in no mood to go around looking for a politician they like. read more

Coming up on Hardball...

11/15/11 04:50PM

How many more “oops” moments can the GOP field take? On the heels of Rick Perry’s debate blunder last week, Herman Cain had an epic stumble over a softball foreign policy question yesterday. We’ll play it back for you tonight and we’ll hear from Washington Post Columnist Dana Milbank and msnbc Political Analyst Michael Steele. If you haven’t seen it yet, you’ve got to see Bob Costas’ interview with former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. read more