After finishing second in the New Hampshire primary, what is Ron Paul’s game plan going forward, and might it include a third party run? Senior Paul advisor Doug Wead talks about the candidate’s future. watch
MSNBC political analyst Howard Fineman and the Huffington Post’s Jennifer Donahue debate why the other GOP candidates have decided to stay in the race instead of giving their support to Mitt Romney. watch
I'm looking for greatness tonight. I always am. Up here in New Hampshire, they've got the ability to say something today, really make a point.I know what I would do. I'd vote for Huntsman. I'd do it to send a message to the polls in both parties. read more
It's Primary Day, and the voting is under way in New Hampshire! Hardball is live from Manchester at 5pm ET and then Chris is back from 6pm to midnight with Rachel Maddow, Ed Schultz, Lawrence O'Donnell and the Rev. Al Sharpton for full coverage and analysis as we watch the votes come in. The big question tonight isn't whether Mitt... read more
In the Hans Christian Anderson story, the Emperor of Lore appeared before the people wearing what he called his “new clothes.” Everyone around him, the courtiers, the hangers-on, raved about the great leader's new attire, which really consisted of nothing, nothing at all. He was naked except to those who clung to him seeking the benefits... read more
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