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Can Perry take the heat?

Can Perry take the heat?

09/13/11 08:00PM

Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele and author Ron Reagan talk about the hard-hitting questions directed toward Rick Perry during Monday’s GOP debate. watch

Coming up on Hardball...

09/13/11 05:09PM

Who’s afraid of Rick Perry? Jeff Zeleny and Michael Shear write in today’s New York Times “As Perry Rises, G.O.P. Elite Look Toward Romney” Is that the trend? We’re asking Fmr. Gov. George Pataki (R-NY) and msnbc Political Analyst Pat Buchanan. Next, we’ll bring you the hits and misses from last night’s GOP debate, with author and political commentator Ron Reagan and msnbc Political Analyst Michael Steele. Then: Boehner’s bridges falling down! read more

Let Me Start...

09/13/11 08:50AM

President Obama heads to Ohio today to sell his jobs plan. Ohio of course is home to House Speaker John Boehner, and the president is looking to ratchet up the pressure on Boehner and other Republicans as he builds his case with the public. One way he can do that is by remembering that all politics is local -- there are thousands of projects all around the country that need to be fixed and Americans could be fixing them right now. read more

Will Clinton run?

Will Clinton run?

09/12/11 08:00PM

Sideshow: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addressed questions surrounding whether she would challenge Barack Obama for the presidential nomination. watch

Trying to figure out Jack Kennedy

09/12/11 08:00PM

Let me finish tonight with the intrigue about the Jacqueline Kennedy tapes. I'm personally transfixed by them. I've been studying Jack Kennedy - who he was, what he was like to be with - for years. His wife, obviously, saw a side of him others didn't.  They had a fine intellectual relationship - batting comments back and forth about the people around them all the time, enjoying the life they shared, life at the very top.  Yes, they were quite a pair in public.  But imagine their back-and-forth in private over the sound of Jack's record player. read more

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