President Barack Obama starts big PR push on Syria; it helps that John Kerry speaks good French; Peter King trots out the “community organizer” attack line; Obama’s chief of staff has a busy Sunday; and one commentator swears Obama’s second term hangs... watch
The Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart, who once worked for New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, joins Martin Bashir to discuss how two comments in a recent interview about a possible mayoral successor further the meme of Bloomberg as a distant, out... watch
Lara Setrakian, managing editor of “Syria Deeply”, and Steven Cook, with the Council on Foreign Relations, debate the consequences of a possible missile strike – as well as the costs of supporting true regime change – as Syria’s Bashar al-Assad... watch
The Grio.com’s Joy Reid and John Harwood, of CNBC and The New York Times, join Martin Bashir to discuss whether President Barack Obama can overcome public opinion – as well as his own administration’s messaging – in a series of interviews and a big... watch
As football season begins in America, the campaign to change one NFL team's name continues. The Oneida Indian Nation of New York announced last week the start of their "Change the Mascot" campaign to pressure Washington, D.C.'s football team, the Washington Redskins, to change its name and mascot. read more
Obama’s congressional strategy to secure support for action against Syria is a mess. But for an example of just how bad it’s going, it’s worth examining how President Obama began his speech this morning in Russia at the end of the G-20 summit.... read more
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., who has spent time at the Syrian border, joins Martin Bashir to talk about why another chemical weapons strike against the Syrian people may swing Congress to support the president on a Syria strike. watch
New Yorker contributor Jelani Cobb joins Martin Bashir to explain his frustrations with a president he supports – but who, he believes, has not put enough action behind his words about the advancement of minorities in America in the last 50 years. watch
MSNBC host Karen Finney and MSNBC contributor Goldie Taylor discuss how President Obama’s desire to punish Syria’s Bashar al-Assad for chemical weapons use is lacking a broader, clearly defined strategy – and whether some Republicans will oppose... watch
A GOP congressman links Benghazi with Syria; Alec Baldwin wants to know if Congress has made its decision on missile strikes; it’s the People v. John McCain at a town hall; Sean Hannity wonders if Syria has Iraq’s WMD’s; Secretary of State John Kerry... watch
Martin Bashir reports on conspiracy-minded Rush Limbaugh’s latest venture - a children’s book, “Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims” – which comes with a special sales pitch for his female readers. watch
Rep. Gregory Meeks, D-New York, joins Martin Bashir to explain that, while he is undecided on whether to approve military strikes against Syria, he also believes any response should be that of many nations and not merely a few. watch
Salon.com’s Joan Walsh and MSNBC contributor Dr. James Peterson join Martin Bashir to argue that President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are failing to convince voters of the necessity of a Syria strike now – and ask whether it’s wise for... watch
Conservative radio star Rush Limbaugh's new children's book, due out this fall, tells that classic elementary school lesson of America's founders--led by a new character: "Rush Revere."
Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims tells the story of a fictional history teacher named Rush Revere, who travels back in time to experi... read more
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