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Did Newt insult S.C. crowd over money comment?

11/30/11 01:09PM

Joe Scarborough: "So Newt’s justification to the good people of South Carolina is: ‘I was so rich selling access, making a 30-minute speech and getting $65,000, that I made twice as much money as you did, truck driver, in an entire year, so why would I need to be a lobbyist? All I really did was grant access.’…Is it a smart thing to tell... read more

Must Read Op-Eds for Wednesday, November 30, 2011

11/30/11 09:32AM

'THE MOST VOLATILE REPUBLICAN RACE IN DECADES' IS ACTUALLY WELL SETTLED  BY ERICK ERICKSONRED STATEThe Washington GOP establishment may have fallen for Mitt Romney, but they are both foolish and naive to think they can beat something with nothing. Mitt Romney is, in fact, a great big nothing — malleable into any shape you want, a void... read more

Morning Headlines: Wednesday, Nov. 30th

11/30/11 05:45AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Poll: Gingrich leads in South CarolinaArrests as police raid Occupy LAHillary Clinton arrives in Myanmar to judge 'Burma Spring'Cain on campaign status: '9-9-9. read more

Obama approval hits all-time low in daily...

Obama approval hits all-time low in daily poll

11/29/11 07:00PM

President Obama's approval ratings have hit an all-time low in Tuesday's Gallup Daily Tracking poll, with only 43 percent of respondents approving of his job. This number earns the president the worst job approval rating of any modern history at this... watch

Did Newt insult S.C. crowd over money...

Did Newt insult S.C. crowd over money comment?

11/29/11 07:00PM

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Mike Barnicle and Random House's Jon Meacham – puts Mitt's flip-flopping in a historical context, a new South Carolina poll that has Newt Gingrich in the lead, and Newt's reasons why he was never a lobbyist. watch

Must Read Op-Eds for Tuesday, November 29, 2011

11/29/11 03:35PM

THE SUPER-COMMITTEE'S 13TH MEMBER: OCCUPY WALL STREET BY MARC THIESSEN WASHINGTON POST Democrats seem to believe that the Tea Party movement, with its calls for limited government and spending restraint, is waning. They believe it is being supplanted before our eyes by a new grassroots movement in favor of bigger government, higher... read more

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