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The Ramone manifesto

The Ramone manifesto

03/28/12 02:40PM

Tomorrow morning is going to be something of a loud morning on the show. We've got Linda and Tommy Ramone joining us to talk about the history of one of New York City's greatest punk rock bands: The Ramones. read more

What the health-care law means for you

What the health-care law means for you

03/28/12 02:08PM

The good folks at the Washington Post created a nifty tool for what the president's health-care law will mean for you if the Supreme Court upholds it.Take a look and then comment on what it would mean for you. read more

Quote of the Day: Arlen Spector on Rick Santorum

03/28/12 12:55PM

Fmr. Sen. Arlen Specter, Pa.: “If you think women have no place in the work force, if you’re against contraception, if you think John Kennedy’s speech in Houston separating church and state was wrong, you’re too far out of the mainstream to be president.” read more

Must-Read Op-Eds for Wednesday, March 28, 2012

03/28/12 09:48AM

THE SUPREME COURT'S MOMENTOUS TESTEDITORIALNEW YORK TIMESThe insurance mandate is nothing like requiring people to buy broccoli — a comparison Justice Antonin Scalia suggested in his exasperated questioning. ... Congress has indisputable authority to regulate national markets and provide for the general welfare through its broad power to tax. Nothing about the mandate falls outside those clearly delineated powers. ... read more

The Tease: Coming up on MJ

The Tease: Coming up on MJ

03/28/12 04:03AM

It's Day 3 of the health care hearings. The Supreme Court will listen to arguments on the idea of "severability." Can the Affordable Care Act stand alone, if it severs its ties with the individual mandate? The Kudlow Report host Larry Kudlow is stopping by to give his take. We'll also ask former Senator Arlen Specter (D-PA) to weigh in on the monumental case and the 2012 GOP race. The former chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee was recently caught in the crossfire between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum. read more

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