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Is Ron Paul a 'rhino'?

Is Ron Paul a 'rhino'?

01/11/12 07:00PM

Texas Rep. Ron Paul’s runner-up showing in the New Hampshire primary offered a glimpse of the Libertarian’s staying power in the GOP presidential race, but do conservatives think Paul’s off-beat political views make him a ‘rhino'? MSNBC host Willie... watch

The SuperPAC takeover

The SuperPAC takeover

01/11/12 07:00PM

SuperPACs are legally barred from using their unfettered dollars in coordination with the candidates they support, but just how independent are these organizations? Time’s Michael Scherer has the scoop, joining NOW’s panel with the Nation’s Ari Melber,... watch

‘What NOW?!’

‘What NOW?!’

01/11/12 07:00PM

Elizabeth Warren raised millions for a Massachusetts Senate bid, housing foreclosures are down, the ‘first dude (who) went rogue’ and more on ‘What NOW?!’ watch

West: Bailout was ‘socialism for bankers’

West: Bailout was ‘socialism for bankers’

01/11/12 07:00PM

PBS’ Tavis Smiley and Princeton Professor Cornel West join the NOW conversation on income inequality. The Occupy Wall Street protests brought national attention to the wealth disparity between the rich and the working class, but according to West, ... watch

"Insourcing" Jobs

01/11/12 02:18PM

President Obama met with business leaders this morning to brainstorm ways to draw jobs back into the country. Will his  'in-sourcing' initiative be enough to jump-start the economy, not to mention his re-election campaign?The President says he will "put forward new tax proposals that reward companies that choose to bring jobs home and invest in America" and will "eliminate tax breaks for companies that are moving jobs overseas."Mitt Romney went right from his victory in New Hampshire to slamming President Obama's track record on jobs.Watch our discussion and tell us what you think! read more

NOW Today

01/11/12 06:47AM

So what will it take for Mitt Romney NOT to take the GOP nomination? We'll look at all the news out of New Hampshire, and into South Carolina, with this panel - plus fascinating insights from the exit polls that foretell the year ahead.> Fmr. Rep. Susan Molinari (R-NY)> Hugo Lindgren, Editor, The New York Times Magazine (@hugolindgren)> Alice Stewart, Fmr. Bachmann Press Secretary (@alicetweet)> Steve Kornacki, Salon.com (@stevekornacki)> Guest: Mark Halperin, TIME & msnbc Sr. Political Analyst (@markhalperin)  read more

Obama vying to ‘insource’ jobs

Obama vying to ‘insource’ jobs

01/10/12 07:00PM

President Barack Obama met with business leaders on Wednesday morning to brainstorm ways to draw jobs back into the country. Will the president’s ‘in-sourcing’ initiative be enough to jump-start the economy, not to mention his re-election campaign? watch

Biden attacks Romney

Biden attacks Romney

01/10/12 07:00PM

Vice President Joe Biden joined the bandwagon in taking jabs at Romney on Tuesday night, slamming the GOP presidential front-runner for his business record. watch

Wagner: Paul is GOP's 'new lifeblood'

Wagner: Paul is GOP's 'new lifeblood'

01/10/12 07:00PM

Texas Rep. Ron Paul landed an uncontested second-place finish in Tuesday night's New Hampshire primary, stirring up the conventional Republican presidential candidate field. With rumors pressuring Paul to run as a third-party candidate should Romney... watch

Where did Gingrich go?

Where did Gingrich go?

01/10/12 07:00PM

The former presidential front-runner Newt Gingrich was shoved off the top three winner’s podium for both the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. Time’s Mark Halperin joins the NOW discussion on the hiccups in Gingrich's campaigning strategy... watch

GOP money is on Romney

GOP money is on Romney

01/10/12 07:00PM

Fmr. Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney is raking in money for his presidential race as GOPers are taking his Iowa-New Hampshire sweep as a strong signal for the nomination. Salon’s Steve Kornacki, former Rep. Susan Molinari, R-N.Y., former Communications Director... watch

Wags Wager

01/10/12 02:23PM

We asked our panel to pony up on which candidate they see coming out the winner in New Hampshire. A few things we learned:Governor Ed Rendell is leaning towards Romney, but feeling too "poor" to go all in.Former Bachmann Communications director also putting some red chips on Romney, but hints we should keep our eye on the Independents with regard to Jon Huntsman. read more

NOW Today

01/10/12 06:48AM

Welcome to New Hampshire Primary Day, where the first votes have already been cast and Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman are tied for first (to be fair, a total of 9 votes were cast in the town of Dixville Notch, which by tradition votes at midnight primary day).It's a power panel today, and we'll be joined by a woman that, one week ago, was in charge of spin for her candidate, Michele Bachmann.  We're looking forward to all the insights as we move toward South Carolina.  The big question: Who heads there with a second place finish from New Hampshire.Fmr. Rep. Susan Molinari (R-NY)Fmr. Gov. read more

Top 6 Things I Learned in NH

Top 6 Things I Learned in NH

01/09/12 03:32PM

It was a wild, wooley weekend in New Hampshire – hitting campaign events, pounding Ricola cough drops, watching debates and otherwise trying to negotiate a path around the Occupy protestors at every campaign event. There were too many takeaways to enumerate here, but see below for a few select lessons from the Granite State:Top 6 Things I Learned in New Hampshire:Rick Santorum will (defiantly, against the sartorial winds) wear sweater vests til this thing is over and done with. Fred Karger is running for president. read more

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