As both Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan took the stage at CPAC, did they talk about the lessons of 2012? Nope. The Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne and Vote Latino’s Maria Teresa Kumar talk with Reverend Al Sharpton about how Republicans refuse to accept that... watch
NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre received standing ovations and loud cheers throughout his speech at CPAC. Rev. Al Sharpton notes that while LaPierre is still standing, not everyone is standing with him. watch
Freshman Congressman Tom Cotton of Arkansas downplayed the role that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have had on the nation's debt Thursday morning, insisting that the overall impact is "relatively low."... read more
It's time for conservatives to throw on their favorite pants suits and hang out with the rightest of the right-wing. Leaders of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) have gotten a lot of attention for the people they've pushed aside, like Chris Christie whose speaking invitation seemed to have gotten lost in the mail... read more
Reverend Al Sharpton says that putting cities under emergency management isn’t democracy; then talks to Michigan City Councilman from Pontiac, Donald Watkins, who knows what it’s like to come under outside emergency management. He describes it as a... watch
President Obama was back on Capitol Hill today, this time meeting with Senate Republicans. Reverend Al Sharpton hashes out how it went with Rep. Emanuel Cleaver and MSNBC.com Managing Editor Richard Wolffe. watch
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