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'They didn't want to confront the religious right'

05/03/12 10:47AM

After less than two weeks on the job, Richard Grenell resigned as the Romney campaign spokesperson on foreign policy, apparently because social conservative activists don't like gay people, and they told the Republican nominee that Grenell's sexual orientation was unacceptable.The religious right isn't just gloating about the... read more

Don't tread on her, either

Don't tread on her, either

05/03/12 10:35AM

Your humble Virginia license plate correspondent still owes you a roundup of suggested messages for Virginia's new "Don't Tread on Me" license plate. Meanwhile, Karen Dunnam of Grand Rapids, Michigan, sends this picture of herself with a suit and sign she made herself.She writes: "Lacy blouse, $3. Fancy jacket, $4. Hat... read more

The reigning 'I'm rubber, you're glue' champion

05/03/12 10:10AM

While others perfect their own "I'm rubber, you're glue" tactics, I continue to believe Karl Rove is in a league of his own. Today, for example, the former Bush/Cheney aide used his Wall Street Journal column to condemn President Obama for politicizing national security. No, seriously.Looking back on the 2004 race, Rove said... read more

Marco Rubio with his friend David Rivera.

Marco Rubio's Rivera problem

05/03/12 09:13AM

Rep. David Rivera (R-Fla.) hasn't had it easy lately. The conservative freshman has been investigated by the FBI, IRS, Miami-Dade Police Department's public corruption unit, the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office, and Florida Department of Law Enforcement over allegations that he abused his former seat in Florida's state... read more

Jobless claims show sharp improvement

Jobless claims show sharp improvement

05/03/12 08:41AM

After three consecutive weeks of discouraging news, today's report from the Department of Labor on initial unemployment claims pointed to a sharp improvement in the data.Indeed, the new numbers not only reverse the discouraging trend, they're back to the level we saw in mid-March, which is near a four-year low.The number of Americans... read more

Rumsfeld still considers himself credible

Rumsfeld still considers himself credible

05/03/12 08:00AM

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has kept a relatively low profile in recent years -- leaving office as a reviled national embarrassment tends to leave limited options -- but he still works his way into the spotlight from time to time.This week, for example, Rumsfeld appeared on Fox News to question President Obama's claims about... read more

Morning Maddow: May 3

Morning Maddow: May 3

05/03/12 07:44AM

Kansas lawmakers give pharmacists the right not to dispense medications that might cause an abortion.West Point is publishing a treasure trove of Osama bin Laden documents at 9:00 am Eastern.Appeals court rules John Yoo can't be sued over the "torture memos" he wrote for the Bush Justice Department.China's blind dissident is... read more

An outstanding edition

An outstanding edition

05/02/12 08:00PM

Bill Wolff, executive producer of the Rachel Maddow Show, shares a preview of Wednesday’s show – news out of Mississippi regarding women’s reproductive health and how the government is getting involved, plus Steve Coll is on the show tonight to discuss... watch

No higher power than Exxon

No higher power than Exxon

05/02/12 08:00PM

Rachel Maddow shares stories of Exxon flexing its global political and economic muscles, and also asserting technological strength, though not necessarily in the field of oil spill clean-up. watch

How Exxon makes American energy policy

How Exxon makes American energy policy

05/02/12 08:00PM

Steve Coll, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of the new book “Private Empire: ExxonMobil and American Power,” talks with Rachel Maddow about political power and the energy industry and the institutions that shape American energy policy. watch

Debunktion Junction

Debunktion Junction

05/02/12 08:00PM

Rachel Maddow sorts fact from fiction in the day's most debunkable stories, including whether President Obama invented a girlfriend and whether Florida governor, Rick Scott, thought better of allowing firearms at the Republican National Convention in... watch

Wisconsin resists Walker's big spending

Wisconsin resists Walker's big spending

05/02/12 08:00PM

Rachel Maddow shows that despite spending over $10 million to convince Wisconsin voters not to kick him out of office, Governor Scott Walker's poll numbers not only didn't improve but got worse. watch

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