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Super Committee Countdown

Super Committee Countdown

11/15/11 07:00PM

With the deadline only seven days away, former Sens. Blanche Lincoln, D-Ark., and John Sununu, R-N.H., rate the chances of the committee reaching an agreement. watch

11/15/2011 Shameless Plugs

11/15/11 04:02PM

Liked today's shameless plugs? Read more here: Club for Growth President Chris Chocola: (shamelessly) www.clubforgrowth.orgAP’s Kasie Hunt: her cousin Jenna Berube’s tennis talents for Bishop O’Connell High SchoolWashington Post’s Perry Bacon: WP piece on how Romney’s campaign embraces attacks read more

Highly Disapprove

Highly Disapprove

11/14/11 07:00PM

A new Gallup poll shows congressional approval ratings stuck at a low 13 percent. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) joins Chris to discuss what needs to be done to... watch

Recall Worry

Recall Worry

11/14/11 07:00PM

Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) unveiled a new ad campaign last night after his opponents officially launched a recall effort against him. The Hotline’s Reid Wilson... watch

Power shift?

Power shift?

11/14/11 07:00PM

The NRSC’s Rob Jesmer and the DSCC’s Guy Cecil discuss some of the key U.S. Senate races that could change the balance of power on Capitol Hill. watch

RNC CHAIR SAYS FLUCTUATING FIGHT GOOD FOR GOP

11/14/11 12:55PM

By msnbc's Brooke BrowerThe man charged with guiding his party through a presidential primary fight said Monday that the fluctuating horserace will produce a strong nominee.“I just wouldn’t equate volatility in some of the field to any sort of indication that there isn’t going to be a lot of horsepower in defeating this president," said Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on msnbc’s “The Daily Rundown.”Priebus pointed to the 2008 Republican race as a guide to how a race can change quickly in the final weeks before official primary voting begins.“Four years ago today," Priebus read more

Gingrich Gains Speed

Gingrich Gains Speed

11/13/11 07:00PM

Newt Gingrich gains points in the polls, but will this favorability last? The New York Times’ Jeff Zeleny and Politico’s Jonathan Martin join Chris to discuss. watch

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