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North Dakota tea party hypocrisy

North Dakota tea party hypocrisy

07/14/11 08:00PM

After flooding in Minot, North Dakota republicans are all for federal aid, but the state has two-billion dollars it could use to help those whose lives have been turned upside down. watch

New Orleans free health clinic in August

New Orleans free health clinic in August

07/14/11 08:00PM

The National Association of Free Clinics is holding a health clinic in New Orleans, Louisiana on August 29th. Donations from MSNBC viewers have helped the organization hold seven previous clinics, providing health care for thousands of uninsured... watch

Pres. Obama trounces GOP in fundraising

Pres. Obama trounces GOP in fundraising

07/14/11 08:00PM

President Obama and the DNC raise $86 million in the 2nd quarter, more than double the amount 2012 republicans have raised so far. Mitt Romney leads the GOP with $18 million; Gingrich brings up the rear. watch

Guest List, Thursday 7/14

07/14/11 06:47PM

Mike Papantonio, host of "The Ring of Fire" radio show     We're talking about the debt ceiling and the details still emerging from yesterday's tense meeting between the President and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor..  the clock is ticking while the blame game continues. We'll get into what comes next. read more

Underbuzzed

07/14/11 03:11PM

Sorry again about dropping out on yesterday's Outlook and Underbuzzed. As will likely be the case until the debt ceiling is raised -- or News Corp. is indicted -- a lot of stories are falling through the cracks, slow-movers and others. Add your own in the comments. Here are mine for today:The GOP is the party of defense. Here's the Republican Party expressing its agenda to troops and veterans in just the past 24 hours. Eleven Senate Republicans voted against spending on the military and veterans. read more

The Thursday Outlook: Warning Shots

07/14/11 02:26PM

We were just discussing in the office the fact that Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) has now joined Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-SC) in saying the debt-ceiling battle is the Republicans' fault. My take?They're throwing House GOP Leader Eric Cantor under the bus. Specifically, they're sending him a signal -- that if the US defaults because the House fails to pass something that can pass both the Senate and the president's desk -- Cantor will have been pre-thrown under the bus.Because if the US does default, the false-equivalence media will try to put some of the blame on Democrats. And Sens. read more

Morning EDition: July 14, 2011

07/14/11 11:23AM

Sorry no Outlook or Underbuzzed yesterday, I was off the grid. Here's today's Morning EDition:TODAYThe president gives a handful of TV interviews about the debt-ceiling talks.The president meets with congressional leaders for new debt-ceiling talks at 4:15pm. BUDGET read more

Guest List, Wednesday 7/13

07/13/11 08:38PM

***There's breaking news out of the White House tonightso please note the Guest List is subject to change*** Sam Youngman, White House Correspondent for The HillSen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)   Rumors surface that Obama walked out of what's being called yet another "tense" meeting with congressional leaders on the US debt today... After which, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor told reporters "We're so far apart and going back on the momentum." We'll talk about what this means for the already shaky negotiations. read more

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