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Bernie Sanders' Millennial Support Sparks Young Voter Conversation
"The View" co-hosts discuss the importance of young voters getting out to vote and who they're supporting in the 2016 presidential election.
Reflections on a Political Sea Change
Last week’s primary loss by House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is the sort of politically seismic event that serves as a “where were you” historical moment for an entire generation of legislators, consultants and journalists. While a number of theories have been offered as to what caused Cantor’s
John Kerry Appears on 'This Week' in 1984
Representative Graham lieutenant governor Kerry both elected the US welcome to our program. Lets people on on taxes are we gonna have a tax bill next year and will we have one without a tax increase. Now that you. Well it will have a move by the administration to come fold with a simpler flatter
Web Extra: Read an Excerpt of James Carville and Stan Greenberg's Book
Excerpted from IT'S THE MIDDLE CLASS, STUPID! by James Carville and Stan Greenberg by arrangement with Blue Rider Press, a member of Penguin Group (USA), Copyright © James Carville and Stan Greenberg, 2012. 1. WE ARE WRITING THIS BOOK BECAUSE WE FAILED AND THAT'S NOT GOOD ENOUGH There's no other
Pet Crazy: Dancing Dogs
We all heard the big announcement last week about the newest celebrities on Dancing With The Stars. What about dancing with the dogs. You heard me there is a championship dance circuit for colleagues who shot and boxers who ball. Room distinction. Dog gone it just when you thought you'd seen it all
Which Republican Presidential Candidate Supported Sotomayor?
Pop quiz: Which Republican presidential candidate supported the confirmation of Sonia Sotomayor? Hint: It’s the same one who endorsed a pro-abortion-rights presidential candidate in an earlier campaign. Give up? The answer is Rick Santorum. Santorum was rightly known as a conservative firebrand ...
House Republicans, Lobbyists Schmooze in Baltimore for GOP Retreat
After just two days back in session following a three-week break, House Republicans left the Capitol today to attend the GOP’s annual retreat in Baltimore, Md. But they’re not the only ones leaving Washington behind this weekend. Helping finance the getaway are some of Washington’s...
Michele Bachmann Is a No-Show in New Hampshire
Since her Ames straw poll victory, Michele Bachmann has been to South Carolina, Florida, New York City and of course Iowa. But not the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire. Since Ames, on Aug. 13 in Iowa, all of her GOP rivals have at least popped into the Granite State. Despite what
The Note: Saturday Split Screen: A Make-Or-Break Day In Iowa And Rick Perry Makes It Official
While most of the national political press corps and six GOP presidential hopefuls will be in Ames, Iowa today, at about 1 p.m. Eastern all eyes will turn to Charleston, S.C. where Texas Gov. Rick Perry will make his debut as an official candidate.
Washington Post's Chris Cillizza on 'Top Line'
Already it's going to be tough from which we just learned that Tom Campbell has gone down with television ads that's not That's tough in the final of a campaign but a reflection He just doesn't have the money. Now of course our post politics segment with crystal is let's start right last night.