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The 47 Percent Guy Comes Out of Hiding
The filmer of the infamous 47 percent video–we now know he’s a man, and that he’s a bartender–has come out of hiding. The video, taken at a closed-door fundraiser, dealt a devastating blow to Mitt Romney’s campaign. It was there that he told donors that...
Biden: 'War on Women' is Real, Will Intensify
Vice President Joe Biden said tonight that what he called a Republican-led effort to rollback the rights of women is “real” and will “intensify.” “I think the ‘war on women’ is real,” Biden told MSNBC’s “The Ed Show,” deploying the politically-charged phrase for the first...
Asked About "Distasteful" Language from Liberal Commentators, President Obama Says He Aims to Lead by Example
Twice at his press conference today President Obama was asked about “provocative or distasteful statements” from Democrats and liberal commentators, and twice he opted not to weigh in. In the wake of the firestorm of media coverage and criticism of conservative talk radio giant Rush...
Now Rising in the Polls, Rick Santorum is No Longer Safe From Attacks
MUSCATINE, Iowa—On the banks of the Mississippi River here, Rick Santorum responded to the first on-air attack he’s received from a candidate since he entered the race. Santorum has been able to mostly fly under the radar and escape opponents’ attacks, but since a poll...
POTUS has Coffee with Progressive Media Stars
An all-star list of progressive and liberal media folks came to the White House today to chat with President Obama over coffee in the Roosevelt Room. The group chatted with the president about economic messaging, his agenda for 2012, the various campaign arguments against different...
2012 Like It’s Today: Opening Salvo Of Presidential Campaign Takes Partisan Tone (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER In remarks last night to high-dollar donors in Chicago and in an exclusive interview yesterday with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, President Obama pushed back on criticism from Republicans that his deficit reduction speech on Wednesday...
Keith Olbermann Off the Air
gonna get the other big TV story this morning one of the most volatile stars of cable news his off the air. In a break that have been brewing for months but came as a surprise to many viewers Keith Olbermann and MSNBC parting ways. Over and the news Friday night announcing that he'd been told it
Keith Olbermann Leaves MSNBC, 'Countdown'
Keith Olbermann has left the MSNBC cable network after hosting its most popular nightly show, "Countdown," for almost eight years. "MSNBC and Keith Olbermann have ended our contract," NBC Universal said in a statement Friday. "The last broadcast of 'Countdown' will be this evening. MSNBC thanks