Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay talks about Texas Governor Rick Perry's talk of secession.
Actress Jeneane Garofalo said the tea parties were all white and referred to minority conservatives who attended as those suffering from Stolkholm syndrome. At the end of the segment, Garofalo called FOX News' viewership all white. FOX News normally receives three times as many viewers as MSNBC in the 8pm hour.)
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) talks to Ed Schultz about a report that says the NSA overstepped in intercepting e-mails and phone calls.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) appears on "Morning Joe" to discuss criticism of President Obama and offers his take on Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano's report that cites fear about right-wing extremist groups.
Fox News' Bill O'Reilly discusses the success of Wednesday's tea parties and what it did for ratings.
Author and journalist Jim Lehrer appears on "Morning Joe" to discuss Obama's economic and foreign policy.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs joins MSNBC's Ed Schultz to discuss the tea parties thrown by Repubicans to protest taxes the country needs.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon on his meeting with President Obama.
President Obama unveiled his administration's blueprint for a new national network of high-speed passenger rail lines Thursday, saying such an investment is necessary to reduce traffic congestion, cut dependence on foreign oil and improve the environment. CNN: Obama unveils high-speed
Sheriff Joe Arpaio wants to get tough on border violence. Sheriff Arpaio is angry people aren't outraged over the border and immigration problem.
Scarborough on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" earlier today: "You look at these huge rallies, and I'm not going to mention names of people on networks that made sexual jokes, childish sexual jokes, about tens of thousands of Americans who went out and wanted to get involved in their government. I mean, it was really middle school jokes being made. I didn't
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano defends her department's "rightwing extremism report" and calls it ann "assessment" not an accusation.
Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal is against Obama's economic recovery plan. Gov. Jindal also talks about national security.