April 15, 2010 Archives

April 15, 2010 Archives

Karl Rove Analyzes Tea Party Movement

Karl Rove reacts to new polling on makeup of movement

Obama: Increase NASA Budget $6 Billion

President Obama outlines his plans to increase NASA's budget to ramp up future space missions.

CBS' Schieffer On Tea Party Power

Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer discussed the voting power of the Tea Party movement.

Rep. Ryan Calls Obama Administration A "Regime"

Rep. Paul Ryan describes the Obama administration.

Sen. Tom Coburn On Bipartisanship

Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) talks about bipartisanship and being able to disagree on major issues without using personal attacks.

McCain: "Total Disconnect" Between Main Street And Washington

Arizona senator discusses government spending and President Obama's approach to foreign policy.

PA-Sen: Specter Ad Highlights Support For Working Class

Arlen Specter, D-Pa., highlights his support for retired steel workers in one of his first TV ads.

Sen. Corker: Regulation Reform Will Be Bipartisan

"I will be stunned if we do not reach a bipartisan agreement," Corker said during an appearance on ABC's "Good Morning America."

SEIU President Andy Stern To Step Down

A message from SEIU President Andy Stern about his future and SEIU.

Michelle Obama: Mexico Is Safe To Visit

First Lady wants to bring her girls to Mexico.

Sens. Gregg, Wyden On Bipartisan Tax Reform

Republican Sen. Judd Gregg, Dem. Sen. Ron Wyden team up for Bipartisan Tax Fairness and Simplification Act

Janet Napolitano On Anti-Government Extremists

Rachel Maddow talks with Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano about tracking and preventing domestic terror by anti-government extremists, whether the job of homeland security is too much for one department and how she would feel about being nominated to the Supreme Court.

Matthews: "Third Parties Are The Worst"

Chris Matthews discusses why third parties can end up doing more harm than good.

Countdown: Tea Parties Created As A Political Ploy

Politico's Ken Vogel talks about a report which contains information from a 2009 memo in which Republican consultants encouraged the formation of "tea parties" to raise money for their PAC.

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