Bill Clinton and CNN's Wolf Blitzer discuss why politicians on both sides of the aisle can be the target of threats.
MEGYN KELLY, FOX NEWS: And she was at this fundraiser for the governor trying to raise money and she comes outside of the event after its over and what happens?DELLA BURNING, MOTHER OF VICTIM: She and her boyfriend are walking down the street. Derogatory comments were being made to them. As they turned a corner some
"Most of all Mr. President, thank you for arousing the sleeping silent majority, because we have been asleep too long. November is coming Mr. President, that is when we will really thank you." (via The Right Scoop)
NBC News reporter Kelly O'Donnell questions a black man at the DC tax day tea party.
Gov. Charlie Crist (R-FL) dodges a question about an independent bid for the U.S. Senate.
Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Arizona) grills Goodwin Liu, a judicial nominee for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
SEN. JOE LIEBERMAN: "Senator Collins and I have now informed the administration by letter that if it fails to provide us with the critical information that we need to conduct our committee’s inquiry by next Monday, April 19, we will serve the departments of defense and justice with subpoenas to obtain that information." (via
Trey Grayson runs an ad accusing Rand Paul of taking money from outside the state of Kentucky.
GOP lawmaker Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) reacts to attorney general's terror trials comments.
Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI): "We've had some consideration and cooperation.by people like Judd Gregg, Bob Corker, Susan Collins, and there are others. And I just hope we have those votes."
CBS4: Governor Charlie Crist has upset many Republicans with his decision to veto SB6, and Thursday night former U.S. Sen. Connie Mack, resigned as Crist's campaign chairman in his race for the U.S. Senate. Mack wrote a terse, two-paragraph letter to his
Democrats feel they have the upper hand in regulatory legislation.
GOP Reps. Tom Price and Thaddeus McCotter discuss tea partiers and taxation.
Charles Krauthammer discusses the Tea Party.
Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D-Ark.) discusses high deficit, unemployment and her tough bid for re-election.
Bill O'Reilly discusses NBC News' attack on Fox News.
Countdown: While Tea Partiers rallied across the country protesting taxes, Americans paid less in income taxes than at any time when former President George Bush was in office. David Cay Johnston fact-checks some tax claims at these rallies.
Rep. Walt Minnick (D-Idaho) says tea partiers "are just ordinary folks who think the government ought to balance its budget."
AP: President Barack Obama said Thursday he’s amused by the anti-tax tea party protests that have been taking place around Tax Day.Obama told a fundraiser in Miami that he’s cut taxes, contrary to the claims of protesters.&ld
Chris Matthews points out the similarities between Republicans and Tea Party membrs.
A rank outsider comes out top after the leaders of Britain's three main political parties take part in a U.S.-style television debate for the first time.