May 8, 2010 Archives

May 8, 2010 Archives

Sen. Bennett Blames "Toxic Environment" On Losing GOP Nomination

Sen. Robert Bennett (R-UT) on losing his party's nomination: "The political atmosphere obviously has been toxic and it's very clear that some of the votes I have cast have added to the toxic environment."

"FOX News Watch" On Motivation Behind Times Square Bomb Attempt

Judy Miller, Jim Pinkerton, Andrea Tantaros and Ellis Henican debate.

Obama Weekly Address: Health Reform Starts To Kick In

Barack Obama: The President goes through the benefits in health insurance reform that are already kicking in for young adults, retirees, and families, and says more benefits are coming down the pike.

Sen. Shelby Gives GOP Address On Reforming The Financial System

CNN: In this week's Republican address, Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama pans the Wall Street reform legislation currently being debated in the Senate, saying it does nothing to fix the root cause of the recent financial meltdown. "[R]eform should address the causes of the financial crisis, promote economic growth, and end bailouts for good," She

Coulter On Media Sympathy For NYC Bomb Suspect

Ann Coulter: Media upset Faisal Shahzad wasn't Tea Partier.

Can Europe Contain Greece's Debt Beast?

Former Fed Governor Randall Kroszner on whether the rest of the EU can fight off Greece’s financial problems.

Retired Doctor Behind Anti-Obama Billboards Explains Purpose

E.M. American Citizen: "I was frustrated with how things were going with health care."

Gov. Rendell: Specter Was Fighting For Democratic Values "All Along"

Pennsylvania's top Democrats say a Joe Sestak win over Arlen Specter would be "cataclysmic," but the latest polls show it could happen. Gov. Ed Rendell, who supports Arlen Specter, joins Chris Matthews to discuss.

O'Reilly: The Stock Market Was "Manipulated" By "Wise Guys"

Bill O'Reilly on stock market shenanigans, Greece and President Obama.

Christina Romer On "Severe" Unemployment

White House economic adviser Christina Romer talks about new unemployment numbers and the future of the economy.

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