May 11, 2010 Archives

May 11, 2010 Archives

Gibbs: President "Frustrated" With Everybody Including "Us"

FOX News' Major Garrett: I asked Gibbs who POTUS is "frustrated with in oil leak. "He's frustrated with everything and everybody. That includes us."

MSNBC's Matthews Attacks Limbaugh, Asks For Anti-Limbaugh Guests

A Hardball panel including liberal columnist David Corn and Media Matters gives their analysis of Rush Limbaugh’s "hateful" rhetoric towards the Obama administration and its effect on politics.

David Cameron New UK Prime Minister

Queen Elizabeth II names Conservative leader David Cameron prime minister, shortly after Gordon Brown resigned.

Sessions: Kagan Will Be "Subjected To Scrutiny"

"I think the Congress and the Senate needs to examine her record carefully," Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., said on CBS' "The Early Show." "This is not a coronation. She'll be subjected to scrutiny. We need to know whether or not [if] she obtains that robe and sits on that bench, will she be an objective person? Will she say 'no' even to th

Gordon Brown Resigns As British Prime Minister

Gordon Brown says his resignation will take effect immediately.

Joe Biden On Kagan Opposing Military Recruiters: "She Was Right"

Vice President Joe Biden defends Elena Kagan's decision to ban military recruiters from Harvard Law School.

Bayh: Confirmation Process For Nominees Is "Sad Kabuki Theater"

Sen. Bayh (R-IN): "It's not infrequent that I find myself in different with the 'far-left' of my party."

KY-Sen: Paul, Grayson Square Off In Republican Debate

Rand Paul and Trey Grayson square off in a debate to help voters decide who will be the next Senator representing Kentucky in DC.

AL-Gov Alabama Political Attack Ad Mocks Evolution

An ad by True Republican PAC mocks the idea of evolution. This appears to be an ad in favor of gubernatorial candidate Roy Moore.

Biden On Kagan: She's The "Right Age"

Vice President Joe Biden speaks with TODAY’s Matt Lauer and defends the experience of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan.

Hatch: Kagan Will Undergo A "Thorough, Fair, Complete" Investigation

Sen. Orrin Hatch Elena Kagan (R-UT) will undergo a "thorough, fair, complete" investigation. "We ought to scrutinize these justices," he said. "A lot's gonna depend on how she answers the questions and a lot's gonna depend if she is going to be fair or impartial when she gets to the court rather than become somebody who is partisan and there for

"Law & Order" Star Tells Congress To Stop All Offshore Drilling

Actor and activist Sam Waterston tells the Environment and Public Works subcommittee that the US should halt all new exploratory and production drilling in off-shore areas after the Gulf spill.

Mojave Desert Cross Torn Down By Vandals

Authorities say a 7-foot-tall cross in the Mojave Desert that sparked a U.S. Supreme Court dispute has been stolen. It was built in the 1930's by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. There is a $25,000 reward to find the vandals.

Valerie Jarrett Defend's Kagan's Decision On Military Recruiters

White House adviser Valerie Jarrett defends Elena Kagan's record with military recruiters on Harvard's campus. "She has a strong relationship with veterans," Jarrett said. Jarrett also said she was not hostile to military recruiters. "She was not hostile [to the military]," Jarrett continued. "She's had a great relationship with the military

Matthews: Voters Challenge Lawmakers' Sense Of "Entitlement"

Chris Matthews reflects on the stunning ousting of three-term incumbent Sen. Bob Bennett at the hands of delegates at the Utah GOP convention.

Rudy Giuliani On Immigration

Former NYC mayor reacts to immigration outrage.

Gates: "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy Change Must Be "Smart"

Defense Secretary Robert Gates says there's a smart way to enact change when it comes to "don't ask, don't tell."

Krauthammer: Politically, Obama Has Planned Court Picks "Very Well"

Charles Krauthammer discusses President Obama's nomination of Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court.

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