May 14, 2010 Archives

May 14, 2010 Archives

GOP Congressman: Obama Playing "Race Bait Games" With Arizona

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) on the immigration law in Arizona: "The president of the United States has got to articulate a mission, and instead, he's playing race-bait games to undermine the law enforcement in Arizona and across the country."

Strickland, Sherrod Brown Sing To Keep LeBron James In Cleveland

Talk about working to save an Ohio job -- NBA star Lebron James'.With James' NBA season over, and with speculation that he might bolt Cleveland for brighter lights, prominent city leaders and personalities have created a "We Are Lebron" song/video.

FNS Preview: Laura Bush Excited By Kagan Nomination

Check out former first lady Laura Bush discussing the nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court.



Bill Clinton: Obama Should Take A Look At A "Progressive, Value-Added Tax"

Bill Clinton: "I think they ought to look at a progressive value-added tax, just because--and I think it's important the American people understand this--most of our competitors have tax systems like this."

Palin Warns "Mama Grizzlies" Will Take Back Country

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says "mama grizzles" will punish Washington in November's midterm elections.

Olbermann Challenges Palin To Show Up On MSNBC

Keith Olbermann on Palin: "That woman is an idiot."



New Billboard In Richmond: "America's Coming For You, Congress!"

The sign reads: "Vote out the Liberals and Progressives!"

Obama: Finger Pointing By Oil Companies Is "Ridiculous Spectacle"

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: "I did not appreciate what I considered to be a ridiculous spectacle during the congressional hearings into this matter. You had executives of BP and Transocean and Halliburton falling over each other to point the finger of blame at somebody else. The American people could not have been impressed with that display, and I



Cardin Calls Kagan "Qualified", Says She Was Very "Candid"

Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) discusses confirming Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court. He says she was a "delicate balance" of not prejudging issues that may come to the Court. "I do hope she'll be forthcoming," Cardin said.

Boehner: Where's The Budget?

House Minority Leader John Boehner on the CBO's $115 billion health care estimate and Democrats' lack of budget

Rep. Chris Van Hollen On Anti-Incumbent Mood

Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) sits down with the Morning Joe gang to discuss the mood of voters toward incumbents ahead the primaries and midterms.



Boycotting Arizona

Arizona's crackdown on illegal immigrants continues to cause controversy. As Bill Whitaker reports, some schools, businesses and governments are now boycotting Arizona.

Krauthammer: We Can Speak About Radical Islam The Way We Spoke About Nazism, Communism

Charles Krauthammer on Eric Holder's refusal to say that the Times Square terror attempt was driven by radical Islam.

PA-12: Republican PAC Anti-Critz Ad Spoofs Tax Commercial

National Republican Trust PAC: Mark Critz is just another Washington insider, while Tim Burns is a pro-business, conservative, limited-government candidate and NOT a career politician. It is a spoof of an ad run by the State Department of Taxation that Pennsylvanians are all too familiar with. Only this time it exposes longtime insider status o

Women Lead Charge To Fix Wall Street

An increasing number of powerful women are in charge on Wall Street. CNN's John Roberts asks if they can fix the mess.


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