May 16, 2010 Archives

May 16, 2010 Archives

Miss Oklahoma USA Supports Arizona Law: "I'm A Huge Believer In States' Rights"

Miss Oklahoma USA Morgan Elizabeth Woolard: "I'm a huge believer in states' rights. I think that's what's so wonderful about America. So I think it's perfectly fine for Arizona to create that law." She was asked what she thought about the new immigration law in Arizona. The judge who asked her the question was Oscar Nunez. (source: The 2010 Mi

No "Little-Bitty Matter": Sessions Says Kagan "Violated the Law" On Military Recruiting

Asked about the issue by host Jake Tapper, Sessions said, “This is no little-bitty matter, Jake. She would not let them come to the area that does the recruiting on the campus. They had to meet with some student veterans, and this is not acceptable. It was a big error,” he said. “That went on for a number of years. It was a nat

Feinstein: Kagan "Qualified" And "Down To Earth"

Sen. Feinstein (D-CA) touts Elena Kagan's experience. She also discusses Kagan's view on military commissions and a woman's right to choose.

"FOX News Sunday" Panel On Elena Kagan

Brit Hume, Nina Easton, Stephen Hayes and Juan Williams debate.

"Meet The Press" Panel On Super Tuesday Primaries

Jonathan Alter, Peggy Noonan, Mike Murphy and Bob Shrum join "Meet the Press" to discuss the looming primaries in a handful of states.

Laura Bush On Media Bias, Obama's Response To Oil Spill

Laura Bush on media bias and Obama's response to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Gingrich On Obama's "Secular, Socialist Machine"

Newt Gingrich on what he calls President Obama's "socialism." He calls Obama anti-religion. Gingrich says Obama uses Chicago-style politics and defends his Nazi comparison.

Michelle Obama: "So Many Of Today's Challenges Are Borderless"

"So many of today's challenges are borderless, from the economy to terrorism to climate change and that solving those problems demands cooperating with others. And more than any other generation, yours is fully convinced that you're uniquely equipped to solve those challenges. You believe you can change your communities and change the world and

Leahy: Miranda Reform Can't Stray from Previous SCOTUS Decisions

“It was the Supreme Court that set down the rules of Miranda,” Leahy told host Jake Tapper. “Whatever changes might be made, has to made within the confines of what the United States Supreme Court has already said.”Leahy said that “you have to have maximum flexibility within the rules, but the idea that

PA-Sen: Joe Sestak: "I'm Going To Win"

Rep. Joe Sestak (D-PA) talks to CNN's Candy Crowley days before his primary race against Sen. Arlen Specter (D-PA).

"This Week" Roundtable On Kagan Confirmation Battle

George Will, Greg Craig, Ed Gillespie, Glenn Greenwald and Helene Cooper discuss.

PA-Sen: Arlen Specter: "Where Was Sestak?"

Sen. Arlen Specter accuses his primary challenger, Rep. Joe Sestak, of not answering questions.

Kyl On Kagan: Can She Put Her "Political Beliefs Aside"?

Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) quesitons if Elena Kagan will put her "political beliefs aside" and decide cases strictly upon the facts and the law.

McConnell On Kagan: Let The "Process Play Out"

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) says we should find out her record and especially her opinion of having military recruiters on campus.

Schumer Defends Kagan: She Is "Brilliant" And "Practical"

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) defends Kagan and touts her experience. He says she is a regular person and is "brilliant" and "practical."

AZ Governor, Palin Criticize AG Eric Holder For Not Reading Law

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today launched an effort aimed at educating the country on the federal governments failure to secure our nations southern border and its failure to address the human tragedy that is occurring as a result. RELATED:

Video Archives