Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA): "Our national security experts tell us that carbon pollution leading to climate change will be, over the next 20 years, the leading cause of conflict, putting our troops in harm's way."
June 10, 2010 Punching And Shoving: Man Physically Attacks Tea Partiers In NC A peaceful tea party event in North Carolina was interrupted by an angry man using profanities that physically attacked the group. He manhandles a tea partier's wife and is told "don't touch my wife." The angry man goes over to another group of protesters and eve
Reason: President Barack Obama made news on The Today Show when he talked about kicking some ass over the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. If he is interested in punishing those responsible for what is shaping up as one of the worst environmental disasters in U.S.
Mentioning Spike Lee, the "Drudge Report," and
June 10, 2010 Question To Gibbs: Is Deal With Russians On Iran Putting Americans Lives At Risk? Q from WestWingReport: And real quickly on Iran, you’ve always said that the White House position is that all options, including the military option, are still on the table with respect to Iran. Now, to get the Russians onboard with this deal, a
Alvin Greene (D-SC) was on FOX News to discuss his candidacy for the U.S. Senate. Greene, virtually unknown, surprisingly won the Democratic primary in South Carolina this week. Greene was giving talking points, as host Shepard Smith pointed out and was incoherent and rambled often during the interview. When asked if he was a plant, Greene de
"I don't know if he was a Republican plant; he was someone's plant."
Gresham Barrett released his new ad "Shake Up Columbia," a light-hearted look at how he is the candidate with a plan to change the way things are done at the State House. Too much of this election has been dominated by things that don't matter. But Gresham Barrett is fighting to make it about issues that do. For voters who want to truly turn
NBC's Chuck Todd asks Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA) if trading of BP should be halted.
Las Vegas Sun: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid kicked off the general election campaign two days after the primary with a new ad emphasizing his ability to bring jobs to Nevada. The emphasis is that as the No. 1 senator, "no one can do more" -- as opposed to what would happen if Sharron Angle replaced him, the subtext goes.
Reacting to House Republican leader John Boehner asking why Pres. Obama wasn't looking for someone's "ass to kick" over out-of-control federal spending, Mika Brzezinski suggests he should "just bend over."
Sarah Palin reacts to big primary wins for Republican women.
Rachel Maddow talks with Congressman Joe Sestak (D-PA) about new revelations about Congressman Ike Skelton (D-MO), Chair of the Armed Services Committee, opposes the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" because talking about gay people makes him uncomfortable.
"He's not talking to you and me, who is he talking to?"
MSNBC: Keith Olbermann points out Senate candidate and tea party endorsed Sharron Angle's questionable political record, which includes opposing the legalization of alcohol and her plan to phase out Social Security.
Charles Krauthammer on the new U.N. sanctions on Iran.
Ed Schultz expresses his anger over the White House attack on working families and organized labor after Lt. Gov. Bill Halter’s defeat in the Arkansas primary on Tuesday. Blogger Arianna Huffington offers her insights.