Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ): "I think the compelling nature of that says to particularly communities like the Hispanic community and others that who is on the side of making sure that their rights as a citizen are preserved and that's the Obama administration by taking this action and certainly that has to work to the benefit of knowing who is o
NJ Gov. Chris Christie on "Morning Joe": This teacher complaining, they're getting four-to-five percent salary increases a year in a zero percent inflation world; they get free health benefits from the day they're hired--for their entire family
Eugene Robinson debtates what could happen if Republicans take control of Congress. "The President has a program and he wants to follow that through," Robinson said.
"I don't know what the big hype is going on with this law," Arpaio said Wednesday on ABC's "Good Morning America." "We've been doing it for three years."
Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH) on the historic spending by the Obama administration. "This really is a spending problem primarily," Sen. Gregg said.
South Dakota senator sparks 2012 rumors with travel schedule and proposal to cut government spending.
Charles Krauthammer: "This kind of rumors or threats of an Israeli attack on Syria is serious business. I'm sure it's absolutely false. There's no evidence whatsoever--it's not in Israel's interest to attack Syria and Lebanon. However, Iran, now under the pressure of sanctions--unilateral American, EU and Canadian--feeling inter
Republicans voted against even debating the DISCLOSE Act Tuesday, blocking the attempt to blunt the impact of the unpopular court ruling that allows corporations to spend limitless dollars on U.S. elections.
Rep. Lynn Woolsey (D-CA) talks about the impact WikiLeaks could have on support for the war in Afghanistan and America's relationship with Pakistan.