It was a special awards program on this weekend's broadcast of "The Chris Matthews Show." NBC's political director Chuck Todd didn't hold back his appreciation for President Obama when he revealed his pick of Obama's "best move," or singular achievement, of the year and the "biggest turning point" in the Republican presidential field so far. Ch
Rep. Paul Ryan, George Will, Rep. Barney Frank, and Robert Reich debate the role of government in an hour-long special of "This Week."
"I'm actually delighted because the Manchester Union Leader, which is a reliably conservative newspaper, endorsed me. The Des Moines Register, which is a solidly liberal newspaper, did not endorse me. I think that indicates who the conservative in this race is," Gingrich told CBS' "Face the Nation." Gingrich also said that he "earned" criticism
"That's nonsense, they've had three years," Speaker John Boehner said about President Obama delaying a decision on the Keystone pipeline. "This was about to be approved last summer, so waiting and waiting and waiting is not the answer. It's time to proceed with the pipeline." Boehner said the president is "just kicking the can down the road bec
"Of course he will, in part because he's been the great divider. This is the president who goes after anybody who's successful," Mitt Romney said on "FOX News Sunday."
"Well, the State Department, the experts at the State Department who are authorized for our government to make that very serious and complex view made clear before this legislation was even voted on that, if they were only given 60 days to look at alternative routes in Nebraska and do the serious environmental and health reviews, that that would [n
"First of all, you’re welcome … Yes, I, Jesus Christ, am indeed the reason you’ve won your past six football games."
"Let's make sure that we understand we are living in a society where people care about jobs, they care about wages. They can't get ahead because so much wealth and income are at the top and taxes are not being paid at the top to finance education, and healthy care and infrastructure that everybody depends on to get ahead," Robert Reich said on "Thi
Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-Minn.): We're acting like Greece and like Italy, and that's what people are frustrated with. They want us to act like a first-world nation. Not like what President Barack Obama is doing. He's acting like we're a banana republic. We've got to get our act together, and stop spending money that we don't have. David Gregory
Bill Kristol, Evan Bayh, Ed Rollins and Juan Williams discuss the end of the Iraq war.
KATHLEEN PARKER: I actually think this is a hard question, because so many of these are [inaudible.] But the three foreign-policy ones are really part of this Obama way of doing things, and I don't know, I think, Osama Bin Laden is an easy choice, but it's an important -- CHRIS MATTHEWS: Is this the Chicago way? PARKER: Well, you know, it's
Mike Murphy and E.J. Dionne discuss the 2012 election.