An agitated Rick Santorum on Sunday called Mitt Romney "the worst Republican in the country to put up against Barack Obama."
“I would have to consider it,” Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said on Fox News Sunday. “But it’s not something I’m even thinking about because I think our job in Congress is pretty important.
Will cautioned viewers by reminding them of how the media and others jumped to conclusions in the 2006 Duke Lacrosse case. “But the problem is, of course, at this point, we all ought to remember something,” Will said. “The last time everyone in the media and certain well-known agitators got up on their high horses and galloped off in all d
A Meet the Press roundtable, featuring Ben Jealous, Michele Norris, David Brooks, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Haley Barbour, analyzes the recent Trayvon Martin case.
"We are going to put on the floor, on Tax Day, a proposal by Sheldon Whitehouse that would enact the so-called Buffett Rule," Sen. Charles Schumer told CBS' Norah O'Donnell. "It says those at the top pay 30 percent regardless of their deductions."
Sen. Lindsey Graham on "State of the Union."
"I don't agree with the delegate math that the Romney campaign's putting out there," Santorum said. "For example, in Florida and Arizona, they have it as a winner-take-all state, and they're not winner-take-all." "There's a lot of bad math there that doesn't reflect the reality of what's going on on the ground. So I think we're in much, much be
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow discusses the lack of blame on either party in her latest book with NBC’s David Gregory (Meet the Press).
GOP candidate Rick Santorum speaks to supporters in Wisconsin after his primary win in Louisiana.
George Will, Cokie Roberts, Donna Brazile, Matthew Dowd and Terry Moran.
"I'm convinced at the end of the decade, the Republicans are going to regret turning this [into] 'Obamacare,'" David Plouffe said on "FOX News Sunday." "Most of the law doesn't take effect until 2014. But important parts are getting implemented right now. Two and half million people between the ages of 21 and 26 have health care only because of the
Brit Hume, Kirsten Powers, Paul Gigot and Juan Williams discuss the health care challenge at the Supreme Court this week.