CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: I find this amazing. First of all, just hearing him say every first grader in America has to be prepared for a high-tech economy, that is a bit early, I think. The other part of this is here we are with $16 trillion in debt, a trillion dollars a year of deficits. We have created already, with under Obama, the biggest entitlemen
CARVILLE: The Republicans are just having a hard time. They got their bell rung and they're trying to fight against Hagel, who is actually a Republican; McCain seems to be trying to figure out a way to get out of this; this thing with Rubio last night, is just a first class mess on their part; Karl and the Tea Party are fighting with each other. Yo
"I’d like to know if President Obama claims or says or asserts that he has the power to kill an American on American soil with a drone," Sen. Paul (R-KY) told FOX News today.
REID: "They have as much information that's available on the Benghazi situation. Testimony from the administration officials, from multiple committees, from an independent review board, Secretary Clinton testified, Secretary Panetta, who is going to be leaving his job in less than two hours, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Martin Dempsey, and others h
President Barack Obama said that his is the "most transparent administration" in history Thursday during a Google hangout. “Every visitor that comes into the White House is now part of the record,” Obama continued. “Just about every law that we pass and rule that we implement we put online for everyone to see.” (via
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri) and the Daily Beast’s Peter Beinart join Hardball to discuss GOP obstructionism as Senate Republicans successfully block Chuck Hagel’s confirmation.
President Obama explains why high-quality preschool is the best bang for our education bucks. February 14, 2013.
Sen. Landrieu: Why is it not that some of my colleagues on the other side will acknowledge the reality that the revenues coming in to the government are the lowest level since President Eisenhower was the president. What is it about that reality that the other side of the aisle will not embrace? Is it that they don't believe the fact? Do they disag
COULTER: “Look — the general principles on choosing our next president, and like I say we’ll throw them all in debates and see how they perform because that’s an important — that’s important how they appear. Got to be a governor — maybe a senator, but definitely governor or senator. No members of the House. Even the governors — they
GOP: U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell made the following remarks on the Senate floor Thursday regarding the need for smart and targeted spending cuts, not another gimmicky tax hike bill, to replace across-the-board cuts set to take effect in 15 days
Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA) explains that the U.S. "is the richest country in the history of the world" and "not broke." HARKIN: "First of all, I want to disagree with those who say we have a spending problem. Everyone keeps saying we have a spending problem. And when they talk about that, it’s like there’s an assumption that somehow we as a nati
Daily Show: President Obama delivers a State of the Union highlighting America's widespread poverty, failing education, and 70,000 structurally deficient bridges.
Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) explains why he isn't running for Senate again and responds to the State of the Union. "To do five races in six years and raise another $30 to $50 million dollars and then go and participate in a Congress that’s really dysfunctional and extremely partisan, I felt I could make a difference being on this show an
Dennis Miller on the State of the Union address and the Pope abdicating.
The panel discusses Obama's positions on energy issues and how he is dealing with the Keystone Pipeline.
Ed Schultz makes an argument to raise the federal minimum wage to $9.00 an hour.
O'Reilly discusses President Obama's State of the Union speech and his records on government spending.
Chris Matthews, Joan Walsh and Dana Milbank talk about Sen. Marco Rubio's (R-FL) response to the State of the Union.