March 23, 2013 Archives

March 23, 2013 Archives

The McLaughlin Group 3/22/13

Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift, Mort Zuckerman and Susan Ferrechio discuss President Obama's trip to Israel and the Middle East, Syria, gun control and Social Security.

Bill Maher On Taxes: "What I Said Is There Is A Limit"

On this week's broadcast of his HBO show "Real Time," host Bill Maher was confronted about comments he made about taxes that raised some eyebrows last week. Maher, an Obama supporter, complained about rising income taxes in California and threatened at some point, enough is enough. On the Friday night broadcast of his show, GOP guest John Feheer

Brooks: RNC Postmortem "Makes Me Look Forward To The Autopsy Of 2017"

JUDY WOODRUFF: And, hence, this autopsy that the chairman of the Republican Party announced, rolled out this week. Now, he's saying that not all of that is going to be implemented, but it was kind of a remarkable exercise. DAVID BROOKS: I certainly can't think of another postmortem as bold and as comprehensive. The party basically admitted error



Maher: "There's Something Very Suspicious About The Right-Wing Love Of The Israelis"

Bill Maher criticized American conservatives for their "suspicious" love of Israel during a panel discussion of President Obama's recent visit to the Middle East on his HBO show "Real Time." "I cannot calculate the amount of damage I think the right-wing has done to Israel by always telling them that they're perfectly pretty and perfect," Maher

Michael Moore On Iraq Anniversary: Bush, Cheney Should Be Prosecuted

MICHAEL MOORE: This is willful deceit, and it is the worst crime I think a person can commit. To lie to a whole nation of people in order to send their sons and daughters off to war. That is just the most despicable thing, and I hope in my lifetime that there is criminal justice here when it comes to Cheney, Bush, and Rumsfeld, and Wolfowitz and th

Bill O'Reilly: The Political Rhetoric Gets Crazier

BILL O'REILLY: "Earlier this week we chastised Michele Bachmann for not being accurate about her lifestyle criticisms of President Obama. Her general point was correct, but valid points are much stronger if you have the facts to back them up. Enter our pal Congressman Charles Rangel, one of the oldest members of the House at age 82. This week he cl



Jeb Praises George W. Bush For "Not Having An Opinion" In Past 4 Years

JEB BUSH: He is like the most focused, disciplined guy to imagine being a former president and not having an opinion on anything over the last four years, really? I mean, to have that discipline, to be respectful of the president that hasn't been as respectful of him as he should have been? Man. I could have never done that. Or to, you know, ev

Bloomberg: "We're Going To Have More Visibility And Less Privacy"

"We're going into a different world, unchartered. And, like it or not, what people can do or governments can do is different, and you can to some extent control, but you can't keep the tides from coming in. We're going to have more visibility and less privacy. I don't see how you stop that. And it's not a question of whether I think it's good or ba

Sen. Lee Gives GOP Weekly Address: Obama "A Day Late And A Dollar Short" On Budget

GOP: For the first time in four years, Senate Democrats have produced a budget, yet unfortunately their spending blueprint grows the government, not the economy, according to U.S. Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) in the Weekly Republican Address. By contrast, the budget Republicans passed in the House of Representatives this week reduces spending and debt a



Matthews: Bachmann's Opposition To Obama Could Be "Ethnic" Reasons

MSNBC: Politico’s Ken Vogel and comedian Lizz Winstead join Chris Matthews to talk about Rep. Michele Bachmann’s latest antics.

"Special Report" Panel: This Week's Winners & Losers

Charles Krauthammer, Nina Easton, Chuck Lane and guest host Shannon Bream give their "winners and losers" of the week on Friday's "Special Report."

Obama Urges Action On "Common Sense" Gun Control In Weekly Address

WHITE HOUSE: Three months after the tragic shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, President Obama says that the Senate has taken important steps forward to help protect our kids by reducing gun violence. The American people made their voices heard, and the Senate made progress to make it harder for criminals and people with serious mental illnesses to g




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