RICK SANTELLI: Do you ever notice, whether it's our guests or the president, nobody takes credit in the White House for the new all-time time highs in the stock market. And the president likes to take credit for just about everything? Why do you think that is, Bill? BILL GRIFFIN: Tell me a president who doesn't like to take credit for things.
BILL O'REILLY: Now, here is where Charles and I disagree. I believe that U.S. intelligence has done a good job in protecting the nation, but you don't see it quite that way, correct? CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Well, they've done a very good job in protecting us from post-9/11 terror attacks. In fact, I think one of the reasons there was such shock and
CNBC's Larry Kudlow thinks the plunge in gold prices is a good thing, but Peter Schiff, of Euro Pacific Capital CEO, disagrees. The two debate.
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: I think the relationship is important and the reason that there is a 9/11 feel is as I said last night, the attacks in Boston were the first successful bombing in the United States since 9/11. Eleven-and-a-half years. BRET BAIER: The embassy in Benghazi, obviously is U.S. soil but [you're referring to] inside the United Sta
LIMBAUGH: Let me ask you a question, again based on my observation in recent years. If you, listening to this program, are a Muslim, and it turns out that a Muslim did bomb the Boston Marathon, how d you feel? I daresay that if you are a Muslim, you can be pretty certain, you can rest assured, that everybody in the media will circle the wagons and
CHRIS MATTHEWS: How about the pressure cookers? Now, they're kitchen products. I was asking people, apparently any Wal-Mart, any, you know, Sonoma, whatever it's called. Almost any store, high end or low end or middle end, will have it available. LARRY C. JOHNSON, FORMER CIA ANALYST: You can always tell what a particular brand it is and even tra
On the Monday broadcast of Current TV's "The War Room" network host Cenk Uygur observed Americans would not be as outraged if the Boston bomber turns out to be a "right-wing white guy" instead of a Muslim terrorist. "Now, if it's a right-wing white guy, those same exact people will turn around and say, 'Well, look, let's not over blow this. I me
ANDREA MITCHELL, MSNBC: Congressman, briefly, do you think that this will lead to more cameras? I know it's controversial, there are privacy issues. Boston does have a lot of cameras. European cities, led by London, have the most. Are Americans going to have to get used to more surveillance on a daily basis? REP. PETER KING (R-NY): I think we d
THOMAS ROBERTS, MSNBC: Sir, you keep talking about revenue and infrastructure and the fact that we have the capabilities necessary to respond to something as atrocious as this. Do you feel like you're capitalizing and making political hay of this event that happened? BARNEY FRANK: That I'm capitalizing? ROBERTS: Well, that you're making a p
CNN's Erin Burnett talks to Ari Fleischer about President Obama's response to the deadly explosions at the Boston marathon. ARI FLEISCHER, FMR. BUSH WH PRESS SECRETARY: Two hours after an attack, it's appropriate for the president to be one of the most cautious people speaking about it. The power of the White House and particularly t
BARNEY FRANK: In this terrible situation, let's be very grateful we had a well-funded, functioning government. It is very fashionable in America, has been for some time, to criticize government, belittle public employees, talk about their pensions, talk about what people think is their assessment of health care. Here we saw government in two ways p
"I think we’ve got a good chance of seeing it pass if members of Congress are listening to the American people," President Obama said in an interview on NBC's "Today Show" that aired on Tuesday. "The notion that Congress would defy the overwhelming instinct of the American people after what we saw happen in Newtown, I think, is unimaginable."
HARRISON FORD: "I think the President is doing, you know, all things considered, a wonderful job. I wish that the country were not so fractious as it is at the moment. I blame a lot of that on the press and the news business, and I wish it wasn't so. And I think it makes things very difficult, and I think we're at a moment of real political malaise
CHUCK TODD: I got that sense that there was this frustration that [President Obama] didn't have more facts at hand and I think, frankly, not just him, talk to those investigators in Boston. Everybody is frustrated at how little it seems is known at this point. And they seem -- I was told that the reason he -- they debated whether to use certain wor
PRESIDENT OBAMA: Good morning, everybody. I've just been briefed by my national security team, including FBI Director Mueller, Attorney General Holder, Secretary Napolitano, and my Counterterrorism and Homeland Security Advisor Lisa Monaco, on the attacks in Boston. We continue to mobilize and deploy all appropriate law enforcement resources to
SIROTA: I think you're right to note that we don't know exactly what happened in Boston. We don't know if this was terrorism, whether it was organized terrorism, lone-wolf terrorism, maybe it wasn't terrorism. All possibilities are on the table. But I think that what comes out of this, is the idea that this has really become the new normal in Am
In an apparent slip of the tongue, Harry Reid this morning referred to the gun-control bill he brought to the Senate floor as “anti-gun legislation.” REID: On the anti-gun legislation in the Senate, we're making good progress in the effort to schedule a series of votes on Amendments to the anti-gun violence legislation before the Senate.
"It really reminds us, right, of what we knew on September 11th [and] September 12th. The really -- the big news here is this was a horrible attack; it was a terrible attack. My heart goes out to the people that were hurt. But it's surprising there haven’t been more of these since September 11th," fmr. NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani said on CBS' "This M
Rachel Maddow shares an NBC News report on Newtown families running in the Boston Marathon and the Newtown Strong charity raising money for the families of victims of the Sandy Hook gun massacre.
MSNBC: Rachel Maddow describes how the city of Boston responded immediately to the emergency in their midst, helping investigators and coming to the aid of victims and displaced hotel guests. Mike Barnicle, longtime Boston sportswriter and MSNBC contributor, joins to talk about the character of the city of Boston and how it will engage this crisis.
O'Reilly: "The President has addressed the nation and promised justice, but he made one mistake. The president called the attack a tragedy It was not. It was a vile act of violence designed to kill innocent people, including children. I was just in Boston yesterday, and this makes me sick. So far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Pe
Juan Williams, Charles Krauthammer, and Chris Hayes react to Monday's terrorist attack in Boston.