Sen. Rand Paul visited the UChicago Institute of Politics for a conversation with students and community members about various political topics of the day. The two debate Citizens United, government surveillance and eliminating the Department of Education.
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: You know, does this country really need another Harvard professor in the White House? It's a reflection of how left and how liberal the media are, that they are now obsessed. The New York Times had today on its web site, you know, the running mates for Hillary -- we're already talking about Hillary running mates -- four
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: This decision is perfectly consistent with a contrary decision the court made 11 years ago in Michigan where there was a case to abolish affirmative action in admission to the University of Michigan Law School. The court said that we are not going to strike it down. We're not going to have nine robes decide that this cannot be
MATT LEE, AP: I have a brief question on the QDDR [Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review]. Off the top of your head, can you identify one tangible achievement that the last QDDR resulted in? JEN PSAKI, State Department spokesperson: Obviously its an extensive expansive process. LEE: Just o
"As a woman, I might know a little bit more about women than Gary Peters," Michigan Republican Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land says in this ad.
Allyson Schwartz, a Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Pennsylvania, touts her support for the health care law. "I worked with President Obama on the Affordable Care Act and getting health coverage to all Americans," she says. "It was my legislation that said insurance companies can no longer deny coverage for kids with preexisting conditions
"If it's a girl, it will get some of Chelsea's old hand-me-downs, and if it's a boy, it will get some of Hillary's," Jimmy Fallon joked about Chelsea's pregnancy on "The Tonight Show."
"Daily Show" host Jon Stewart points out the hypocrisy of conservatives defending Cliven Bundy but denouncing others who don't pay their taxes.
CHRIS HAYES: Imagine how FOX News would react to the New Black Panthers, a tiny group the network gave a huge amount of airtime to in 2012, imagine if they decided to greet law enforcement with long guns. Or, here's a thought experiment for those who are aghast at the Bureau of Land Management's actions at the Bundy Ranch and extatic that a crow
Bill O'Reilly celebrates a significant victory over al Qaeda and warns N.Y.C. Mayor Bill de Blasio that now is not the time to reduce police powers against terror suspects.
Oklahoma bans its cities from raising minimum wages, considers ending both gay and straight marriage, and taxes solar power.
Ron Fournier, Charles Krauthammer, and George Will discuss.