On Morning Joe, MSNBC contributor Chris Matthews predicts a Republican win of the Senate.
In a rambling monologue on MSNBC, a wide-eyed Krystal Ball gave her impression of 2016 Republican primary contestants: they are irrelevant. Her self-confident finger pointing and snide remarks about a "browner electorate" somehow fall flat though, considering the increasing chance of a Republican takeover of the Senate.
Speaking to Ukraine's interim prime minister Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk, President Obama continues his litany of empty threats. The West will be "forced to apply a cost to Russia's violations of international law" he said, not quite saying specifically what would need to stop or what the punishment would be.
President Barack Obama, in Manhattan for some high dollar Democratic Party fundraising, made a quick, unannounced stop at the Gap Tuesday to buy some sweaters for his daughters and to make a pitch for the minimum wage.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing more than four days ago and its whereabouts remain a mystery. Three Americans were among the 239 people to disappear with the plane as it travelled from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Politifacts dubbed Obama's claim 'if you like your health care plan, you can keep it' the lie of 2013. Stan Veuger of the American Enterprise Institute offered a potential Lie of the Year winner for 2014: "we will lower your premiums by $2500."
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie the annual meeting of the Conservative Political Action Committee Thursday. He told Republicans to talk about what ideas they're for and not what they're against.
Minnesota Representative and conservative firebrand Michele Bachmann took aim at Hillary Clinton's potential presidential candidacy on Saturday, telling CPAC attendees that "America will have a woman for President - just the right one."
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) spoke about America's economic growth at Google's D.C. headquarters Monday. "As much as we innovate now, we could be doing even more. Washington puts up a blockade of restrictions, regulations and taxes that prevent innovators from accessing the full range of opportunity offered by the American free enterprise system. But with new pro-innovation policies, we can collapse these barriers and open new pathways to accessing our 21st century economy."
Fmr. Sen. Rick Santorum attacked fellow Republicans Friday for apologizing for conservatism. Speaking at the annual CPAC convention, Santorum said the establishment in his party is more concerned about winning than standing up for their beliefs. "Le'ts face it, we have a bunch of leaders in this country who don't believed conservative policies can be the basis of a winning national election, and so they put forth candidates that keep apologizing for the principles they say they believe in, and then they wonder why they lose."
Jodi Miller discusses hot topics of the week including President Obama, Vladimir Putin, Obamacare, Edward Snowden, Niagara Falls freezing, Al Gore, and the Los Angeles Marathon.
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