The Daily Rundown

Chuck Todd: Shouldn't Dems Give Up More To GOP To Get UI Benefits Extended?
To the beltway media, Democrats in Congress should always give up more and more and bow down to the Republicans in Congress who only obstruct things. NBC's Chuck Todd makes that very assertion disguised as a question. Read more...
If anyone wants to know who is winning the media wars for the way they've governed, look no further than this segment with MSNBC's Chuck Todd. Read more...
Chuck Todd and the rest of the beltway Villagers over at MSNBC just can't stop themselves. Todd treated his viewers to yet another infomercial from the network for the Fix the Debt campaign, this time with former Republican Rep. Mark Kennedy having a seat at the table instead of their regular contributor, Ed Rendell, who is usually the one who we see shilling for that organization on the network. Read more...
As Susie already noted here, Elizabeth Warren's first chance to ask questions as a member of the Senate Banking Committee and to take some of these SEC chairs to task for not prosecuting anyone on Wall Street for their behavior, apparently hurt some Read more...
From this Tuesday's The Daily Rundown on MSNBC, Chuck Todd brought in authors Norm Ornstein and Thomas Mann to discuss the thesis of their new book and how the media has completely failed to cover the fact that we've got one party in this country Read more...

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I caught this segment with MSNBC's Chuck Todd this Thursday morning and almost thought I was listening to a segment on Fox, because they've generally been the ones pushing this Washington Post story and carrying water for the Romney campaign, Read more...
Any time someone has to use James O'Keefe and one of his phoney sting videos to validate their argument, they don't have one, which is exactly what Heritage Foundation flack Brian Darling did this Monday to justify the GOP's voter suppression laws Read more...
In another exercise where our corporate media is pretending that Democrats have moved to the left to counter the fact that the Republican Party has moved way to the right, Chuck Todd treated his viewers to Conserva-Dem and former Arkansas Sen. Read more...
While discussing whether Gov. Mitch Daniels is going to support Richard Mourdock, who just defeated incumbent Sen. Richard Lugar from his home state of Indiana and Mourdock's statement that his idea of compromise equals Democrats voting with Read more...
This has to be one of the more pitiful attempts to spin low enthusiasm for the current crop of Republican presidential primary contenders that I've seen yet from one of the most obnoxious campaign surrogates around, former New Hampshire Gov. John Read more...