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Milbank On Planet Denial: No Rebirth Of The Militia Movement
As Bundy Ranch militia friends enjoyed a barbeque with live music from Sarah Palin's show band, Dana Milbank reassured viewers not to worry, nothing to see here. Read more...
Milbank On Bundy Ranch Standoff: 'This Is Not A Rebirth Of The Militia Movement'
Dana Milbank downplays whether the recent standoff at the Bundy ranch represents a rebirth of the militia movement.
CT Gov. Malloy Takes Michael Steele To School Over Minimum Wage
Gov. Dan Malloy knocks down every one of Michael Steele's talking points while debating the need to raise the minimum wage on this Tuesday's Hardball. Read more...
Open Thread - Tweety!
Tweety mentions Tweety but doesn't get the Tweety? Read more...
Hardball's Smerconish Calls Out Former Gingrich Spox Tyler's Lies On Voter Supression
Being a former spokesperson for the likes of Newt Gingrich ought to get you booted from the pundit class for life, but instead it means the likes of Rick Tyler is asked to come on Hardball and lie about voter suppression. Read more...

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We all had to know this was coming as soon as the news came out that the D.C. City Council wants to force large, hugely profitable businesses like Walmart to pay their employees a living wage. The cheap labor conservatives are coming out in droves to attack the council and shill for Walmart. Read more...
Hardball's Chris Matthews once again let his mouth overrun his brain and called Krispy Kreme doughnuts "Christie Kremes." Read more...
Here's your quote of the day from Chris Matthews after Bob Shrum told him that the only reason Republicans got control of the House is because of gerrymandering: Read more...
Chris Matthews thinks the chained CPI idea is "reasonable" but mocks Democratic opposition. Read more...
From this Thursday's Hardball, former RNC Chairman and now unfortunately for anyone who watches the network, MSNBC contributor Michael Steele, decided to get into a spat with Chris Matthews over whether CPAC 2013 ought to be inviting the likes of birthers like Donald Trump to speak at the conference rather than those from the Republican party who might actually have a chance of winning a national election. Steele's response was basically to dismiss all of Trump's birther talk and attempt to paint it as ancient history. Read more...