It appears Newt Gingrich isn't done throwing more red meat to his base given the remarks he made on who he would want to appoint as Secretary of State were he to be elected president. Gingrich: ‘I Will Ask John Bolton To Be Secretary Of
Current TV's Keith Olbermann spoke to Human Rights First's Raha Wala about the extremely dangerous threat to our civil liberties that the United States Senate is considering in the defense authorization bill where citizens of the United States could
Chris Matthews decrys Newt Gingrich's assent.
“Countdown” guest host David Shuster and Jonathan Turley, constitutional law expert and professor at George Washington University – and a Countdown contributor – analyze Mayor Bloomberg’s claim that the NYPD are keeping the press from the story “so journalists can be safe.”
New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly got the first place honors in Keith Olbermann's list of Worst Persons for Monday night for their little fiasco this weekend with another over-hyped terrorism threat to distract
New York City Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez talks about his frustration over being assaulted and arrested Tuesday during the early morning raid on the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Zuccotti Park by Mayor Bloomberg and the NYPD. Rodriguez vows to keep supporting the movement, saying, “I believe that this mayor is showing one more time that he is disconnected from the reality of average New Yorkers.”
Countdown's Keith Olbermann talked to former legal adviser for Oakland Mayor Jean Quan, Dan Siegel, about his decision to resign his position over Monday's police raid of Occupy Oakland that Diane wrote about here at our Occupy America sister site -- Riot Police Evict Occupy Oakland:
Olbermann And Holland On City Officials Using Recent Homicide To Justify Eviction Of #OccupyOakland Protesters
After Keith Olbermann running us through some of the recent news on various Occupy protests across the country, AlterNet's Joshua Holland joined the set of Countdown to discuss the latest from Occupy Oakland, where police are threatening to again evict the protesters there and whether the shooting nearby was being used as an excuse to justify the eviction.
Countdown's David Shuster talked to The Guardian's Adam Gabbatt who broke this story of yet another Iraq War veteran being the victim of police brutality at the Occupy Oakland protests -- Occupy Oakland: second Iraq war veteran injured after police
Countdown's Keith Olbermann opened this segment with some pictures of Wednesday night's march and general strike at Occupy Oakland. Meanwhile in New York, veterans marched on lower Manhattan today to honor Scott Olsen, the veteran who was injured