Morning Joe, May 23, 2014.
Joe Scarborough feigns outrage over Sen. Jay Rockefeller pointing out the obvious at a hearing the previous day and insists that racism must not exist if he hasn't experienced it first hand.
With the Supreme Court weighing in on the issue of gay marriage this week and such sorry pronouncements like the one we heard from Justice Samuel Alito where he called the issue "newer than cell phones or the Internet," The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took his viewers though some of the "evolving" views we've seen from our politicians over the recent weeks.
From The Daily Show Feb. 24, 2010: President Obama can't win with the Republicans on health care, so the Democrats should push through whatever ref
This is a big step in the right direction, and it's something that would go a long way toward easing national insecurity (and not incidentally, expire
Sen. Joe Lieberman isn't backing down from his demand that health care reform not include a public option but now he has a few more requirements. "Yo
Former CIGNA executive Wendell Potter says one of the most important things we can do to reform health care is to control the medical loss ratio - s
Every once in a while, Sen. Jay Rockefeller remembers the people who sent him to represent them and does them proud. Yesterday was one of those days
Keith Olbermann talks to Sen. Jay Rockefeller about the foot dragging by the Republicans during the amendment process on the health care bill. Rockfel
From The Ed Schultz Show, Jay Rockefeller says he is going to introduce an amendment for the public amendment in the Senate Finance Committee even tho
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