Todd swoons over the man with one of the "deepest government resumes EVER." His 28th appearance on Meet The Press is focused on reminiscing the first Iraq War and criticizing our president's strategy to deal with ISIL.
Why does network news think that taking advice from disgraced Iraq war architects like Paul Wolfowitz is the type of coverage our country needs when discussing Iraq's present day condition?
Reince Priebus, the RNC chairmen went nuclear on Hillary Clinton this morning on NBC as he talked to David Gregory. He shoveled every right wing talking point at Gregory, blaming her for bad health, age and everything that's bad in the world.
NBC's David Gregory has been a big proponent of an unfounded belief that America has to cut entitlements to fix the the federal deficit. He took that obsession to Patty Murray on Meet The Press.
When journalists let terrorists make their demands without so much as a raised eyebrow, they become partners with them.
Sunday's Meet the Press was supposed to be a "serious" discussion about race in the context of the Trayvon Martin case. What it felt like to me was David Gregory trying to flog the idea that President Obama hasn't led us into some "meaningful"
On Meet The Press today, David Brooks was still trying to bail out his young idol, Paul Ryan, who hurt the GOP brand very badly by trying to dismantle our safety net programs with his budget. Brooks digs deep in bizarroland by saying that even
Since Conservatives love a good bully, Chris Cristie has become a favorite among them, but how does that justify David Gregory's claim about him on Meet The Press? MR. GREGORY: And you're teeing up -- Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey ,
Sen. Dick Durbin Explains Why Guantanamo Should Be Closed And Uses Major Alexander's Explanation. Newt Smears Alexander
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from Think Progress: This morning on NBC’s Meet the Press, host David Gregory asserted that the Republican Party “used to be the party of big ide