Oh, the Republican braintrust must have worked overtime on this brilliant strategy
The 2016 election may be far off, but one theme is becoming clear: Republican strategists and presidential hopefuls, in ways subtle and overt, are eager to focus a spotlight on Mrs. Clinton’s age. . . . [read on]
Even some Democrats suggest she can't win the White House at 69. Here's why that's silly -- and maybe sexist
The economics of DOMA
Sunday symposium: The state of labor
Screwing workers, raised to an art form
How the temps who power corporate giants are getting crushed
Congrats, CEOs! You're making 273 times the pay of the average worker.
Supremes screw workers, yet again
If you're not born rich, how do you rise?
We Don't Need More Capital. We Need More Labor Income.
Changing definitions, unchanging realities for workers
Ray LaHood (R-IL) says goodbye to the GOP
"We will not win another presidential election as Republicans unless we do something to fix the broken immigration system."
Edward Snowden updates
The Sunday talk show line-ups
ABC’S THIS WEEK: Julian Assange. Then, Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin and National Organization for Marriage President Brian Brown. Roundtable: Matthew Dowd, Terry Moran, Rep. Donna F. Edwards (D-MD), Peggy Noonan. Plus, Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis.
CBS’ FACE THE NATION: Former solicitor general Ted Olson. Then, former NSA director Gen. Michael Hayden. Plus, Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis.
CNN’S STATE OF THE UNION: David Boies, co-counsel in the Supreme Court case against Proposition 8. Then, House Judiciary Committee Chair Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) and Chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus’ Immigration Task Force Luis Gutierrez (D-IL). Roundtable: New York Times Magazine Chief Political Correspondent Matt Bai:, The Root Contributing Editor Corey Dade; Fmr. Sen. George Allen (R-VA) and democratic strategist Hilary Rosen.
MOYERS & COMPANY: The Faces of America’s Hungry. The tragic truth about hunger, food insecurity and poverty in America.
NBC’S MEET THE PRESS: House Democratic Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). Then, Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS). Plus, Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis. Roundtable: Rachel Maddow, Ralph Reed, Michael Eric Dyson, Jim DeMint, Pete Williams.
Bonus item: Yesterday we talked about the work of Armando Iannucci on the tv show "Veep." Here is a delightful little movie recommendation if you'd like a sampler of his quirky, cycnical, hilarous take on the foibles of politics
"In the Loop"
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