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For all the change that voters seemed to demand on Election Day, the leadership of the House and Senate remains the same. Did Washington just not hear the voters' message?
This week on Politics Daily's online Sunday show, Woman Up, Alex Wagner, Jill Lawrence, Lynn Sweet, Bonnie Erbe' and I discuss the week of mixed White House messages, in Asia and back at home.
This week on Politics Daily's online Sunday show, we discuss Nancy Pelosi's decision to run for minority leader and why Republicans spent the days following their victory focused on repealing health care reform instead of creating jobs.
This week on Politics Daily's online Sunday show, Woman UP, Patricia Murphy, Sandra Fish, Alex Wagner and I discuss this week's lowlights and Tuesday's midterms:
This week on Politics Daily's online Sunday show, we discuss Maureen Dowd's GOP "Mean Girls," President Obama's outreach to women voters, and Ginni Thomas reaching out to her husband's accuser, Anita Hill.
Beltway is buzzing with a new round of rumors suggesting Hillary Clinton could replace Biden as Obama's running mate in 2012. Not gonna happen, says she.
A Gallup survey last week showed Congress has the lowest approval rating for a midterm Congress since Gallup began the measurement. Our online Sunday show panel weighs in.
This week on Woman UP, we discuss whether conservative women are allowed to criticize treatment of Delaware's Republican Senate nominee, Christine O'Donnell, as sexist.
This week on Politics Daily's online weekend show, we discuss the obscure preacher who effectively held the country hostage by threatening to burn the Koran. Should we in the media have covered him?
What a week at the White House. Carl M. Cannon discusses it on Politics Daily's weekly online talk show with Jill Lawrence, Sarah Wildman, Bonnie Erbé, and Matt Lewis. Come join us.
This week on Politics Daily's online weekend show, a discussion of Glenn Beck's March on Washington, 47 years to the day after Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech.
This week on Politics Daily's online Sunday show, topics include the proposed mosque, myths regarding Obama's faith and national security implications of undercutting U.S. efforts in the Muslim world.
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