Land Rights
April 18th, 2014
11:26 AM ET
5 hours ago

What made Nevada rancher fight the feds?

Washington (CNN) – When the Bureau of Land Management retreated from a standoff with Cliven Bundy, a few hundred people traveled to his Nevada ranch to protest what they see as an overreach of the federal government.

One protester from neighboring Utah, Stephen L. Dean, 45, called the Bureau of Land Management's actions "tyranny in government." And a banner at the protest site blared: "Has the West been won? Or has the fight just begun!"


Filed under: Nevada
April 9th, 2014
08:47 AM ET
1 week ago

Bill Clinton on Snowden: An 'imperfect messenger'

(CNN) - Former President Bill Clinton weighed in on Edward Snowden, calling the controversial National Security Agency leaker an “imperfect messenger.”

Clinton said Snowden’s release of highly classified surveillance programs that include the surveillance of Americans “has raised all of these questions about whether we can use technology to protect the national security without destroying the liberty, which includes the right to privacy, of basically innocent bystanders.”


Filed under: Bill Clinton • Edward Snowden
April 1st, 2014
08:31 AM ET
2 weeks ago

Republicans hit a nerve when it comes to Obamacare

Washington (CNN) – Republicans are going all in, hoping that the payout is big. Like control of the Senate, big.

Their big bet: Obamacare.


Filed under: 2014 • Obamacare • Republicans
March 13th, 2014
10:00 AM ET
1 month ago

Ryan's 'inner city' comments sparking backlash

Washington (CNN) - Rep. Paul Ryan said comments he made on a conservative radio program about people in inner cities not valuing the “culture of work” were “inarticulate.”

“I was not implicating the culture of one community-but of society as a whole,” Ryan said in a statement after fellow members of Congress pounced on his comments as being offensive and tinged with racism.


Filed under: Paul Ryan
CPAC: 'Las Vegas' for young conservatives
March 6th, 2014
05:22 PM ET
1 month ago

CPAC: 'Las Vegas' for young conservatives

National Harbor, Maryland (CNN) – Potential Republican presidential candidates take the stage, hoping to generate a buzz. But the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, known as CPAC, has a lot more happening outside the massive, big-screened adorned ballroom where conservatives take the stage.

It's a conference where thousands of young Republicans from colleges across the country come to network and possibly meet Mr. or Ms. Right. It's a marketing bonanza for authors and organizations. It's a place to wear your favorite American flag underwear. This is CPAC - CPAC beyond the headline-making political speeches.


Filed under: CPAC • Ted Cruz • Uncategorized
Sunday chatter: Make Putin take notice
March 2nd, 2014
03:45 PM ET
2 months ago

Sunday chatter: Make Putin take notice

(CNN) - Russia’s escalation in Ukraine dominated the political talk shows Sunday morning. American politicians and Obama administration officials are calling Russian President Vladimir Putin’s deployment of troops to the Russian-friendly Crimean peninsula the latest provocation in a troubling series of events.

It’s also the latest foreign policy challenge facing President Barack Obama, whose tenure has been plagued by international crises ranging from two wars, an unruly North Korea and uprisings in the Middle East.

If you missed any of the Sunday chatter, we've got you covered:


AFP president: Reid tries to 'silence and intimidate' Americans
February 27th, 2014
04:51 PM ET
2 months ago

AFP president: Reid tries to 'silence and intimidate' Americans

Washington (CNN) - One day after Senate Majority Harry Reid repeatedly attacked the conservative billionaire activists, the Koch brothers, and their well-financed conservative organization Americans for Prosperity, the head of that group, Tim Phillips, said Reid is using scare tactics against detractors.

"For a politician to try and silence and intimidate an American citizen solely because they don't like the facts that are coming out and the story they are telling says more about the politician than it says about Americans for Prosperity," Phillips told CNN in a sit-down interview near his office in Arlington, Virginia Thursday morning.


February 23rd, 2014
04:18 PM ET
2 months ago

Sunday chatter: 2016 and an unapologetic Susan Rice

(CNN) - CNN’s State of the Union Host Candy Crowley aptly put it at the top of her show Sunday: Four of the last six presidents were governors.

Governors descended upon Washington this week for the annual National Governors Association meeting. They also filled the hot seats on the Sunday talk shows.

That inevitable question was asked. The one about running for president.

Filed under: 2016 • Bobby Jindal • Chris Christie • Libya • Marijuana • Mike Pence • Scott Walker • Syria • Ukraine
The thing George W. Bush misses about being president
February 19th, 2014
03:54 PM ET
2 months ago

The thing George W. Bush misses about being president

(CNN) - The country's 43rd president speaks. And reflects. And makes a joke – a rather good one.

In a rare public appearance, former President George W. Bush said Wednesday he gets asked if he misses being president.


Filed under: George W. Bush • President Bush
Sunday chatter:  D.C. drama is a 'House of Cards'
February 16th, 2014
06:36 PM ET
2 months ago

Sunday chatter: D.C. drama is a 'House of Cards'

(CNN) - What do Hillary Clinton, John Boehner, Mitch McConnell and Ted Cruz have in common? It’s the characteristics they share with “House of Cards” characters.

They were also the main topics on the Sunday talk shows.


Filed under: Hillary Clinton • Matt Bevin • Mitch McConnell • Ted Cruz
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