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McConnell borrows from ‘Tom Cotton’s playbook’
- Tom Cotton urged Iran not to trust the United States on nuclear policy. Mitch McConnell is urging the world not to trust the United States on emissions.
http://on.msnbc.com/19KYgDu
Tom Cotton urged Iran not to trust the United States on nuclear policy. Mitch McConnell is urging the world not to trust the United States on emissions.
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Ignorant behavior on the part of McConnell.
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Dems target college campuses over Congress’ spring break
- There's a larger trend underway, with GOP policymakers -- at the state and federal level -- dramatically scaling back investment in higher education.
http://on.msnbc.com/1GhqLp6
There's a larger trend underway, with GOP policymakers -- at the state and federal level -- dramatically scaling back investment in higher education.
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That’s not what ‘moderate’ means
- There's nothing "moderate" about ignoring a firestorm of national criticism and endorsing a discriminatory law popular with far-right social conservatives.
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There's nothing "moderate" about ignoring a firestorm of national criticism and endorsing a discriminatory law popular with far-right social conservatives.
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+Daphne Sylk That's if you buy that shit!  GOP WANTS A WAR AGAIN!  
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Mike Pence’s contradictory assurances
- Is the Indiana governor committed to fixing his controversial right-to-discriminate law? He's made contradictory assurances -- five times in six days.
http://on.msnbc.com/1BRty3f
Is the Indiana governor committed to fixing his controversial right-to-discriminate law? He's made contradictory assurances -- five times in six days.
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+Valdis Kletnieks In a more perfect world, that Pence never should've signed that bill into law. Bit when you're a member of a party that caters to conservatives, reactionaries and religious nut jobs, legislation like this is par for the course.
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Senator Elizabeth Warren: 'We put the wind in our own sails'
- Senator Elizabeth Warren talks with Rachel Maddow about the need to hold America's big banks accountable for their actions, and her recommendation that Democrats build their politics on making Washington, D.C. work for average Americans.
http://on.msnbc.com/1CL5NxN
Senator Elizabeth Warren talks with Rachel Maddow about the need to hold America's big banks accountable for their actions, and her recommendation that Democrats build their politics on making Washington, D.C. work for average Americans.
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+Timothy Collins
I know, but if we can get, and keep, a more progrssive government, those issues change.

That's up to us!
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Religious right puts GOP at odds with public opinion
- Rachel Maddow shows how conservative politics can often put Republican politicians at odds with public opinion while trying to satisfy the religious right. Tom Lobianco of the Indianapolis Star Tribune joins to discuss Indiana's new discrimination law.
http://on.msnbc.com/1NHm7TJ
Rachel Maddow shows how conservative politics can often put Republican politicians at odds with public opinion while trying to satisfy the religious right. Tom Lobianco of the Indianapolis Star Tribune joins to discuss Indiana's new discrimination law.
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+SUE Willoughby​ republicans don't believe in evolution. 

Woot for ignorance..... wheeeew
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Jeb throws the ‘I am my own man’ pitch out the window
- How many voters are asking, "I'm looking for a candidate who'll bring back the identical foreign policy and economic team that caused widespread ruin"?
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How many voters are asking, "I'm looking for a candidate who'll bring back the identical foreign policy and economic team that caused widespread ruin"?
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But, but, it wasn't the GOP that ruined our Economy. Sure, they had "The Decider" in the White House and all, but those pesky Democrats are so dang powerful, and the GOP is so weak and ineffective, that it was the Democrats that really ruined our economy because they bullied the poor defenseless GOP into it. Just like now, the GOP are in full control of the House and Senate, but they cannot do a darn thing because those pesky Democrats are just so dang powerful, and the GOP is just so dang weak. Yet, somehow, through it all, they managed to improve the Economy and our foreign relations since 2009, despite the big bully Democrats having the White House and everything.
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GOP, voters at odds over policy towards Iran
- The right continues to believe the public is siding with Republicans against diplomatic talks with Iran. The evidence to the contrary is overwhelming.
http://on.msnbc.com/1BRu9Su
The right continues to believe the public is siding with Republicans against diplomatic talks with Iran. The evidence to the contrary is overwhelming.
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This just in GOP, voters, at odds over everything
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Benghazi panel wants private, not public, Clinton testimony
- It's counter-intuitive: why does Clinton want to testify for all the world to see, while Republicans want to keep the discussion behind closed doors?
http://on.msnbc.com/1FiqG2Z
It's counter-intuitive: why does Clinton want to testify for all the world to see, while Republicans want to keep the discussion behind closed doors?
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Republicans don't want the public to see them making asses of themselves for another Benghazi inquiry.  They have done about 9 already with no "findings."
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Following in Indiana’s footsteps?
- After Indiana's right-to-discriminate law created a national controversy, Arkansas Republicans asked, "How can we bring a similar firestorm to our state?"
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After Indiana's right-to-discriminate law created a national controversy, Arkansas Republicans asked, "How can we bring a similar firestorm to our state?"
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+James Johnson "Exact equivalence"? BULLSHIT.

Obviously, a Jewish food vendor who keeps Kosher is not going to have pork anything on hand; a gay couple wanting to wed is likely to want much the same kind of flowers or cake that a straight couple would - with the possible exception of the little figures on the top of the cake. 

For that matter, in some small towns there might BE only one nearby baker who does fancy wedding cakes - and there have been several cases of this kind of anti-gay bigotry in the news where a gay couple had dealt cordially with the vendor, not had ANY idea there would be a problem until the subject of their wedding came into it - so your straw man of "When a gay couple TARGETS a Christian business...." face-plants right there. 

It is long held and settled human rights law in this country that when one opens a business to the public, one must serve ALL of the public. Period. That means all the skin colors in the human spectrum, atheists, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, Jews, Catholics, Protestants and so on... oh, yeah - and LGBT people too.
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Senator Elizabeth Warren pushes Democrats to compete on issues
- Senator Elizabeth Warren talks with Rachel Maddow about the differences between Democrats and Republicans on popular issues like student loans and the minimum wage, and why she thinks emphasizing those distinctions is key to Democratic political success.
http://on.msnbc.com/19HOoua
Senator Elizabeth Warren talks with Rachel Maddow about the differences between Democrats and Republicans on popular issues like student loans and the minimum wage, and why she thinks emphasizing those distinctions is key to Democratic political success.
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Great interview, Thanks.
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Rubio, Clinton, and the fine art of email politics
- For a while, Hillary Clinton's critics thought the email story would be a clean, easy hit on the likely Democratic nominee. It's not turning out that way.
http://on.msnbc.com/1IjEuKQ
For a while, Hillary Clinton's critics thought the email story would be a clean, easy hit on the likely Democratic nominee. It's not turning out that way.
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+Horton Copperpot I'm gonna make a bet that if we went through Congress and did a full survey of the personal email accounts (That could have been used for discussing sensitive info), we will see most of them use gmail or yahoo mail.

Both have been hacked multiple times in the past... Therefore I suggest that the congress people might want to answer some questions.
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