Blog Profile / Politico: Joe Scarborough


URL :http://www.politico.com/blogs/joe-scarborough/
Filed Under:Politics / US Politics
Posts on Regator:3473
Posts / Week:7.8
Archived Since:June 30, 2009

Blog Post Archive

On my backstory with Rubio: There isn’t one

"I have never once said a single thing negative about Rubio personally off the air."

Commuting thoughts of a run

On my long commute home at the start of this holiday weekend, I did an interview with Hugh Hewitt.

Too early to dismiss Chris Christie

You never know how a candidate will respond to the rigors of a campaign until they actually jump into the campaign.

Why take credit for flat wages?

Opinion: Washington's great challenge is to move beyond the smallness that has defined politics and get to work on improving wages.

Congress, chaos and the Crimson Tide

Even though football is just a game, sometimes it can teach us a lesson or two.

Truth trumps hype in Ferguson

The "hands up, don't shoot" gesture is offensive because the gesture suggests that a police officer pointed a gun and shot a black man whose arms were in the air.

If you start to take Vienna, take Vienna

Opinion: We must not waver in our resolve to fight the terrorist threat.

Who is the FBI afraid of offending?

Opinion: Can the FBI really confront the evil America now faces and the threat of copycat killers?

The Mideast's tragic, teachable moment

Opinion: What applies to football and corporate culture applies to nation-building as well.

The words of Janay Rice

Opinion: Rice's wife doesn't understand that her husband alone is responsible for his firing.

Commuting thoughts of a run

On my long commute home at the start of this holiday weekend, I did an interview with Hugh Hewitt, who asked as he always does if I am thinking of running for president next year. I said "No." Hugh then asked if I would consider running for Marco Rubio's seat in 2016. Show More Summary

Obama right on ISIL response

I have been a consistent critic of President Obama's policy initiatives. I called the stimulus package a steaming pile of garbage, said his health care plan was bad for America, and said his massive spending programs would undermineShow More Summary

The words of Janay Rice

Crime doesn't pay, especially if you're a rich NFL star caught beating up your future wife. But yesterday, the victim served as Ray Rice's lone defender. Janay Rice used an Instagram post to blame the media for "taking something away...Show More Summary

The Mideast's tragic, teachable moment

When I was growing up, my dad coached most teams my brother and I played on. And he was pretty great at what he did. Winning more championships than I could remember. I asked him when I coached high school football between college and law school what his secret was. Show More Summary

Who is the FBI afraid of offending?

There was tragic news out of Moore, Oklahoma, on Friday afternoon when 54-year-old wife, mother and grandmother Colleen Hufford was attacked and beheaded by a former co-worker who had spent the past weeks trying to convert fellow employees...Show More Summary

If you start to take Vienna, take Vienna

Napoleon said, "if you start to take Vienna, take Vienna." The Austrian capital seems to be the one place east of Paris where we haven't sent troops over the past decade. But we are now ensnarled in a war in Syria and Iraq, facing off against the most radical form of Islamic extremism. Show More Summary

Truth trumps hype in Ferguson

There are times when symbolic gestures pack a powerful punch. Fifty-nine years ago yesterday, Rosa Parks refused to give her bus seat to a white passenger. Parks' action became an important symbol for the Civil Rights movement and an inspiration to those fighting to end segregation in America. Show More Summary

Congress, chaos and the Crimson Tide

I remember the warnings early in my first campaign."You're wasting your time, son. They don't send Republicans to Congress around here." Maybe they were right. Maybe Florida's 1st District hadn't sent a Republican to Washington since 1873. Show More Summary

Why take credit for flat wages?

Democrats and Republicans are scrambling to take credit for this month's jobs report. They should save their energy. There is some good news. America created more jobs last year than anytime since 1999, and it continues to be unaffected by weak economies in Europe and Japan. Show More Summary

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