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David Corn: DNC Has 'Tremendous Amount of Regret' for Limiting Debates

In the "Tell Me Something I Don't Know" segment of Tuesday's edition of Hardball, Mother Jones magazine's David Corn informed MSNBC host Chris Matthews that the Democratic National Committee was racked with a "tremendous amount of regret in the high ranks of the" party organization that they had limited the primary debates so much.

Mother Jones' David Corn On The NRA's Obama Debate Challenge: "The NRA Has Proven That They Are Not Good Faith Actors"

From the January 14 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: CHRIS HAYES (HOST): Here's what is so striking to me. What the president is really trying to do, I think, in good faith, and whether he is effective or not, is trying to persuade people on these issues, I mean he really is trying to persuade people. Show More Summary

I HOPE WE’RE NOT TOO MESSIANIC, OR A TRIFLE TOO SATANIC: PBS: Ted Cruz and His Father Are ‘Satanic.’…

I HOPE WE’RE NOT TOO MESSIANIC, OR A TRIFLE TOO SATANIC: PBS: Ted Cruz and His Father Are ‘Satanic.’ They may be onto something — not fair for Davids Corn and Brooks to drag his dad into it, but Ted certainly knows his Alinsky, almost as well as Hillary and Obama…

Anti-Trump petition now in U.K. Parliament

Chris Matthews asks the Hardball Roundtable to tell him something he doesn't know, and David Corn says an anti-Trump petition is now in the U.K. Parliament.

Ben Carson's very excellent Friday flameout

3 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! A reminder: in his latest email solicitation Carson said candidate's faith, honesty & character more important than his political experience — David Corn (@DavidCornDC) November 6, 2015 Was...Show More Summary

Tell Me Something: November 4, 2015

Chris Matthews asks the Hardball Roundtable to bring him a scoop he doesn’t know about. Mother Jones’ David Corn, the Wall Street Journal’s Carol Lee and...

Carson continues to surge past Trump

New national polls show Dr. Ben Carson continuing to surge past Donald Trump heading into this week’s debate in Boulder, Colorado. Mother Jones’ David Corn...

David Corn on Ben Carson: 'There Are Serious Issues About His Faith'

MSNBC analyst David Corn claims that there are "serious issues" about Ben Carson's Seventh Day Adventism faith. Great point, David. After all, for twenty years, Carson sat in the pews of a preacher who spewed "God damn America" hatred, a pastor that Carson chose to officiate his marriage and baptize his children. Oh, wait: that wasn't Carson. Show More Summary

Does Carson Believe Evangelicals Are Going to Hell?

David Corn, Mother Jones: Religion and politics can make a volatile mix. In the case of ]Ben] Carson, this overlap is an essential part of his success. Yet it is odd that Carson has done so well with evangelicals when he is a high-profile...Show More Summary

Trump’s foreign policy speech: What happened?

In a speech long on confusing asides and short on details, Donald Trump gave what was billed as his first major policy address. Mother Jones’ David Corn...

Donald Trump: Syrians will be sent back

Donald Trump says if he is elected, he will send all Syrian refugees back. Mother Jones’ David Corn, American Urban Radio Networks’ April Ryan, and the...

Day's End and Night Watch

Amazing how little play David Corn's piece on Ben Carson, which ought to be a mortal blow to the man's presidential candidacy, is getting today. Have a feeling MSM will...

Carson and Skousen

Perhaps the least surprising revelation of the presidential cycle so far can be found in David Corn's piece today on Dr. Ben Carson's enthusiasm for the famous Bircher crank W....

Ben Carson has an incredible riff to describe how the brain accomplishes even the simplest of tasks

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has memorized a sophisticated explanation for how the brain accomplishes even the simplest tasks. In an incredible video unearthed by Mother Jones' David Corn last Friday, the Republican presidential candidate asked an audience if they would raise their hands if they could remember the date of their birthdays. Show More Summary

Admit it. You're Kinda Going to Miss John Boehner.

Speaker of the House John Boehner is leaving Congress, and my boss David Corn says good riddance. In November 2009, he and other GOP leaders hosted an anti-Obamacare rally at the Capitol, where enraged protesters chanted, "Nazis, Nazis," in reference to Democrats working to enact the Affordable Care Act. Show More Summary

Open Thread: Dictator Envy

Pope warns of "every type of fundamentalism, whether religious or of any kind." Wow. #PopeOnTheHill — David Corn (@DavidCornDC) September 24, 2015 Sometimes I’m easily amused. From the NYTimes, Monday, “Without Calming Voice, G.O.P. Is Letting Divisive Ones Speak on Muslims”: … In the years since President George W. Bush sought to separate the Islamic [Read more...]

Learn About Intelligence ... From George W. Bush

David Corn, Mother Jones: Why would hundreds of the leading minds in the fields of national security, intelligence, and information technology want to be lectured to by former President George W. Bush, who, after all, misused intelligence to launch a war with little preparation for what would come afterward? And why would the U.S. Show More Summary

In attacking Obama on Iraq, Trump has another of those oh-so-convenient memory lapses of his

5 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

What does what I said then have to do with what I am saying now? David Corn at Mother Jones does an excellent job of vivisecting Donald Trump for blaming President Obama for the bloody mess in Iraq. As we've all seen since what seems...Show More Summary

Florida Man Beats Up 100-Year-Old Mom For Feeding Cat, Police Say

A 74-year-old Florida man is behind bars after police said he hit his 100-year-old mother in the head with a broom. The reason? She was attempti... Read more: David Corning, Ellen Corning, Mug Shots, Dumb Crime, Anger Management, Weird Florida, Crime News

Shaking Down Poor People Is Tied To Police Violence

I started noticing this trend 30 years ago, as towns began to plug budget holes with zealous over-enforcement and ticket-writing. We'll already seen how that works in Ferguson, Missouri -- but it's happening everywhere. David Corn and...Show More Summary

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