I was on Real Time with Bill Maher last week where we had a confusing climate change/evolution combo debate.
Click here for the Overtime segment of Real time with Bill Maher. We discuss whether America is exceptional.
That seems to be the biggest takeaway from my recent debate with Eliot Spitzer and Kathleen Parker. Actually we had a pretty good conversation on whether health care is a “right.” Check it out: CNN Parker Spitzer – Cain: “It was like I farted in church…”
Will Cain, John Avlon, Nicole Wallace, and Ari Melber join Eliot Spitzer and Kathleen Parker to discuss the midterm elections. What senate race will serve as the bellweather race? And why does Will think gridlock is good for America?
I don’t know. But I do think it is largely a fee-skimming business. Check it out in the clip.
On Anderson Cooper 360 Ari Melber and I talked with Sanjay Gupta about whether the Nevada senatorial race is getting rough. I said that despite all the challenges to “man-up” the Nevada race should be an easy choice for voters because you couldn’t have two more different candidates.
Last week I joined Eliot Spitzer, Kathleen Parker, and Ari Melber to debate why Obama’s once powerful message is no longer resonating with voters. We also talk about whether the Tea Party has put forward any serious ideas about entitlement reform.
Before the Pledge was published, I debated Al Angrisani – former Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Reagan – on what a Republican strategy should be if they win the House. I think it should be twofold: 1. Gridlock: promise to shut down this progressive legislative onslaught threatening to micromanage our lives. 2. Bold goals […]
A quick hit of topics on Hannity, from Charlie Rangel’s amazing reelection in New York (what’s wrong with New Yorkers? Just don’t give a damn if the guys is crook as long as he delivers?), the Ohio governor’s debate between Kasich and Strickland, and smoking Ines Sainz getting catcalled by a few Jets players.
Islam is not a race. Islam is not an ethnicity. Islam is a set of ideas. And criticizing a set of ideas does not make you a bigot. Otherwise, I would guess I am a progressive bigot, a Kant bigot, a Bill Maher bigot, a people-who-think-Jackson-Pollack-is-art-and-not-just-wallpaper bigot, and a Sooner-fan bigot.