Sunday, March 5, 2017

Ryan fights back smile on 'trivial fights'

Jake Tapper dissects this week in politics with our State of the Union panel Rep. Mike Rogers, Jennifer Granholm, Dana Loesch, and Bakari Sellers

Paul Ryan’s Misguided Sense of Freedom

How Sweden and Norway broke the power of the ‘1 percent’

Late Night Edition, a look at the week through the words of the late night comedy writers

Was there a classified FISA warrant to tap his phone as part of a Russia investigation? Is POTUS tweeting classified info?

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Silly Rachel Maddow Doesn’t Even Know She Is Supposed To Sex Men, Says Wingnut Jerk

Trump-Russia conspirator Alex Oronov dies suspiciously; he lived in Donald Trump’s building

This man is an advisor to the leader of the free world. This guy, right here

Sen. Franken: "The president of the United States did not tap Donald Trump's phone. I mean, that's just ridiculous."

Warning from FDR

Pelosi: Trump's Obama claim an 'authoritarian' tactic

Martha Raddatz to WH spokesperson on Trump's unsubstantiated wiretap claim: "You keep saying if, if, if" Watch

Trump has given the Pentagon free rein to bomb wherever they want, whenever they want

In day of pro-Trump rallies, California march turns violent

With Trump’s proposed tax plan, Warren Buffett will save $29 billion

Sikh Man Shot Outside His Seattle Home, Told To 'Go Back To Your Own Country'

God's take on Trump

String of controversies about the Trump administration’s ties to Russia

President Trump and Pope Francis are the world’s most famous populists. But they are in conflict.

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has shown a willingness to limit environmental groups in land cases.

"'Make America great again?' Well, to them, it means make America white again. And I'm not ready to let that happen, because America is for everybody."

Pence rips media for publishing his wife's email address

Full Clapper: 'No Evidence' of Collusion Between Trump and Russia. No Wire Tap

In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper says that there wasn't evidence of collusion between Russia and Trump earlier this year.

Full Rubio Interview: 'I Have No Insight' Into Trump Wiretap Tweets

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fl.) joins Meet the Press to talk about the president's weekend tweets alleging a politically motivated wiretap against his campaign.

WATCH: Sen. Schumer tells Chuck Todd that he feels the Senate Intelligence Committee has been politicized & calls for a special prosecutor

Senate Intel committee Republican on Russia probe: "We're going to follow the facts wherever they lead us"

WH spokesperson on Trump wiretap claim: "He’s made very clear what he believes, and he’s asking we get down to the bottom of this."

There is nothing more dangerous than a cornered and wounded animal

How a Russian Steel Oligarch and Putin Ally Is Profiting from the Keystone XL Pipeline

By Steve Horn and Itai Vardi
Believe it or not, there's a key connection to Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, in the fight over North America's controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
One of President Donald Trump’s first actions in office was to sign an executive order on January 24 expediting the approval of the Keystone XL. Owned by TransCanada, this tar sands oil pipeline was halted by former President Barack Obama in November 2015. Trump signed another order on January 24, calling for steel for U.S. pipelines to be made in the U.S. to the “maximum extent possible,” and two days later TransCanada filed a new presidential permit application for Keystone XL with the U.S. Department of State.
Critics, such as John Kemp of Reuters, pounced on the caveat language in Trump’s steel order and noted that it appears “designed to preserve lots of wiggle-room.” In fact, a DeSmog investigation reveals that much of the steel for Keystone XL has already been manufactured and is sitting in a field in rural North Dakota.
DeSmog has uncovered that 40 percent of the steel created so far was manufactured in Canada by a subsidiary of Evraz, a company 31-percent owned by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, who is a close ally of Putin and a Trump family friend. Evraz has also actively lobbied against provisions which would mandate that Keystone XL's steel be made in the U.S.

MSNBC Chris Hayes 3/2/17 - Carter Page: ‘I don’t deny’ meeting with Russian ambassador

Full interview: Carter Page on Russia contact

Carter Page, the man once linked to then-candidate Donald Trump's foreign policy team, admits to Russian contact in an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper.

This Stunningly Racist French Novel Is How Steve Bannon Explains The World

Lewandowski doubles down on wiretapping claims, suggests Obama admin listened to Sessions Russia meeting

Why is Paul Ryan so blasé about Russian meddling? Maybe because he knows it helped the GOP win close races

Trump supporters gather at rallies around the country

What are the 4 Trump syndromes to avoid -- and how can you best avoid them? Watch our video to find out. And please share.

Weekend Update: Eric and Donald Trump Jr. - SNL

Eric (Alex Moffatt) and Donald Trump Jr. (Mikey Day) address concerns that their father is still involved in the family business.

Jeff Sessions Gump Cold Open - SNL

Attorney General Jeff Sessions (Kate McKinnon) chats with strangers (Octavia Spencer, Leslie Jones, Kyle Mooney, Aidy Bryant, Beck Bennett) at a bus stop.

Weekend Update on Donald Trump's Wiretapping Accusation - SNL

Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week's biggest news, including President Donald Trump's accusation that President Obama wiretapped him and his address to Congress.

David Frum's tweetstorm today regarding Sessions is chilling and shouldn't be ignored

Could Russia be after something?

Former Director of Russia analysis with the CIA and special adviser to Former Vice President Dick Cheney, George Beebe, provides analysis on Russian government and what it is after. Duration: 7:01