Full repeal of health care law fails in the Senate

Can I laugh now or later? Politico Republican efforts to repeal the health care reform law died a quick death in the Senate Wednesday, with a united Democratic caucus voting down a GOP repeal bill that cleared the House last month. A procedural vote ended the repeal effort, 47-51, as expected. Democrats framed the Republican… More Full repeal of health care law fails in the Senate

Violent Clashes In Cairo

  The Daily Beast Massive and chaotic street violence—with rocks being thrown—broke out Wednesday between hundreds of supporters and thousands of opponents of Egyptian President Mubarak. Plus, our complete coverage. Protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square did not heed the Egyptian military’s call to end to demonstrations on Wednesday when massive clashes broke out between hundreds of… More Violent Clashes In Cairo

Beck hits ratings low, Maddow tops Morgan

Politico The January ratings are in and Glenn Beck had his worst performance since his Fox show started in January of 2009, drawing just 397,000 viewers in the 25-54 demographic and 1.762 total viewers. He still wins the 5 p.m. time slot, though, with MSNBC’s “Hardball” coming in second. Despite the fanfare surrounding the rollout… More Beck hits ratings low, Maddow tops Morgan

Maddow Slams Beck For Crying Wolf About Egypt Being The End Of The World

Glenn Beck is completely “certifiable”… Mediaite Rachel Maddow took the opportunity tonight to really go after Glenn Beck, and did so without really criticizing him directly as much as merely using Beck’s own words against him. Given Beck’s serious concern about the implications of the Egyptian uprising, Maddow proves this isn’t the first time Beck… More Maddow Slams Beck For Crying Wolf About Egypt Being The End Of The World

Roger Vinson, Florida Judge Who Ruled On Health Reform, Has His Own Medical Care Story

Huffington Post The judge who ruled the Obama administration’s health care overhaul unconstitutional questioned whether the government was reaching beyond its power by requiring citizens to buy health insurance because everyone needs medical care. Under that logic, U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson said, the government could force Americans to buy clothes or food. Vinson, who… More Roger Vinson, Florida Judge Who Ruled On Health Reform, Has His Own Medical Care Story