Callum Borchers (political correspondent, Boston Globe), Andy Kroll (staff reporter, Mother Jones), Michael Maslansky (CEO, Maslansky Luntz + Partners, and GOP strategist), Joe Williams (political reporter), Buzz Bissinger (radio talk show host and author, “Friday Night Lights”) and William Cohan (columnist, Bloomberg View).
“It’s quite clear from [Romney's] own statements, as early as 2002, that he really did not intend to retire or resign in ’99. They’ve only started using that phrase more recently.” —Callum Borchers watch video
“I felt the Board of Trustees had a great opportunity today — instead of saying, ‘We take accountability,’ they get up and say, ‘We are banning football for a year. We have to take the first step in reducing the [...] watch video
Bloomberg View columnist William Cohan and “Viewpoint” host Eliot Spitzer analyze the Libor manipulation scandal. The New York Fed claims documents scheduled to be released tomorrow will prove it acted swiftly four years ago to address problems with Libor, a [...] watch video
“Mitt Romney paid less than a 15 percent tax rate on his income last year. And now we’re hearing he hides his money oversees in foreign accounts while folks earning a fraction of his income have to pay double his [...] read post