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Hillary Clinton: Don't Support People Who Won't Compromise

"Don't support people -- I don't care whether they're Democrat, Republican or Libertarian who proudly say they don't believe in compromise. That is a recipe for gridlock, dysfunctionality," Hillary Clinton said Simmons Leadership Conference in Boston on Wednesday....

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Cenk Uygur: NBC Will Fire David Gregory Just Like They Got Rid Of Me

*A new report from The Washington Post on Monday featured David Gregory discussing the "Meet the Press" ratings slide, and hinted at the kind of pressure the embattled host is facing. The Post revealed that in 2013, the network hired a psychological consultant to interview Gregory's wife and friends...* The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur breaks it down.

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Rand Paul on Education: "I Don't Think You'd Notice If The Whole Department Was Gone Tomorrow"

SEN. RAND PAUL (R-KY): Extraordinary teachers should be filmed and broadcast in every class, colleges too. I mean there's so much information and ability to transmit it that we need to allow for innovation and not just be stuck in the old model. But the old model is [in place] because people don't want to allow anybody to get involved with the system. I'll give you an example. John Stossel did

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Krauthammer: Why Should Hillary Become President Other Than She Married A Man Who Became President?

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: I'm talking about her credentials, achievements. why should she be president of the United States other than she married a man who became president? BILL O'REILLY: Well, the first woman president, she's going to have that going for her. She'll position herself as the champion of women and children. The only thing she did while senator of New York was she did get a bill passed that mandates a

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Steve Clemons: Economy, Other Strategic Bets Matter Far More For Future Of U.S. Than Ukraine

STEVE CLEMONS: It's a very hard truth to say, but when you sit behind the desk in the Oval Office, Ukraine is one major problem amidst many other problems. Getting Iran off a nuclear track, deterring North Korean misbehavior, dealing with where China is going, trying to send signals across a lot of terrains is what the president of the United States has to do when he sits behind that

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Up Late with RealClearPolitics: April 23, 2014

RCP's late-night comedy review, Up Late.

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Carl Cannon With C-SPAN's Brian Lamb

RCP Washington bureau chief Carl Cannon interviews Brian Lamb, host of C-SPAN's Q&A and Booknotes, about his new book Sundays at Eight.

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Rand Paul Talks Government Surveillance With David Axelrod

Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY, came to the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics for an hour-long event with Institute director David Axelrod. Here they discuss government surveillance.

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"Special Report" Panel: Supreme Court Rules Against Affirmative Action

Charles Krauthammer, Juan Williams, and Steve Hayes discuss.

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Rand Paul, David Axelrod Debate Politics At University of Chicago

Sen. Rand Paul visited the UChicago Institute of Politics for a conversation with students and community members about various political topics of the day. The two debate Citizens United, government surveillance and eliminating the Department of Education.

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Krauthammer on Elizabeth Warren: "Does This Country Really Need Another Harvard Professor In The White House?"

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: You know, does this country really need another Harvard professor in the White House? It's a reflection of how left and how liberal the media are, that they are now obsessed. The New York Times had today on its web site, you know, the running mates for Hillary -- we're already talking about Hillary running mates -- four women who could be, should be, or would-be candidates to

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Krauthammer: "The Left Is Trying To Institutionalize Affirmative Action"

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: This decision is perfectly consistent with a contrary decision the court made 11 years ago in Michigan where there was a case to abolish affirmative action in admission to the University of Michigan Law School. The court said that we are not going to strike it down. We're not going to have nine robes decide that this cannot be implemented. But what it implied was it would allow

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AP Reporter Grills State Dept's Psaki To Name One Accomplishment From Clinton-Run Initiative

MATT LEE, AP: I have a brief question on the QDDR [Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review]. Off the top of your head, can you identify one tangible achievement that the last QDDR resulted in? JEN PSAKI, State Department spokesperson: Obviously its an extensive expansive process. LEE: Just one. PSAKI: The Secretary wants it to be focused on a more narrow range of issues, its always to look at how we can improve things,

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GOP Senate Candidate Terri Lynn Land Mocks "War On Women" Line

"As a woman, I might know a little bit more about women than Gary Peters," Michigan Republican Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land says in this ad.

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PA-GOV: Allyson Schwartz Touts Obamacare In Ad

Allyson Schwartz, a Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Pennsylvania, touts her support for the health care law. "I worked with President Obama on the Affordable Care Act and getting health coverage to all Americans," she says. "It was my legislation that said insurance companies can no longer deny coverage for kids with preexisting conditions. It's something I'm proud of because it also closed the gap in prescription drug coverage for seniors. Tom

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Jimmy Fallon Mocks Hillary Clinton For Dressing Like A Man

"If it's a girl, it will get some of Chelsea's old hand-me-downs, and if it's a boy, it will get some of Hillary's," Jimmy Fallon joked about Chelsea's pregnancy on "The Tonight Show."

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