It's All Politics July 18, 2013
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It's All Politics June 13, 2013
Ken Rudin and Ron Elving discuss whether Edward Snowden, the self-identified source who released top-secret U.S. government data, is a traitor or hero. They also weigh in on Newark Mayor Cory Booker's chances of winning a New Jersey special election to fill the late Senator Frank Lautenberg's seat. Plus a remembrance of civil rights icon Medgar Evers who was assassinated 50 years ago this week.
It's All Politics June 6, 2013
It's All Politics May 30, 2013
Ron Elving and Ken Rudin look back at the political career and presidential run of Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann. She announced this week she's retiring from Congress in 2014. They also weigh in on President Obama and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's renewed "bromance." Plus Rhode Island's Independent Governor, Lincoln Chafee, who was once a Republican, announced this week he's switching parties again, this time becoming a Democrat.
It's All Politics May 23, 2013
Ken Rudin and Ron Elving review the week in politics. President Obama performs a balancing act, functioning as both "Uniter-in-Chief" in the wake of the deadly tornado in Oklahoma and "Commander-in-Chief" as he defends the use of drones. The guys also weigh in on Lois Lerner, the IRS official who pleads the 5th, but only after giving an opening statement. And former Rep. Anthony Weiner makes it official — he's running for mayor of New York.