In Trenders, mayflies are taking over towns along the Mississippi River, while Lego celebrates Prince George's first birthday. Ed Schultz and Mike Papantonio discuss the backlash to Rick Scott's private prison meeting.
Gov. Scott Walker takes a page out of Karl Rove's playbook, attacking his opponent in a new campaign ad. Ed Schultz and Ruth Conniff discuss hypocrisy by the Republican governor.
North Dakota is in the midst of a massive oil boom, driving political groups to invest big money into local, state-wide races. Ed Schultz, Fmr. Sen Byron Dorgan and Reuters reporter Ernest Scheyder discuss.
In Trenders, melding roadways keep tourists away from Yellowstone, while friends and rivals pay their respects to Derek Jeter. Ed Schultz and Rep. Raul Grijalva discuss the growing tension at the border.
After years out of the spotlight, Dick Cheney, his wife and daughter take the stage front and center, addressing controversial issues to try and salvage their reputation. Ed Schultz, John Fugelsang and Holland Cooke discuss.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker ran his entire campaign on the promise of bringing jobs back to his state, yet it turns out he's been outsourcing jobs all along. Ed Schultz and St. Rep. Peter Barca discuss.
Earning the title of Ed Schultz's Pretender, Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert shares his unusual take on the border crisis in his state, comparing the controversy to D-Day invasion.
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Ed Schultz has been suspended from MSNBC for more than a week with no pay for calling Laura Ingraham a derogatory term during his radio talkshow.
When Ed Schultz saw a poll showing roughly half of all Mississippi and Alabama Republicans think Barack Obama is a Muslim, he was quick to point the finger at the McCain campaign and particularly Sarah Palin as the origin of this craziness. He said he saw it on the HBO movie 'Game Change.' But it was another woman, Hillary Clinton, who started the Obama Muslim rumor.
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MSNBC's Ed Schultz reversed his support for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline on Wednesday and said the United States shouldn't allow it to be built.
Ed Schultz is moving back to weekdays, and taking one of Chris Matthews' time slots, MSNBC said Monday.
Ed Schultz cranked up the heat on his current feud with Fox News host Sean Hannity on Monday, a week after Hannity rejected Schultz's offer to an on-air debate about Obamacare. In his response, Hannity called Schultz a 'total buffoon' and wrote, 'I really have better things to do with my time.'
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