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Political Lunch Special Episode: 09-16-09 09/16/09
Today, a very special episode of The Lunch...
Political Lunch Flashback: A North Korea Classic 09/04/09
The North Koreans have been playing nice, as of late, trying to gain respect from the international community and strengthen the regime of Kim Jong-il. It almost makes you yearn for the days of brash nuclear ambition and daily missile tests. Today's PL Flashback will give you a glimpse of the North Korea we used to know (and maybe still do).
Political Lunch Flashback: Dick's Back. Or Did he Never Really Leave? 08/31/09
For your PL Flashback fix, today we'll revisit the Vice President who never really left. Dick's back in the headlines this week, again. So did torture really work, does it matter now, and when do we get to move on?
Political Lunch Flashback: For Ted, a Health Care Reform Redux 08/26/09
To mark the death of the Lion of the Senate, we'll revisit the cause that was Senator Ted Kennedy's signature issue during his final years in office. For Lunch today, we'll flashback to our primer on the health care reform question: what might change, who it will help, and what it will cost.
Political Lunch Flashback: Of Wardrobe War and Candidate Dance-Offs 08/24/09
Back in the good ole' days of the 2008 campaign, everyone was happy because we didn't have to worry about complicated, confusing stories like health care reform and, well, health care reform. Instead, we got to cover ridiculous nonsense like Sarah Palin's wardrobe malfeasence and Obama's two-step with Ellen!
Political Lunch Flashback: How McCain Could Have Won 08/19/09
Back in the final days of the 2008 campaign, it looked like Barack Obama had it in the bag. But a big win for the Dems wasn't necessarily a sure thing. In this Political Lunch Summer Vacation Flashback episode, Will takes a look at the ways in which McCain could have pulled off an upset victory.
Political Lunch Flashback: The Early Days of 10-in-3 08/17/09
Today we're going back-in-time to revisit the early days of the Friday 10-in-3, back when Rob and Will actually managed to get it all done in less than three minutes. Usually. In this flashback episode, the PL team covers the presidential candidates' economic plans, the GOP brand resurgence, and the famous Bridge to Nowhere!
Political Lunch Flashback: 2008 Republican Convention 08/14/09
Today ends week two of the Political Lunch Flashback, with a trip back in time to last fall's Republican National Convention in Minnesota. Rob was there for all the action, including a look at what it's like to cover a convention, and of course the big debut of Sarah Palin!
Political Lunch Flashback: 2008 Democratic Convention 08/12/09
The Political Lunch Flashback roadtrip rolls on! Today we're back in Denver, Colorado for day one of the Democratic Convention. This was Barack's big moment, but not before plenty of political wrangling, old-school conventioneering, and... roller coaster rides??
Political Lunch Flashback: Super Tuesday 2008 08/10/09
It's week two of the Political Lunch Summer Vacation Flashback, and we'll kick things off with a look back at the biggest presidential primary day in modern history: 30-plus candidates, record votes cast, lines at the polls, and more than a few surprising results.
Political Lunch Flashback: 2008 New Hampshire Primary 08/07/09
It's Day Three of your Political Lunch Summer Vacation Flashback, and that means we're headed back up to New Hampshire for Primary Day. According to the oh-so unofficial Political Lunch exit poll, Rudy still had a shot, Richardson wasn't out yet, and the Ron Paul revolution was just beginning -- all on a day that ultimately belonged to Hillary Clinton and John McCain.
Political Lunch Flashback: Inside the 2008 Iowa Caucus 08/05/09
Welcome to Day Two of your Political Lunch Summer Vacation Flashback! Today we'll rewind to that freezing cold January day in Iowa, when Rob and Will went inside the 2008 Republican and Democratic Caucuses. Remember which candidates came out on top? You might be surprised...
Political Lunch Flashback: GOP Primary Debate 08/03/09
Rob and Will are on summer vacation, so it's time to step into the Political Lunch time machine for a look back at the highlights (and lowlights) of the 2008 campaign. Today we'll go all the way back to June, 2007, to revisit the PL Team's coverage of the first Republican Primary debate in New Hampshire.
Political Lunch 07-31-09: Summer Vacation! 07/31/09
It's the final Lunch before Summer Vacation, and it looks like Congress will head home next week without anything resembling a healthcare reform plan. Also: Palin's post-gov debut (or not), a new plan for Afghanistan, bad news for Lou Dobbs, and much more! Stay tuned next week for highlights from the Political Lunch vault!
Political Lunch 07-29-09: Jets for Iraq, a Seat for Sonia, and (more) Health Care Questions 07/29/09
Today on The Lunch, Rob and Will examine the idea of an Iraqi Air Force: should the US give jets to the Iraqis? ALSO: could more US Troops be heading home from Iraq sooner than expected? (And yes, we have to talk about healthcare reform. It's good for you.)
Political Lunch 07-27-09: Sarah's Swan Song, Bernanke's Battle, Pelosi's Promise 07/27/09
Today on The Lunch, Rob and Will take a look at Palin's parting shots, Bernanke's media blitz, and Sotomayor's big day. ALSO: How will health care reform affect YOU?
Political Lunch 07-24-09: Friday 10-in-3 07/24/09
Today's Lunch is much more fun than a long-winded explanation of healthcare... Your weekly wrapup includes hot topics like Clinton versus the Koreans, Sen. Graham versus his party, Pelosi versus the GOP, and yes, a couple quick notes on the healthcare reform debate. ALSO: Your top 25 Sarah Palin scandals.
Political Lunch 07-22-09: Everything you ever wanted to know about health care reform... 07/22/09
It's time to wonk out with a PL policy tutorial. In today's episode, Rob and Will cover the health care reform debate from top to bottom: what might change, what it might cost, and how we might pay for it.
Political Lunch 07-20-09: Health Care Questions and Afghan Prisons 07/20/09
Today on The Lunch, Will kicks off a week dedicated to health care reform. The President's pushing, the GOP is pushing back, and we'll bring you the basics on what exactly they're planning to reform. ALSO: Is the US military back in the foreign prison building business?
Political Lunch 07-17-09: Friday Franken Follies 07/17/09
There was plenty of serious business to cover on Capitol Hill this week, what with the SCOTUS hearings, the health care debate, and the continuing economic decline. Your reward for staying on top of all that comes at the end of today's show, with a look back at Al Franken's first crack at the US Senate from 1991.
Political Lunch 07-15-09: Of Health Reform Progress and SCOTUS Formalities 07/15/09
Today on The Lunch, some surprising news on the push for health care reform: approval today of a bill in one Senate committee. But there's still a long way to go, and nothing's for certain. Unlike, say, the SCOTUS nomination hearings, which seem like mostly a sure thing at this point. ALSO: Hillary's back!
Political Lunch 07-13-09: What did Dick do? 07/13/09
On a day that should have been all about Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation hearings, we're instead focused on new revelations about clandestine intelligence programs during the Bush era, including a secret program run by VP Cheney without Senate oversight. And yes, we cover the confirmation hearings as well.
Political Lunch 07-10-09: Sonia Preps, Palin Tweets, Congress Stalls and AIG Grovels 07/10/09
In your weekly wrap-up, Will and Rob preview the SCOTUS hearings next week, introduce the "New GM", recap the week's policy progress (or lack thereof), and cover the poll numbers that Mitt Romney probably won't believe.
Political Lunch 07-08-09: Palin Polls, Cyber Attacks, G8 Stalemate 07/08/09
Today's Lunch includes what could be the most surprising Sarah Palin headline ever. ALSO: Did North Korea hack US government computers, and what happened today at the G8?
Political Lunch 7-06-09: Palin, Biden, Nukes and McNamara 07/06/09
What on earth is Sarah Palin doing? Why doesn't Biden read from the script? And who is really running Moscow? That and more in this dynamite episode.
Political Lunch 07-01-09: We have a winner! Finally. 07/01/09
Today on the Lunch, the longest running story in the history of the show comes to an end. Minnesota now officially has two Senators. Were there any surprises? Don't hold your breath. ALSO: Sanford just keeps spilling...
Political Lunch 06-29-09: New Haven Firefighters, South Carolina Infighters 06/29/09
Today's Lunch starts the week with a look at the Supreme Court decision that propelled Sonia Sotomayor back into the headlines. With two weeks until confirmation hearings begin, will this latest decision derail her chances? ALSO: What's up with South Carolina Republicans?
Political Lunch 06-26-09: Refunds, Promises and Monkeys 06/26/09
The weekly 10-in-3 starts with Sanford, ends with Reagan, and has some Cheney, Specter, Biden and Michael Jackson in the middle. It's been a big week, so don't miss this one!
Political Lunch 06-24-09: SC Governor, Lost and Found 06/24/09
After disappearing for six days, South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford has resurfaced. Turns out he wasn't hiking the Appalachian Trali, so where was he, and did his press conference this afternoon miss the point? ALSO: What are the Republicans calling President Obama's health insurance overhaul plan?
Political Lunch 06-22-09: Iran, Health Insurance, and Other Tightropes 06/22/09
President Obama tries to walk the tightrope on his response to the Iran election controversy, while Democrats in Congress try to walk away from an expensive health insurance proposal. ALSO: The story behind the Ensign confession.
Political Lunch 06-17-09: NSA, Gay Marriage and Presidential Karate 06/17/09
Today on The Lunch, Rob Millis covers clandestine healthcare strategy, the worst thing a Nevada Senator has ever done, more heat for the NSA and some ninja moves from the President.
Political Lunch 06-15-09: Iran, Obama, and the A.M.A 06/15/09
Today, as Iran erupts in protest over the presidential election, President Obama is facing protests of his own from doctors opposed to his plan for a government run health insurance program. Can these crucial critics be convinced, or will they just add strength to the GOP argument?
Political Lunch 06-12-09: Tobacco, Ambassadorships, and Notes from Obama 06/12/09
In this week's Friday wrap-up, Rob and Will cover Palin's ongoing presence in the headlines, a congressional crackdown on tobacco, surprising comments from John McCain, ambassadorship handouts from the Oval Office, and a big check for Al Franken.
Political Lunch 06-10-09: Paygo, Palin and Palau 06/10/09
Today on The Lunch, Sarah Palin gets dissed (or not?) by the RNC, President Obama proposes PAYGO, and Palau extends a gracious (if curious) offer to Gitmo detainees. ALSO: What the heck happened to Terry McAuliffe?
Political Lunch 06-08-09: Obama, at home and abroad 06/08/09
President Obama returned this week from a successful trip overseas to find a full domestic agenda for the months ahead. Today Rob and Will take a look at the debate over health care reform and the administration’s push to prioritize stimulus spending.
Political Lunch 06-05-09: Cairo to Gitmo in 180 Seconds 06/05/09
Your weekly 10-in-3 features a major speech in Cairo, another election season begins, some Bush tax breaks backfire, plus our regular update on Franken-Coleman and much more.
Political Lunch 06-03-09: Osama vs. Obama 06/03/09
Today on the Lunch, Rob and Will look at the latest tape from everyone's favorite cave dweller, Osama bin Laden. Will his latest threats against America overshadow President Obama's tour of Arab nations? ALSO: Has the GOP made its point as far as the Supreme Court nominee is concerned?
Political Lunch 06-01-09: A Fresh Start for GM? 06/02/09
General Motors filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today, beginning the long, slow road back to profitability for the once-great company. Hopefully New GM doesn???t turn out like New Coke???
Political Lunch 05-29-09: Rudderless GOP Friday 05/31/09
In today's weekly wrap-up, Rob and Will look at the GOP's leadership vacuum, the Sotomayor strategy, the outlook on China's climate plans, the new focus on cybersecurity, and George W. Bush's fond remembrances.
Political Lunch 05-27-09: Nominee Wednesday 05/27/09
Today on the Lunch, Rob and Will introduce President Obama's Supreme Court nominee: Sonia Sotomayor. Does the GOP have a chance to stop her confirmation, or are the hearings just a formality?
Political Lunch 05-22-09: Obama v. Cheney (or Bush?) 05/22/09
Before the long weekend, Rob and Will look back at the week in politics. How, exactly, will Obama close Gitmo? Who, exactly, is Dick Cheney arguing with? And what, exactly, is Norm Coleman hoping to accomplish?
Political Lunch 05-20-09: Gitmo won't go, or will it? 05/20/09
Yesterday, democrats in Congress said they won't give the President $80-million to close Guantanamo. But does that mean they disagree with his plan, or do they just want to hear more? ALSO: The GOP chief says the page has turned, but has it? And what's going on with your credit cards?
Political Lunch 05-18-09: Notre Dame and Unhappy Dems 05/18/09
Rob and Will start another week at The Lunch with a look back at the more surprising elements of the President???s controversial speech at Notre Dame on Sunday. ALSO: Why are so many democrats so cranky these days?
Political Lunch 05-15-09: 400th Episode!! 05/15/09
Today on The Lunch, Rob and Will tackle the Friday ten, including another surprise from the White House, more GOP infighting, Pelosi's self-defense, controversy at Notre Dame, and much more!
Political Lunch 05-13-09: Health Care and Torture 05/13/09
Today on The Lunch, Health care and torture: two issues or just one? Both are being debated on Capitol Hill this week, and already the White House is backing away from its investigation of Bush-era interrogation policies. As for health care reform, can anyone spare $300 billion?
Political Lunch 05-11-09: Presidential Comedy, Health Care, and Gitmo 05/11/09
Today on The Lunch, Rob and Will ease you into the week with some highlights (or lowlights?) from the White House correspondents' dinner. ALSO: The health care reform debate heats up, and Cheney just keeps talking.
Political Lunch 05-08-09: Squabbling, Unemployment, and Spicy Mustard 05/08/09
Today's 10-in-3 includes an update on unemployment, some Democratic grumbling, a fly-by photo, and a big deal over a little mustard.
Political Lunch 05-06-09: Karzai, Zardari, and Obama 05/06/09
Today at the White House, President Obama meets with the leaders of Afghanistan and Pakistan to enlist greater support in the fight against Al Qaeda and the Taliban. Meanwhile, over on Capitol Hill, the Democrats try to keep it together.
Political Lunch 05-04-09: Auto Woes Monday 05/04/09
The Lunch starts the week with a look at the continuing woes for Detroit automakers. Is GM now following Chrysler into bankruptcy? ALSO: You'd better close that account in the Caymans...
Political Lunch 05-01-09: Supreme Court Friday 05/01/09
After a long week, Rob and Will examine the news of an impending Justice departure, the fallout from Specter's change of parties, Joe Biden's 101st day gaffe, and much more!
Political Lunch 04-29-09: 100 Days and Two Years! 04/29/09
Today was supposed to be all about the President's first hundred days in office AND the two year anniversary of Political Lunch, but then Arlen Specter had to go and ruin all the fun (mostly for the GOP).
Political Lunch 04-27-09: Swine Flu Monday 04/27/09
Everyone's talking about swine flu today, but what do the Feds have to say about the possible pandemic? ALSO: The budget process might finally wrap-up this week, but not if some unhappy Republicans have their way.
Political Lunch 04-24-09: Full Boat Friday 04/24/09
Today's Lunch covers all the bases: more on the torture memos, more violence in Iraq, more ideas on climate change, more rancor over health care, and more talk about... secession?
Political Lunch 04-22-09: Obama Vs. The Bush Team? 04/22/09
Today on The Lunch, Rob and Will explore President Obama's statement yesterday in which he seemed to open the door for prosecution of Bush administration officials involved with torture. Is that likely to happen? ALSO: Did Congresswoman Jane Harman collude with Israeli spies?
Political Lunch 04-20-09: Barry and Hugo -- The Handshake 04/20/09
You've got a full plate for Lunch today: Obama and Chavez with the handshake heard round the world, the Bush extras with plenty of say, the energy committee with some new ideas, and the first real Cabinet meeting (minus one).
Political Lunch 04-17-09: Torture, Money and Free Beer 04/18/09
Today on The Lunch, the CIA shares some secrets, the threat of home grown terror, banks under pressure and whining, and Chris Dodd has friends everywhere but home.
The biggest story though? Political Lunch is hosting another party! Click on 'Events' at http://PoliticalLunch.com to join us.
Political Lunch 04-15-09: Of Taxes and Tea Parties 04/15/09
It's tax day, and conservative groups across the country are marking the occasion with "Tea Parties" to protest what they see as the President's policies of higher taxes and spending. The Big Question? Can the GOP capitalize on that movement?
Political Lunch 04-13-09: Ask and ye shall receive... 04/13/09
Today, further evidence that Political Lunch is the most influential political news show on the Web! (Or something like that...) ALSO: A victory over pirates gives Obama his first national security boost, while transportation proves to be a domestic policy thorn in his side.
Political Lunch 04-10-09: Where's our White House puppy?!? 04/10/09
Today in the 10-in-3, Will takes a look at Glenn Beck's latest rant, the Obama's upcoming canine acquisition, some good (and bad) news for Iraq Vets, and much more!
Political Lunch 04-08-09: Barney Frank Highlight Reel 04/08/09
Today on The Lunch, Will has the highlights from Rep. Barney Frank's response to a critic yesterday during a speech at Harvard. ALSO: Obama leaves the press corps behind and Vermont says yes to gay marriage.
Political Lunch 04-06-09: "Taepodong-II: The Splashdown" 04/06/09
Today on The Lunch, Will and Rob listen in on the metaphorical 3am phone call; North Korea keeps everyone on their toes; and the military industrial complex may not be immune to downsizing.
Political Lunch 04-03-09: Blago, Palin, and The Queen 04/03/09
In the Friday round-up, Rob and Will cover the G-20, the Royal faux-pas, Obama's budget win, a tobacco crackdown, and a breakthrough in Franken v. Coleman.
Political Lunch 04-01-09: London, Russia, New York, Alaska 04/01/09
Today on The Lunch, Rob covers the national impact of a local election, the local impact of a global summit, as well as nukes, corruption and the fools of April.
Political Lunch 03-30-09: GM, Afghanistan and NY-20 03/31/09
Today on The Lunch a CEO gets fired, trouble brews in Afghanistan,
HuffPo tries out journalism, and a close race in New York State.
Political Lunch 03-27-09: Interwebs, Weeds and Notre Dame 03/27/09
This Friday 10-in-3 episode of Political Lunch is packed with good news, bad news, and a clip that reveals more about the online audience than Obama ever expected.
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Political Lunch 03-25-09: Obama Presser #2 03/25/09
Last night the President held his second prime-time press conference, and the "liberal media" didn't hold back. Today on The Lunch: the night's highlights, the Administration's agenda, and Hillary Clinton's trip to Mexico.
Political Lunch 03-23-09: Trillion Dollar Monday 03/23/09
Today on The Lunch, Will takes a closer look at the Obama administration's plan to partner with private investors to buy $1 trillion worth of "toxic assets". Or are they "legacy assets"?
Political Lunch 03-20-09: Friday 10-in-3 03/20/09
In the Lunch roundup today: the return of Romney, Obama's bad joke, Dodd's bad week, and Franken's bid for Coleman's bucks.
Political Lunch 03-18-09: Fox News, AIG and Sarah Palin 03/18/09
Today on The Lunch, Rob and Will look at some crafty misdirection from Fox News, some raised hackles for AIG, and some miscommunication for Sarah Palin.
Political Lunch 03-16-09: Cheney, AIG and Walnuts McCain 03/16/09
Today for Lunch, a Presidential pledge on bailout bank bonuses, more fightin' words from Dick Cheney, and a miffed McCain on the Reagan legacy.
Political Lunch 03-13-09: Stewart V. Cramer 03/13/09
Betcha didn't know the Jon Stewart/Jim Cramer battle began at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue? That and nine other CRITICAL stories on today's Lunch!
Political Lunch 03-11-09: Mixed Message Wednesday 03/11/09
Can you sign the bill but oppose the earmarks? Can we have confidence in the economy while Congress says the stimulus might not work? Today on The Lunch, Rob and Will take a look at some of the mixed messages we've been getting from Washington.
Political Lunch 03-09-09: The Big Red Button 03/09/09
Today on The Lunch, Hillary Clinton wonders what's so wrong with giving the Russians a big, red button? Aside from the translation? PLUS: A stem cell funding reversal, a flap over cybersecurity, and some Congressional trivia.
Political Lunch 03-06-09 03/06/09
Today's Lunch is your usual Friday special: 10 political news stories in three minutes or less. Today's menu includes Limbaugh laughs, employment unease, a Friday filibuster and much more!
Political Lunch 03-04-09: Obama and the Russians 03/04/09
Nuclear diplomacy in 2009: President Obama tries to work with the Russians to reduce the nuclear threat. That and more on today's Political Lunch!
Political Lunch 03-02-09: Big Picture Monday 03/02/09
Today on The Lunch, Rob and Will look at the Big Picture: What does Obama stand to gain, or lose, by trying to tackle so many big issues at once? ALSO: What's wrong with the White House computer system?
Political Lunch 02-27-09 02/28/09
On the final Friday in February, Obama releases his budget and the GOP calls it "class warfare". Does that charge hold water? ALSO: What's up with Politico these days?
Political Lunch 02-25-09: State of the Nation 02/25/09
Last night President Obama addressed both chambers of Congress, and some say he channeled Ronald Reagan. So who was Bobby Jindal channeling?
Political Lunch 02-23-09 02/23/09
President Obama says he can stimulate the economy and also cut the deficit in half by 2013. Can it be done? ALSO: The first Gitmo detainee is released to the UK.
Political Lunch 02-20-09 02/20/09
$8 Billion for high-speed trains! And nine more (less exciting) political news stories in today's episode of Political Lunch.
Political Lunch 02-18-09 02/18/09
Today on The Lunch, a grand total: $700 billion for the banks, $800 billion for economic recovery, $200 billion for Freddie and Fannie, $40 billion for Detroit...
Political Lunch 02-13-09: High Speed Politics with Wonktastic Remix 02/13/09
Friday 10-in-3 never felt so good. Political Lunch delivers stimulus to the DOE, world travel for Hillary, and a bullet train to Vegas.
Plus, you can be the first staffer in the office to have the Obama ringtone remix! but you have to watch at www.PoliticalLunch.com.
Political Lunch 02-11-09: It's Ringtone Day! 02/11/09
Ever wanted to hear President Obama offer you his phone number? Well today's your lucky day! Watch today's episode for a link to your Obama ringtone, exclusively from Political Lunch. Also, of course, we cover the day's political news.
Political Lunch 02-09-09 02/09/09
The Senate agrees on a stimulus bill, but can this be counted as a win for Obama and the democrats? ALSO: What about the remaining $350 billion for the banks, and how'd it go for Joe (Biden) in Munich?
Political Lunch 02-06-09: 10-in-3 02/06/09
The Lunch wraps-up the week with a look at ten of the leading political stories from around the country, including stimulus debate, stern words from Barack, climbing unemployment and masked intruders at the White House.
Political Lunch 02-04-09 02/04/09
On today's Lunch, some humble pie for your humble hosts regarding Tom Daschle, plus a look at limiting executive compensation for bailed-out banks, and a talking to from David Letterman.
Political Lunch 02-02-09: A Tale of Tom Daschle 02/02/09
On today's Lunch, Rob and Will look at the revolving door of DC power brokers. Tom Daschle is under the spotlight this week, but is it the system in general that deserves the real scrutiny?
Political Lunch 01-30-09 01/30/09
As President Obama's first full week in office comes to a close, the Lunch revisits some of his accomplishments in the Friday 10-in-3. ALSO: Blago's finished, Franken's on vacation, and a famous shoe gets a monument.
Political Lunch 01-28-09 01/28/09
On today's Wednesday Lunch, it's all serious business in DC: the economy, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Middle East. But elsewhere in politics, things are as ridiculous as ever. ALSO: What was the "Purple Tunnel of Doom"?
Political Lunch 01-26-09: Blago, Fuzzy Maps, Stimulus 01/26/09
Today on The Lunch, Blagojevich defends by not defending, Democrats love kids, Republicans hate waste, plus a little bit of VP clarity.
Political Lunch 01-23-09: Friday 10-in-3 01/23/09
Will and Rob return to the weekly 10-in-3 today on The Lunch. Stories include a double oath, the hordes of Foggy Bottom and some beer for Barry's fridge.
Political Lunch 01-21-09: President Obama, Day One 01/21/09
It's day one of the Obama Presidency, but before we get down to business we'll look back at a couple highlights from yesterday's big event. We'll also welcome two new senators and bring you an update on the undecided MN senate race.
Political Lunch 01-20-09: Inauguration Day! 01/20/09
It's finally Inauguration Day, and Political Lunch is back with a new format and great new features. Make sure to tune in at PoliticalLunch.com for the full experience!
We're Back: Political Lunch Returns to the Web on Inauguration Day! 01/16/09
The only daily, independent Web series covering the 2008 presidential election returns to the Web on Inauguration Day, January 20th! "Political Lunch: The National Edition," will bring you a new episode each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, covering the biggest and best political stories from across the nation.
Political Lunch 11-04-08: ELECTION DAY!! 11/04/08
After 349 episodes of Political Lunch, the big day is finally here! For episode #350, Rob and Will break down the night's big events. Just 76 days left until Inauguration Day 2009!
Political Lunch 11-03-08: ONE DAY TO GO!! 11/03/08
With just 24 hours remaining, John McCain can't buy a boost. The polls remained relatively steady over the last weekend of campaigning, and with the countdown underway, John McCain needs to win 5-of-6 Eastern Time Zone swing states for tomorrow to be even close. Does he have it in him, or will Obama be POTUS 44?
Political Lunch 10-31-08: Final Friday 10-in-3! 10/31/08
With just four days to go, Obama is cool and collected (but not too confident), while McCain is emptying the coffers for one last push. Are there enough hours left for an October surprise, or will the final weekend pass quietly on the campaign trail?
Political Lunch 10-30-08: O-Show Snack 10/30/08
For your Thursday Snack, Rob reviews the half hour Obama campaign ad and new McCain allegations that Barry's friends are terrorists.
Political Lunch 10-29-08: The O Show, Florida, and Long Lines 10/29/08
Tonight Barack Obama owns the airwaves for 30 minutes, but is it the right play? Can McCain defeat the democrats' machine in Florida? And how long will you wait on election day? Rob and Will cover those stories and more in today's Political Lunch.
Political Lunch 10-28-08: How McCain Could Win 10/28/08
Dear Confident Democrats: Today on your Political Lunch Tuesday Snack, Will looks at some of the scenarios in which John McCain could pull off an upset win.