On WMAL radio Mary Katharine Ham grills Chris Matthews over his attacks on supposed tea party violence and subsequent silence on the actual violence in the occupy movement. Matthews gets so frustrated that he finally claims “you guys have a point of view, I’m trying to look at things objectively.” Check it out here.
From Reuters: GM and AIG shares slide creating an anticipated $23 billion widening in the government’s deficit. GM, despite a major comeback that has returned its crown as the world’s top-selling automaker, GM has seen its share price slide from $37 a year ago to $24.0 on January 31st. AIG shares have declined from about $43 in early February of last year to end at $25.11 on Tuesday. The breakeven price for AIG is about $28.73 per share. Read more . . .
Important Election Dates to Remember:
April 24 — Primary Election Day (If you don’t know where you vote, click here.)