Europe Kicks the Can

This week, at a Brussels economic summit described as "make or break," European leaders came together but drew the line at uniting. Germany and France have joined forces to form something that looks a whole lot like their version of The Fed. But Great Britain still won’t take part. Is that the same as being isolated? Back on this side of the Atlantic, the GOP establishment is piling on leading GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, with conservative columnists weighing in and President Obama's speech inspires comparisons with any number of past Presidents, but what will be his legacy? (Today's guest panelist is Michelle Cottle.)

Banner image: Britain Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte gesture before the start of a working session during an European Union summit at the EU headquarters on December 9, 2011 in Brussels. Photo by Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images

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