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10/07/11 05:13PM

Occupy… America? The Occupy Wall Street movement is spreading across the country. It’s a grassroots movement with no apparent leader. Will the Democratic party try to step in and ride the wave of enthusiasm? Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Matt Mulgrew, President of the United Federation of Teachers, join us tonight.   Then: Just another game of “he said, she said…” or do these comments cut a little bit deeper? Who’s in the right in this Elizabeth Warren/Scott Brown showdown? Is it fair play or low blows? We’re asking MNSBC’s David Corn and Alex Wagner and U.S. read more

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10/07/11 09:31AM

The new jobless numbers are out - and while they're good enough to stave off the worst expectations, they're certainly not great. The economy added 103,000 jobs and the unemployment rate is still at 9.1% Paul Krugman compares the Occupy Wall Street movement to the Tea Party, and he says that unlike the Tea Party, the Occupy Wall Street protesters are angry at the right people. The Value Voters Summit begins in Washington DC. read more

Obama's offering business a tax break

10/06/11 08:00PM

President Obama wants to cut taxes. Business opposes him.Think this is odd?  Why would people oppose a cut in the taxes they have to pay for each worker they have on the payroll?  Why wouldn't an American business person want a tax break so he could hire more workers and save money doing it?  Wouldn't it make good business sense to back a president - regardless of his politics or political party - if what he was doing helped your business, helped your stockholders, and helped you?Well, politics, as the saying goes, makes strange bedfellows. read more

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10/06/11 06:14PM

President Obama is selling his jobs plan…does his sales pitch include daring Republicans to explain to their constituents why they won’t pass the plan? And can he muster grassroots support he needs to win in 2012? msnbc Political Analyst Howard Fineman and New York Magazine National Affairs Editor John Heilemann are here to discuss. Next up: Occupy Wall Street. Can President Obama harness the anti-Wall Street anger and channel it into political gain? Can he—and does he want to—become the movement’s leader? We’re asking Fmr. read more

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10/06/11 09:28AM

Democrats are trying to harness the anti-Wall Street fervor. Can they successfully use the sentiment of the Occupy Wall Street protesters to their political gain? Or are they playing with fire -- something that just might not sit well with middle America? The nexus of politics and protest tonight on Hardball. Then - Sarah Palin's not running for president. read more

Florida braces for RNC

Florida braces for RNC

10/05/11 08:00PM

Big Number: In preparation for the Republican National Convention in Florida, 238 security cameras have been installed on various street corners. watch

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