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To ID or not to ID: Breaking down new...

To ID or not to ID: Breaking down new voter laws

03/04/12 07:00PM

The National Urban League's Marc Morial says he believes the issue of Voter ID laws will continue to be an important issue in the 2012 campaign. Thirty-one states in the country have voter ID laws, and Morial characterizes these laws as an "assault on... watch

When it comes to Iran, is President Obama...

When it comes to Iran, is President Obama serious?

03/04/12 07:00PM

Must-Read Op-Eds: Mika Brzezinski reads from a Wall Street Journal editorial wondering whether or not President Obama is truly serious about "stopping a nuclear Iran." The panel then discusses Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey's... watch

Romney under fire for 2009 health care...

Romney under fire for 2009 health care opinion column

03/04/12 07:00PM

Top Talkers: In a 2009 USA Today opinion column, 2012 GOP candidate Mitt Romney suggested President Obama adopt an individual health care mandate for the country. The Republican Party has since re-discovered this column and is now using it to criticize... watch

Norquist: Obama wants to raise taxes

Norquist: Obama wants to raise taxes

03/04/12 07:00PM

Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform and co-author of ‘Debacle,’ talks about the massive tax increases and lack of reform under the Obama administration. The discussion continues to include the health care debate and Norquist’s “12... watch

Must-Read Op-Eds for Friday, March 2, 2012

03/02/12 02:36PM

A BAD AMENDMENT DEFEATEDEDITORIALNEW YORK TIMESRepublicans claimed the issue was about religious freedom. But it was really about denying consumers — and particularly women — the right to make their own medical decisions and keeping up the antigovernment and anti-President Obama drumbeat. Naturally, the party’s presidential candidates support it ... . But most Americans support free access to contraception. Few people want their bosses or their insurance companies to tell them how to live their lives. The good news is that the amendment was defeated. read more

Willie Geist's "First Impression" of The Masters golf tournament

Willie Geist's "First Impression" of The Masters golf tournament

03/02/12 12:58PM

In the most recent edition of Golf Digest, "Way Too Early" host and "Morning Joe" co-host, Willie Geist told about the highs and lows of his first experience at The Masters professional golf tournament.  Willie's experience differed from many avid fans and golf enthusiasts because of his 5:30 am ET start time, he had to leave the party early to catch his flight and return to NYC.  "If you're one of the fortunate few on this Earth with a pass to enter the gates of Augusta National on Masters Sunday, you don't leave early. You just don't. read more

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was on hand this morning at Fort Lee High School in Fort Lee, New Jersey for a town hall meeting on education.

Christie for bipartisanship on education: "We've got to work together"

03/02/12 12:18PM

By Quinn WonderlingNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie was on this morning for Morning Joe's education town hall at Fort Lee High School in Fort Lee, New Jersey.Christie was on hand to dish out some Jersey pride and share his thoughts on the state's schools. Fort Lee High is being hailed as “another great success story in American education,” as Mika put it.And here's why: read more

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