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Time asks: Do you have to be rich to be...

Time asks: Do you have to be rich to be president?

02/08/12 07:00PM

Time's Rick Stengel joins Morning Joe to reveal the magazine's latest issue, which explores the science of animal relationships. Stengel says science now shows animals have long-term relationships with each other. Stengel also discusses and article on... watch

Coburn: Contraception rule blown out of...

Coburn: Contraception rule blown out of proportion

02/08/12 07:00PM

Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., joins Morning Joe to discuss why he believes the HHS mandate on contraception as part of employee health care plans for religious institutions is a consequence of big government. Coburn also believes the mandate has been blown... watch

Ryan: An affirming campaign is what GOP needs

Ryan: An affirming campaign is what GOP needs

02/08/12 07:00PM

The House recently approved a line-item veto for the president, and Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., co-authored this bill with Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md. Rep. Ryan joins Morning Joe to discuss the veto, CPAC, Mitt Romney, and a new Gallup poll that has... watch

Record Low: Just 10% of Americans approve of Congress

02/08/12 03:36PM

According to a new Gallup survey released Wednesday afternoon, a record-low 10% of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing, down from 13% in January and the previous low of 11%, recorded in December 2011.It is based on a Gallup survey conducted Feb. 2-5.According to Gallup, congressional approval averaged 17% for all of 2011. The highest... read more

NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Morning Joe's Louis Burgdorf in the msnbc hallway.

NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar hangs out

02/08/12 12:54PM

NBA Hall of Famer, author, cultural ambassador, and all-around nice guy, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar joined us for a greenroom interview after his appearance on Morning Joe today. He talked about his new children's book, how he would have otherwise been a history teacher, and tells us who he thinks has the magic among today's young NBC stars... read more

Did contraception ruling, Planned Parenthood controversy help Santorum?

02/08/12 11:33AM

Joe Scarborough: I’ll tell you what. Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good. Rick Santorum may be good, but this week, the Catholic Republican candidate has drawn an inside straight. And it’s not only bad news for President Obama; it’s bad news for Mitt Romney. You look at these three things that have happened. It started with the Planned... read more

Must-Read Op-Eds for Wednesday, February 8, 2012

02/08/12 06:49AM

OBAMACARE'S GREAT AWAKENINGEDITORIALWALL STREET JOURNALThe political furor over President Obama's birth-control mandate continues to grow, even among those for whom contraception poses no moral qualms, and one needn't be a theologian to understand why. The country is being exposed to the raw political control that is the core of... read more

An excerpt from David Jones' book "Who Cares Wins"

An excerpt from David Jones' book "Who Cares Wins"

02/08/12 06:23AM

Creating good: the rise of the social entrepreneur I find out what the world needs, then I proceed to invent it.  --Thomas Edison The leaders of large global corporations, like those mentioned in the previous chapter, are only one part of the story behind the overall move to social responsibility and sustainability. Alongside powerful business... read more

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