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Morning Headlines: Tuesday, Dec. 27th

12/27/11 05:54AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Who will survive Iowa?Economic downturn took a detour at Capitol HillGingrich campaign directly hits RomneyRon Paul’s record in the House stands out for its futility and tenacityBrees breaks Marino's mark in dramatic fashionSwedish reporters sentenced to 11 yrs in EthiopiaAnalysis: U.S. rental demand lifts housing sectorArab League mission arrives in embattled Syrian city of Homs read more

One week before Iowa: Who will take it?

One week before Iowa: Who will take it?

12/26/11 07:00PM

Top Talkers: The Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses are swiftly approaching, and the Morning Joe panel – including Rev. Al Sharpton, fmr. Gov. Ed Rendell, D-Pa., MSNBC's Jimmy Williams, the Washington Post's Ezra Klein, and the Daily Caller’s Matt Lewis – discusses. watch

Is a lack of campaign money defining '12...

Is a lack of campaign money defining '12 race?

12/22/11 07:00PM

Must-Read Op-Eds: Conventional wisdom says there's too much money in politics, but Joe Scarborough wonders if what's really defining the 2012 campaign is a lack of money. Mika Brzezinski also reads from a Charles Krauthammer Washington Post column on... watch

Robinson: Public, GOP responding to Obama...

Robinson: Public, GOP responding to Obama's message

12/22/11 07:00PM

The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson says the GOP and the American public is responding to President Obama's message on jobs and the economy. Joe Scarborough also thinks GOP infighting and a weak '12 field has also helped the president. The panel also... watch

Ron Paul takes Iowa lead, faces scrutiny over newsletters

12/22/11 01:38PM

A new Iowa State University/Gazette/KCRG poll has Ron Paul in the lead in Iowa with 27.5 of likely voters supporting him. But a rise in the polls also means increased scrutiny, and the panel discusses why Paul may have to answer to questionable past newsletters written in his name. John Heilemann: “Back in 2008, David Plouffe said that every candidate gets their time in the barrel. Right around the time when it looked like Barack Obama was going to win in the spring of 2008 he said it was their time in the barrel now. Rev. Jeremiah Wright happened. read more