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Are Newt & Mitt 'too risky' to nominate?

Are Newt & Mitt 'too risky' to nominate?

12/04/11 07:00PM

Must-Read Op-Eds: Mika Brzezinski reads from a Maureen Dowd NYT column on why Newt Gingrich "plays air guitar with ideas, producing air ideas." Brzezinski also reads from a George Will WaPo column on why both Romney and Gingrich are "too risky" to... watch

Rattner on jobs report: We need 300K jobs...

Rattner on jobs report: We need 300K jobs per month

12/04/11 07:00PM

Top Talkers: The U.S. went into the weekend feeling somewhat good about the November jobs report, where 120,000 new jobs were created and the unemployment rate dipped to 8.6 percent. Financier Steven Rattner brings charts and digs a bit deeper into the... watch

Will Gingrich benefit from Cain suspending...

Will Gingrich benefit from Cain suspending campaign?

12/04/11 07:00PM

Top Talkers: As Herman Cain suspends his campaign, the remaining GOP '12 candidates rush in for his votes. Time's Mark Halperin thinks this could be a boon for Newt Gingrich. The Morning Joe panel – also including financier Steven Rattner – discusses... watch

Debating LSU, Alabama rematch

Debating LSU, Alabama rematch

12/04/11 07:00PM

ESPN's Chris Fowler joins Morning Joe to discuss a rematch in the Bowl Championship Series title game between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama, and who is the favorite for this year's Heismann Trophy. watch

Could Rick Perry have a second act?

Could Rick Perry have a second act?

12/04/11 07:00PM

Rick Perry appeared to be a formidable candidate when he first entered the GOP race. But what happened? How did he fall apart so dramatically in debates? But could Rick rise again in Iowa or South Carolina? Vanity Fair's Bryan Burrough joins the... watch

Must Read Op-Eds for Friday, December 2, 2011

12/02/11 09:47AM

MITT VS. NEWT  BY CHARLES KRAUTHAMMERWASHINGTON POSTMy own view is that Republicans would have been better served by the candidacies of Mitch Daniels, Paul Ryan or Chris Christie. Unfortunately, none is running. You play the hand you’re dealt. This is a weak Republican field with two significantly flawed front-runners contesting an immensely... read more

What makes the 'erratic' Newt Gingrich tick

What makes the 'erratic' Newt Gingrich tick

12/01/11 07:00PM

All week Morning Joe has been looking at what makes 2012 GOP candidate Newt Gingrich tick. And Former Press Secretary to House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Rich Galen, joins Morning Joe to explain some of Gingrich's recent comments. watch

How being a 'known quantity' could help Newt

How being a 'known quantity' could help Newt

12/01/11 07:00PM

Top Talkers: Newt says in a new interview he's confident he'll get the GOP nomination. And will the fact that he's a known quantity in D.C. actually help make that happen? The Morning Joe panel – including Time's Mark Halperin, the Huffington Post’s... watch

How Cold War architect became its biggest...

How Cold War architect became its biggest critic

12/01/11 07:00PM

Vanity Fair's Todd Purdum joins Morning Joe to discuss his article on the private papers of the late diplomat George F. Kennan. Kennan is regarded as an architect of the Cold War and then later became one of the Cold War's harshest critics. NBC News'... watch

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