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How inequality moved to front of political...

How inequality moved to front of political discussion

10/12/11 08:00PM

Time's Rick Stengel joins Morning Joe to discuss why the country's silent majority are alienated by shouters on the left and right, why 70 percent of respondents were in favor of a grand bargain, and why there's more support for Occupy Wall Street than... watch

Scarborough: Cain is another flavor of the...

Scarborough: Cain is another flavor of the week

10/12/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: Herman Cain surges to the lead of the GOP '12 field, according to the newest NBC News/Wall Street journal poll. But is Cain's lead here to stay, or is he just another flavor of the week? The Morning Joe panel – including financier Steven... watch

Why entrepreneurship is America's 'secret...

Why entrepreneurship is America's 'secret sauce'

10/12/11 08:00PM

AOL co-founder and Case Foundation chair Steve Case joins Morning Joe to discuss why the country must honor the next wave of entrepreneurship if it is to succeed. Case also serves on the president's jobs council. The Financial Times' Gillian Tett also... watch

Are Huntsman, Romney the most electable?

Are Huntsman, Romney the most electable?

10/12/11 08:00PM

Must Read Op-Eds: Mika Brzezinski reads from a Kathleen Parker Washington Post column on why persecuting Romney and Huntsman for their Mormon faith is misguided and why both are the "most presidential" of the GOP candidates. Brzezinski also reads from... watch

Buffett reveals '10 income, and it is …

Buffett reveals '10 income, and it is …

10/12/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: As protestors continue their Occupy Wall Street fight, billionaire investor Warren Buffett plans to bring his fight for higher taxes for the country's wealthiest to Congress. And in the meantime, he's released his salary for 2010.... watch

Quote of the Day: Conservatives don't trust Mitt Romney

10/12/11 12:53PM

Ed Rollins, former campaign manager for Michele Bachmann: “I think Romney has never quite made the sale. There’s just something there. Although I think he’s had some good debates, and I think he may very well end up being the nominee, but at the end of the day it’s not over yet. Republicans are not sold on him, and we’re traditionally a party that takes the next guy in line.Joe Scarborough: “Conservatives don’t trust him, do they?”Rollins: “They don’t trust him, and to a certain extent he may be more in tune with his views today with the conservative party than he was…but they’re not there.” read more

Must Read Op-Eds for October 12, 2011

10/12/11 11:59AM

SOMETHING'S HAPPENING HERE BY THOMAS FRIEDMANNEW YORK TIMESYes, corporations now have access to more cheap software…labor and genius than ever. So holding a job takes more talent. But the flip side is that individuals anywhere can now access the flow to take online courses…or to collaborate with people anywhere. We have more big problems than ever and more problem-solvers than ever. So there you have it: Two master narratives — one threat-based, one opportunity-based, but both involving seismic changes. Gilding is actually an optimist at heart. read more

Morning Headlines: Wednesday, Oct. 12th

10/12/11 05:53AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?So, the debate happened last nightDid Cain really take the spotlight?And Christie did this yesterday, tooAlleged plot may signal ominous turn by Iran regimeMore background on the history of tensions between Iran, Saudi ArabiaLawmakers, White House regroup after Senate scuttles Obama jobs planThis is just a shameNPR is streaming the new Real Estate record. Check it out.Protesters march past millionaires' NYC homesIsrael, Hamas agree to free Gilad Shalit in prisoner swap read more

Ed Rollins: Conservatives don't trust Romney

Ed Rollins: Conservatives don't trust Romney

10/11/11 08:00PM

Michele Bachmann's former campaign manager, Ed Rollins, joins Morning Joe to discuss why he believes Mitt Romney has never quite "made the sale" and why conservatives don't trust him, and how the president will have to frame his re-election campaign. watch

Santorum: I've got the '0-0-0' plan

Santorum: I've got the '0-0-0' plan

10/11/11 08:00PM

GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum joins Morning Joe to reflect on Tuesday's New Hampshire debate, his ideas for improving the country's economy, and why Herman Cain's "9-9-9" plan isn't a good idea. watch

Scarborough: Cain's plan is European-style...

Scarborough: Cain's plan is European-style VAT

10/11/11 08:00PM

During Tuesday night's GOP debate, presidential candidate Herman Cain discussed his "9-9-9" plan, which calls for a nine percent tax on personal income, business income, and sales.  And Cain's plan received scrutiny from the other presidential... watch

Does Christie give Romney 'more...

Does Christie give Romney 'more authenticity'?

10/11/11 08:00PM

Before Tuesday's GOP debate in New Hampshire, Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., endorsed Mitt Romney for president. The Morning Joe panel discusses why Christie's endorsement gives more "authenticity and passion" to the Romney campaign. But is the base... watch

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