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Cain, Pelosi share thoughts on Wall Street...

Cain, Pelosi share thoughts on Wall Street protests

10/09/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: As the "Occupy Wall Street" protests enter their third week and continue to spread across the country, several politicians and 2012 GOP candidates have weighed in on the issue. Candidate Herman Cain thinks protesters should picked the... watch

Why GOP should stand up to Pastor Jeffress

Why GOP should stand up to Pastor Jeffress

10/09/11 08:00PM

"Garden & Gun" writer Julia Reed joins Morning Joe to discuss Pastor Robert Jeffress' recent comments that Mitt Romney's Mormon faith is a "cult," the resurgence of New Orleans' entrepreneurial spirit and the Census Bureau report on the fall of U.S.... watch

After recession, incomes continue to drop

After recession, incomes continue to drop

10/09/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: Household income fell more in the years after the recession than it did during the recession, the New York Times reports. The Morning Joe panel – including Random House's Jon Meacham and former DLC chair Harold Ford, Jr. – discusses the... watch

Why Wall Street must work for Main Street

Why Wall Street must work for Main Street

10/09/11 08:00PM

Must Read Op-Eds: Mika Brzeznski reads from Paul Krugman's NYT op-ed, which offers a critique of Wall Street's abuse of power in light of the "Occupy Wall Street" protests. Krugman characterizes these "Wall Street's Masters" as the “people who got rich... watch

Must Read Op-Eds for October 7, 2011

10/07/11 11:47AM

CONFRONTING THE MALEFACTORS BY PAUL KRUGMAN NEW YORK TIMES And there are real political opportunities here. Not, of course, for today’s Republicans, who instinctively side with those Theodore Roosevelt-dubbed “malefactors of great wealth.” Mitt Romney, for example — who, by the way, probably pays less of his income in taxes than many middle-class Americans — was quick to condemn the protests as “class warfare.”…But Democrats are being given what amounts to a second chance. read more

Feud between Elizabeth Warren, Scott Brown...

Feud between Elizabeth Warren, Scott Brown heats up

10/06/11 08:00PM

The fight between incumbent Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., and Harvard professor Elizabeth Warren, who's running for Senate in Mass., is heating up. During a recent debate, Warren discussed revealing pictures Brown had taken while in college. NBC's Kelly O... watch

Joe Namath on his time at Alabama

Joe Namath on his time at Alabama

10/06/11 08:00PM

Fmr. Jets quarterback Joe Namath joins Morning Joe to discuss playing football for the University of Alabama and how the current team stacks up against Alabama teams of the past. watch

Why the White House is still eyeing Rick...

Why the White House is still eyeing Rick Perry

10/06/11 08:00PM

"Meet the Press" moderator David Gregory tells the Morning Joe panel he thinks that despite the stumbles in previous debates, Texas Gov. Rick Perry is just a debate performance away from being back in the GOP '12 race. NBC's Chuck Todd also joins the... watch

What to expect from Alabama, Vanderbilt game

What to expect from Alabama, Vanderbilt game

10/06/11 08:00PM

ESPN's Brian Griese joins Morning Joe to discuss the upcoming homecoming game between college football teams Alabama and Vanderbilt. Griese says Vanderbilt doesn't have the talent of Alabama, but they will "give it a good fight." watch

Is anyone listening to Obama when it comes...

Is anyone listening to Obama when it comes to jobs?

10/06/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: President Obama continues to push his jobs bill during a White House news conference, House Speaker Boehner blasts Obama's "campaigning" and VP Joe Biden admits the GOP could take 2012. The Morning Joe panel – including Rev. Al Sharpton... watch

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