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Is Romney's Mormonism still an issue?

Is Romney's Mormonism still an issue?

09/28/11 08:00PM

In a new interview, Rick Perry walks back comments he made about the children of illegal immigrants deserving in-state tuition, and a new Fox poll finds Mitt Romney regaining the lead among the GOP candidates. But what are Romney's weaknesses? How can... watch

How Harlem school is ranked number one

How Harlem school is ranked number one

09/28/11 08:00PM

According to a new NYC Dept. of Education report, the Harlem Village Academy Charter School is ranked number one of all public schools in Harlem. Dr. Deborah Kenny joins Morning Joe to discuss what her school is getting right. watch

If Romney picks up Iowa, is it all over...

If Romney picks up Iowa, is it all over for Perry?

09/28/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: A new Fox News poll has former Gov. Mitt Romney, R-Mass., regaining his foothold as the front-runner in the GOP '12 presidential race with 23 percent. Texas Gov. Rick Perry scored 19 percent. The Morning Joe panel – including MSNBC's Pat... watch

Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney, R-Mass., and 2012 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney on the set of Morning Joe

Romney: "If you want to punish successful people, vote for Dems"

09/28/11 01:39PM

Today's quote comes from GOP '12 candidate and former Gov. Mitt Romney, R-Mass. Here's what he has to say:“I don’t want to reduce the taxes on the wealthiest one percent, but I don’t want to kill job creation either. And I know that if we say to those who are creating enterprises and building new businesses that we’re going to take more of their money, you’re going to kill job growth. If one’s priority is to punish highly-successful people, then vote for the Democrats. If one’s priority is to get people working again, vote for me.” read more

Must Read Op-Eds for September 28, 2011

09/28/11 09:30AM

CRAZY NEVER WINS GOP SWEEPSTAKES  BY JOE SCARBOROUGHPOLITICODespite the crop of nutty right-wing candidates that sprout up in GOP presidential fields every four years, despite the gasps and growls that regularly rise from Manhattan cocktail parties aimed at extremists who are hijacking the Republican Party (in ways that past GOP extremists would never have dreamed of hijacking the party), despite the cries from right-wing radio hosts predicting the rise of Ronald Reagan’s ghost and the nomination of an unelectable candidate, in the end this political chatter always proves to be sound and fury read more

Morning Headlines: Wednesday, Sept. 28th

09/28/11 05:50AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?So Christie spoke last nightA new Kaiser study shows health insurance costs rising sharplyEven those cleared of crimes can stay on FBI's watch listWe bid a fond farewell to Andy Rooney40 years after US prison escape, convicted killer, airline hijacker arrested in PortugalPerry camp defiant in face of criticismBachmann's camp says Iowa is a must-winMichael Jackson caused his own death, Dr. read more

Christie criticizes Obama, talks 2012 in...

Christie criticizes Obama, talks 2012 in speech

09/27/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including CNBC's Jim Cramer and author Nicolle Wallace – discusses Chris Christie's Tuesday speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library. During the speech Gov. Christie, R-N.J., criticized Obama's... watch

Study shows spike in US health care costs

Study shows spike in US health care costs

09/27/11 08:00PM

A new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that the cost of health insurance has climbed sharply this year, and the White House has responded to the study, saying it's a "look backwards." Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, joins Morning Joe to discuss. watch

Must Read Op-Eds for Tuesday, September 27, 2011

09/27/11 12:49PM

THE LOST DECADE? BY DAVID BROOKSNEW YORK TIMESThe prognosis for the next few years is bad with a chance of worse. And the economic conditions are not even the scary part. The scary part is the political class’s inability to think about the economy in a realistic way. This crisis has many currents, which merge and feed off each other... No single one of these currents prolongs the crisis. It is the product of the complex interplay between them... Yet the ideologues who dominate the political conversation are unable to think in holistic, emergent ways. read more

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