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Operation Mend founder Ron Katz (l.) and Marine Corporal Aaron Mankin (r.)

Marine Corporal Aaron Mankin in the green room

11/10/11 11:05AM

Marine Corporal Aaron Mankin received the IAVA Veteran Leadership award Wednesday night in New York City, and he joined Morning Joe along with Operation Mend founder Ron Katz to discuss the award and the Operation Mend program, which serves Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans.Meeting Cpl. Mankin was a complete honor, and he was more than willing to ham it up for the camera and be a joker for the camera. read more

Must Read Op-Eds for Thursday, November 10, 2011

11/10/11 09:43AM

THE RIGHT'S SHELLACKING  BY E.J. DIONNEWASHINGTON POSTOne of the only referendum results the GOP could cheer was a strong vote in Ohio against the health-insurance mandate. While health-reform supporters argued that the ballot question was misleading, the result spoke to the truly terrible job Democrats have done in defending what they enacted. They can’t let the health-care law remain a policy stepchild. read more

Morning Headlines: Thursday, Nov. 10th

11/10/11 05:51AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?So..the debate happened last night. Perry made a pretty serious blunder.Accuser says Herman Cain has 'complete amnesia'Joe Paterno has been forced out of Penn StateSome rioting happened in State College as a resultEx-Israeli president to serve 7 years for rapeTurkey earthquake kills at least 7, traps dozens in rubbleReport: Wilson Ramos kidnapped in native VenezuelaSnow, hurricane-force winds batter Alaska coastPoll finds more boomers working past retirementTaylor Swift is CMA's entertainer of the year read more

Scarborough: Ohio voters corrected Kasich last night

11/09/11 12:43PM

Joe Scarborough: “We saw in Wisconsin, Scott John Kasich didn’t make that correction, and so the people corrected him last night…Chris Christie is not the most popular Republican governor in the nation for nothing. He fought hard his first year, but then he figured out, ‘Hey, you know what? I have to work with Democrats and the Assembly.’ And so, Chris Christie is sitting at 57, 58, 59 percent, and John Kasich is in the 30s and just got dealt a serious blow. You can not shove legislation like this down people’s throats without paying the price ultimately.” read more

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